Places to Visit

There are many interesting places to visit in and around Pembrokeshire. We have listed some of our favourites below in alphabetical order.

Erinfa is a large, luxurious, private house between Fishguard Ferry Port and St Davids, the smallest city in Britain with its fine cathedral dedicated to the Patron Saint of Wales.

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3 flooded limestone valleys best known for their covering carpet of lilies, which are at their best in June. A footpath winds its way around the banks to the spectacular beach at Broad Haven South. The ponds also offer good course fishing and are well stocked.

Bosherston Lakes
Bosherston, Nr Pembroke
SA71 5DQ
Tel: 01646 661359
Fax: 01646 661639


Bro Meigan offers 6.5 acres of beautiful gardens with uninterupted views of the Preseli Hills. This peaceful haven will appeal to those who apprciate nature and tranquility.
The traditional Tea Room is set in a converted 300 year old barn and serves home made cakes and cream teas at pretty tables set with bone china. In fine weather tea can be taken outside on the patio overlooking the gardens and Hills.
Situated on the B4332 between Eglwyswrw and Boncath to the west of A478.

Child (5-16yrs): £2.20
Adult: £3.90
OAP: £3.60

Admission Info: Child 5-15yrs

Bro Meigan Gardens & Tea Room
Boncath, Pembrokeshire
SA37 0JE
Tel: 01239 841232


Ten pin bowling and the very popular Crystal Maze game.

Canaston Bowl
Nr Canaston Bridge, Narberth (next to Oakwood)
SA67 8DD
Tel: 01834 891441


Caldey Abbey is the home of Cistercian Monks who farm this tiny island off the coast of Tenby and make the famous Caldey Island perfume and chocolate. Regular boat trips leave from Tenby Harbour. There is also a medieval priory, lighthouse, post office/museum, gift shop and tea garden - as well as a glorious sandy beach, pleasant walks and spectacular views. Crossings subject to weather conditions.

Disabled access with assistance.
Child (5-16yrs): £5.00
Adult: £10.00
OAP: £9.00

Admission Info: Groups by arrangement.

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead.
Caldey Island
Off Tenby
SA70 7UH

Tel: 01834 844453


A fine example of a cromlech, an exposed Neolithic burial chamber. Legend has it that St Samson placed the capstone in position using only his little finger.

Carreg Samson
West of Abercastle
SA62 5AN


An enormous stone castle in a picturesque location next to the mill pond, which powers the tide mill. The castle is ruined now, but was once a powerful stronghold and a grand Elizabethan mansion.



The first fortification on the site was an Iron Age fort with 5 ditches.
An earth and timber castle that was built here by the Norman Gerald of Windsor around 1100. He was given the site of Carew Castle in a dowry when he married Nest, the most beautiful woman on Wales.
Owain ap Cadwgan, son of a Welsh Prince, was so overwhelmed by Nest's beauty that one night in 1109 he is said to have scaled the walls of Carew Castle and captured her.
6 years later, Gerald Killed Owain in battle and retrieved his wife, along with two new children.
When Gerald died the following year. Nest then married Stephen, Castellan of Cardigan and had yet more children by him.
A stone structure probably stood in its place in 1212, when for some reason, King John seized it for a short time when passing through Pembrokeshire on his Irish expedition.
The castle remained in the hands of the Carew family who built the strong medieval castle that stands today.
In about 1480, Sir Edmund Carew disposed of it to Rhys ap Thomas who set about converting it into a home worthy of an influential Tudor gentleman.
The castle was granted to Sir John Perrot, by Queen Mary, in 1558 after the downfall of Rhys ap Thomas's grandson, who was executed for treason.
Sir John converted the castle into an Edwardian mansion but was himself convicted of treason in 1592 and died (of natural causes) in the Tower.
The castle was abandoned about 1686.
It is now owned and run by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.


Entrance is via a gatehouse into a small inner ward, facing the east wall of the castle.
This east aspect has two 13th century towers and the rounded end of the Elizabethan wing lies beyond on the north corner.
The magnificent north wing was the last major addition to the castle, overlooking the mill pond.
The skeleton of the large glazed windows, installed at this time, are in stark contrast to narrow arrow slits & tiny windows on more defence orientated castles such as Pembroke.
Inside the keep, there are plenty of rooms, stairs and passages to explore.
A working tide mill is adjacent to the castle and is included in the admission charge. A mill of some kind existed here as early as 1542, although the present building probably dates from the early 19th century.
Next to the car park is an intricately carved Celtic Cross.
It is well known as a haunted castle, including a ghostly ape.


Gift shop, Toilets. Daily guided tours. Ample parking. Pub & cafe nearby. Regular re-enactment events. Regular entertainment & concerts.



Child (5-16yrs): £5.50
Adult: £3.50
OAP: £5.50
Family: £9.50
Family Definition: 2 adults and 3 children

Admission Info: Child - 5 to 16yrs

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead


Carew Castle & Tidal Mill
Carew, Nr Tenby
SA70 8SL
Tel: 01646 651782
Fax: 01646 651782



A reconstructed Iron Age hillfort. Findings from excavations carried out on the site have enabled the National Park Authority to realistically reproduce life as it was 2000 years ago. Traditional craft making and ancient breeds of animals can also be found on site. The site is now open over the winter months at a reduced level of entry.



Child (5-16yrs): £2.50
Adult: £3.50
OAP: £2.50
Family: £9.50
Family Definition: 2 adults + up to 3 children

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead


Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort
Off A487 Cardigan-Fishguard Rd, Nr Newport
Tel: 01239 891319
Fax: 01239 891319




8 acres of woodland gardens set in a tranquil and secluded valley with one of the best collections of Rhododendrons and Azaleas in Wales. Later highlights are the summer Hydrangeas and autumn foliage. Gift shop, tearoom, gallery, childrens quiz, programme of events. Follow brown signs from the A477 Tenby to Carmarthen Road or off the coast road at Amroth Castle.


Child (5-16yrs): £2.10
Adult: £4.20
OAP: £0.00
Family: £10.50
Family Definition: 2 adults 2 children

Admission Info: The following Gift Aid Admission prices includes a voluntary 10% donation; Adult £4.20, Child (5-16yrs) £2.10, Family (2+2) £10.50

Groups (15 or more) Adult £3.60, Child £1.80. National Trust members & Under 5s Free

Visitors can, however, choose to pay the standard admission prices, which are displayed at the property and at

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead. No dogs in the walled garden.


Colby Woodland Garden
Nr Amroth
SA67 8PP
Tel: 01834 811885
Fax: 01834 811885



Coracles from all over Britain and abroad are displayed. There is also a coracle workshop and Shop. Admission to the coracle centre also includes the restored flour mill which occupies a dramatic location above Cenarth Falls. Open April to October.

Child (5-16yrs): £1.00
Adult: £3.00
OAP: £2.50

Admission Info: Winter by appointment only

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead.

The National Coracle Centre
Cenarth, Nr Cardigan
SA38 9JL
Tel: 01239 710980 or 01239 710507



A paint your own pottery studio and café where you can decorate a piece of ready made pottery. We'll glaze and fire it for you to collect. Don't worry if you are not artistic, our friendly staff are always on hand with help and advice. Great way to finish off a hard day on the beach. Great coffee. Licensed. Booking advisable on wet days.


Admission Info: Studio fee £4.50; pottery prices from £2.00

The Creative Cafe
Spring Gardens, Narberth
SA67 7BT
Tel: 01834 861651




Dinosaur theme park with 29 dinosaurs on a mile long trail with many indoor and outdoor attractions including activity centre and events programme such as fossil hunt, puppet show, pat-a-pet etc. Adventure playground with golf, trampolines, astra slide, off roaders, tractors etc and Dino's Play Den for younger children. There's a dinosaur-themed restaurant, a sun terrace café and snack bar too.


Child (5-16yrs): £4.95
Adult: £5.95
OAP: £4.95
Family Definition:

Admission Info: Child prices 3-15yrs; Group rates on application


The Dinosaur Park
Great Wedlock, Gumfreston, Nr Tenby
SA70 8RB
Tel: 01834 845272



Folly Farm - the BIG 4-in-1 family day out! With farming fun, a spectacular zoo, indoor and outdoor adventure play and Europe's biggest indoor vintage funfair. Bottle feed a goat, pet a rabbit, milk a cow, join in exciting holiday activities ... and see an amazing range of rare and exotic animals. At Folly Farm, there's something for everyone - whatever the weather!


Current Admission Prices (includes PARK and ZOO) until 19th March 2010
Adult: £7.50

Child (3-15yrs): £6.50

2 years and under FREE
Senior Citizens: £6.50
Family Definition:

Disabled (Registered carer free on proof of registration £6.50


Group Prices

For 15 or more paying people when pre-booked by calling 01834 812731


Adults £5.00

Children (3-15 years) FREE

Senior citizens £4.00


School groups to consist of 15 or more paying people

1 teacher free per 10 paying children


Disabled groups to consist of 10 paying people or more

1 adult free per 10 paying children

Funfair, Go-Karts and diggers are subject to a reasonable extra charge; last admission is one hour before closing time; under 14's are not permitted without an adult; and except for guide dogs we cannot allow dogs into the park or on the nature trail. Annual ticket on request.


Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
Begelly, Kilgetty, Nr Tenby
SA68 0XA

Tel: 01834 812731
Fax: 01834 813148



Heatherton is a leisure activity park featuring many activities and sports which you can try again and again to better your score. Suitable for all ages, families, children's parties and corporate groups. A great day out for all, paintball, go-karts, golf, archery, plus many more. Heatherton is free entry, you only pay when you play.

Admission Info: Free - you only pay when you play.

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead


St Florence, Tenby
SA69 9EE
Tel: 01646 651025
Fax: 01646 651055




9 Acres of woodland and lakes in a sheltered hollow above Nolton Haven, overlooked by the Balcony Tea Room. Entrance to the garden is by cobbled courtyard of converted stone buildings which accommodate craft workshops, a garden centre, restaurant and shop.

Admission Info: To gardens Adult £1.50, Child 50p; Shops free; Groups welcome by appointment

Hilton Court Gardens
Nolton Haven, Nr Haverfordwest
SA62 6AE
Tel: 01437 710262
Email: enquiries@hiltongardensandcrafts



The reservoir is the focal point of the Country Park which has pay & display car parks on either side of the dam wall. Picnic sites, visitor centre, licensed restaurant, toilets, exhibition area and shops. A circular walk and off road cycle route around the reservoir cover 7.5 miles or 11km or 3 hours walking. Fishing is available.

Admission Info: Free

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead

Llys y Fran Reservoir & Country Park
Llys y Fran, Clarbeston Road, Haverfordwest
SA63 4RR
Tel: 01437 532694
Fax: 01437 532732



New and exciting things are happening at Manor House; the park is undergoing a total transformation. Explore the five continents of Australasia; Africa; Asia; South and North America. Experience the Wallaby walk through and watch the development of Gibbon Island and the Lemur walk through. The restaurant will provide wholesome food; using locally produced ingredients and the gift shop will stock Fair Trade items from both wales and the wider world.


Admission Info: Please see web site for details


Manor House Wildlife Park
St Florence, Nr Tenby
SA70 8RB
Tel: 01646 651201
Fax: 01646 651201



In the 18th century local farmers brought their fleeces here to be washed, spun and woven into fine wool blankets. Today our clothing, accessories and bags; blankets, throws and cushions can be found in hip hotels and design-led stores worldwide. There is a shop, tearoom and picnic area and spectacular beaches, cliffs and coastal footpaths, all within five minutes walk.


Admission Info: Free

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead


Melin Tregwynt
Tregwynt Mill, Castlemorris, Haverfordwest
SA62 5UX
Tel: 01348 891225
Fax: 01348 891694




A top 10 UK theme park with over 30 rides and attractions. Brave Speed, our steel rollercoaster with loops, twists, and a beyond vertical drop, let young adventurers explore the Lost Kingdom or experience Megaphobia, the wooden rollercoaster with character. With white knuckle thrills, family fun rides and smaller rides for the young ones, everyone can fill up on fun!
Child (5-16yrs): £13.50
Adult: £14.75
OAP: £10.00
Family Definition:

Admission Info: Child prices 3-9yrs; Group (20 plus) £12.75 pp; Family: family of 4 £53, family of 6 £77 (at least one adult and one child per group)


Oakwood Theme Park
Nr Canaston Bridge, Narberth
SA67 8DE
Tel: 01834 861889
Fax: 01834 891380



An enormous oval castle, mostly surrounded by a serene mill pond. Extensively restored in Victorian times, it's dominated by the complex gatehouse on the outside and the huge circular keep once you're inside. The walled town of Pembroke grew up around the castle also contains many ancient and interesting Norman buildings.




Established by Roger Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury in 1093 as a timber structure.
The first stone structure was erected by William Marshal after he became Earl of Pembroke in 1189.
His third son, Gilbert, was responsible for enlarging and strengthening the castle between 1234 and 1241.
The castle then passed into the hands of William de Valence, a half-brother of Henry III through his marriage to Joan, granddaughter of William Marshal.
Valence family held the castle for 70 years, strengthening it by building the walls and towers around the outer ward. They also fortified the town, creating a ring of walls with three main gates and a postern.
On the death of Aymer, William de Valence's son, the castle passed through marriage into the hands of the Hastings family.
In 1389, The Castle reverted to Richard II. It was granted out in a series of short tenancies and began to fall into disrepair.
In 1400, The Castle was attacked by Owain Glyndwr, but escaped a siege because the Constable at the time, Francis ? Court, bought off Glydwr with the Welsh equivalent of danegeld.
Eventually Pembroke Castle passed into the hands of a new Earl, Henry VI's half-brother Jasper Tewdwr. He was the first to make it more of a home than a fortress.
In 1457 Henry Tewdwr was born in The Castle. He later defeated Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field to became the first monarch of the Tudor dynasty, Henry VII.
In 1648, Cromwell laid siege to The Castle during The English Civil War.

Pembroke Castle remained an ivy-covered ruin until 1880 when a Mr J R Cobb of Brecon spent three years restoring what he could.
Nothing further was done until Major-General Sir Ivor Phillips of Cosheston Hall acquired the ruins in 1928 and started an extensive restoration of the castle, restoring the walls and towers as nearly as possible to their original appearance.




Impressive 5 storey central keep with intact domed roof.
A complex gatehouse that dominates Pembroke's Main Street.
Historical displays in the gatehouse rooms.
Wogan's Cavern, a large subterranean cave under the castle, accessed by a tight spiral staircase.
A maze of tunnels, stairs, towers and battlements.
Circular path around inside and outside of the mill pond.


Shop, a brass rubbing centre and Café. Park next to the Tourist Information Centre on The Common. There is a train station in Pembroke at the far end of Main Street.

Open: Open all year. Adults £3.50 Concessions £2.50 Family Tickets (2 adults plus 2 children under 16): £10.00 Children under 5: FREE
Child (5-16yrs): £2.50
Adult: £3.50
OAP: £2.50
Family: £10.00
Family Definition: 2 adults and 2 children

Admission Info: Child (under 5) free; child prices 5-16yrs; Groups (over 20) Adult £3, Child £2

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead


Pembroke Castle
SA71 4LA
Tel: 01646 681510
Fax: 01646 622260



Set in the heart of Bluestone Country, where the 'Spotted Dolerite' came from which made the inner sanctum of Stonehenge. A fine example of a cromlech with a 15 ton capstone intact. Dramatic against sunrise or sunset.


Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead. Caution: Livestock in field.

Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber
Nr Newport, Preseli Hills
SA41 3TZ


The remains of the Bishops of St Davids principle palace are located alongside The Cathedral in the tranquil valley of the river Alun. This would have been the finest collection of buildings in Wales during the medieval period.




The original monastery was established here by St David in the sixth century.
It was attacked and ransacked at least 10 times by Norse raiders over the next 400 years.
When the Normans arrived in Pembrokeshire in the 11th century, they took over the Cathedral and appointed a Norman Bishop.
Realising how vulnerable the Cathedral was, they first built a motte and bailey fort, which they abandoned.
They then built a stone defensive wall around all the Cathedral buildings, including the Palace.
Thomas Bek (1280-93) began a program of new building. He was responsible for the chapel in the southwest corner, the hall and the private apartments, and the gate.
Bishop Henry de Gower (1328-47). In addition to major works in the cathedral itself, built the Great Hall, complete with wheel window in the east gable, the distinctive arcaded parapet and the majestic porch.
Later bishops made further additions and alterations to the palace, but with the Reformation they fell into disrepair and ruin.



Much of the town wall remains, particularly on the south side.
The main gate into the Cathedral compound, Porth y Twr, the main entrance from the city, is intact and holds a small historical exhibition. (St Davids is the smallest city in Britain).
Inside the palace, much of the structure remains, albeit roofless.
The main features are the arcaded parapets, great hall and wheel window.



Pay-and-display parking nearby, toilets, guidebook, giftshop, displays in the undercrofts detailing the power and wealth of the medieval bishops.

Open: Open All Year. Adult - £2.90, concession - £2.50, family - £8.30.



Child (5-16yrs): £2.50
Adult: £2.90
OAP: £2.50
Family: £8.30
Family Definition: 2 adults + 2 children
St Davids Bishops Palace
St Davids
SA62 6PX
Tel: 01437 720517




The Cathedral built in 1181 is on the site reputed to be that on which St David founded a monastic settlement in the 6th Century. The magnificent ceilings - oak in the Nave, painted in the Quire and Presbytery - and the sloping floor contribute to this most special place. This year a splendid new refectory will open offering fresh local food.

Admission Info: Free - but donations invited

St Davids Cathedral
St Davids
SA62 6RF
Tel: 01437 720202 or 720204




A holy well, retreat and shrine dedicated to the mother of St David, situated on the coast just south of St Davids.

St Nons
St Davids
SA62 6BN



Victorian manor house, museum and award winning visitor centre set in 60 acres of country park and woodland. Period rooms, railway displays, farming exhibition, World War II homefront exhibition. Picnic and play areas, shop and tearoom. Special events throughout the season, guided tours available. A great day out for all the family - what ever the weather. Dogs welcome on a lead in the country park only.

Child (5-16yrs): £1.00
Adult: £2.00
OAP: £1.50

Admission Info: Child price to 16years

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead


Scolton Manor House and Country Park
Bethlehem, Nr Haverfordwest
SA62 5QL
Tel: 01437 731328



Teeming with wildlife, these islands are the best seabird and seal experience in southern Britain. You'll see at close quarters comical puffins, guillemots, razorbills, gannets, manx shearwaters, and a host of other birds. Grey seals are in evidence all year round as are families of passing porpoises and dolphins. All trips are weather dependent.

Dogs on round island trips only.


Admission Info: Skomer: Boat fee Adult £8.00, Child £6.00; Landing fee: Adult £6.00, Child Free, Senior £5.00, Student £3.00; Stockholm: Adult £20, Child £10; Grassholm £25

Dog Notes: Dogs on Lead. Trips weather dependant and dogs at discretion of skipper.


Skomer, Skokholm & Grassholm Boat Trips
Martins Haven
SA73 1PY
Tel: 01646 603123
Fax: 01646 601061



Opened in 1907 the mill specialises in the weaving of quality floor rugs and carpets. Watch the craftsmen at work in the factory and wind a wide range of products in the mill shop.

Admission Info: Free
Solva Woollen Mill
Middle Mill, Solva
SA62 6XD
Tel: 01437 721112




This dramatic island is 1 mile off St Davids Coast. Spectacular high cliffs alive with seabirds. See hundreds of Guillimots, Razorbills, Kittiwakes and Fulmars. A large Atlantic grey seal colony lives around the Island, pups are born September and October and porpoise feeed off shore. For ferry bookings and guided walks with an RSPB Warden, contact Thousand Island Expeditions

Admission Info: Adult £14 (RSPB member £10), Child £7 (RSPB member £5), OAP £12 (RSPB member £10). Groups phone or email for details.
RSPB-Ramsey Island Nature Reserve
C/O Thousand Island Expeditions, Cross Square, St Davids
SA62 6SL
Tel: 01437 721721
Fax: 01437 721698


Whale, Dolphin, Seal and Bird watching with the experts.
Pembrokeshire's premier marine operator, we offer a wide range of fully guided wildlife watching voyages suitable for all ages.
Using expert conservation guides and skippers, and purpose built vessels, our voyages navigate the Pembrokeshire Islands and coastline exploring the intricate caves and gorges. Groups, families and individuals welcome.
Open all year. Bookings online, by phone or in person.

Dog Notes: Some trips can be 3 hours long.

Voyages of Discovery (Ramsey Island Boat Trips)
1 High Street, St Davids
SA62 6SE
Tel: 0800 854367
Fax: 01437 720092



A stimulating, fun place to visit. Browse around the showroom. An opportunity to be creative. Throw your own pots on the wheel or model by hand. As much help as you need. When dry, paint them with bright glazes, or buy ours ready for painting.
In the school holidays, work made Thursday can be collected fired from early Saturday morning.

A unique and lasting momento of your holiday.

Great fun for all.

No need to book except for extra tuition.

Admission Info: Free

Wolfscastle Pottery
Wolfscastle, Haverfordwest
SA62 5LZ
Tel: 01437 741609
Fax: 01437 741621



Paintings, drawings and limited edition prints by Colin Morse depicting the countryside, coast and people of Pembrokeshire.

Colin Morse Studio
Beudy Bach, Penfeidr, Castlemorris, Haverfordwest
SA62 5EN
Tel: 01348 840820




If you only visit one gallery in Pembrokeshire, make sure it's this one. A collection of over forty artists' work including local, Welsh and international artists. During the summer months a sculpture show is held in the beautiful gardens of the Gallery.

Workshop Wales Gallery
Manorowen, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire
SA65 9QA
Tel: 01348 891619




Mabws Fawr is a wooded settlement around the old farmhouse, Plas-y-Mabws, which houses the Stan Rosenthal Pembrokeshire Gallery. Stan is an artist with an enviable reputation producing landscape based images in a variety of media. We are very pleased to offer the widest range of Stans' serigraphs, limited edition reproductions and giclée images in Pembrokeshire. Prices range from £30.00 to £350.00.

Stan Rosenthal, Pembrokeshire Gallery
Vanessa Van Der Pas, Plas y Mabws, Mabws Fawr, Nr. Mathry, Pembrokeshire
SA62 5LL
Tel: 01348 837411 or 07977 209411
Fax: 01348 837411



We offer a wide selection of wooden gifts hand-made on the premises,eg. bowls, platters, candlesticks, hollow and twisted plant pot stands, butter dishes and lamps. We also make solid wood furniture, delivered all over Britain. Commission work also undertaken. Visit us to discuss your needs. Welsh dressers, tables chairs, bedroom furniture etc. Payment method: cash, cheque and all major credit cards. Please feel free to watch if work is in progress.

Jim Harries, Woodturner
Kathie Harries, Siop Fach, Mathry, Haverfordwest Pembrokeshire
SA62 5HB
Tel: 01348 831379
Fax: 01348 831379




Studio Gallery showing original landscape paintings and limited edition prints by Chris Neale. Prints also available by mail order.
Oriel stiwdio yn arddangos paentiadau gwreiddiol o dirluniau a phrintiau o agraffiadau cyfyngedig. Gellir hefyd archeb printiau drw'r post.

Chris Neale, Landscape Artist
Rhoslanog Fawr, Mathry, Pembrokeshire
SA62 5HG
Tel: 01348 831995
Fax: 01348 831995



Exciting gallery and tearoom in the delightful village of Trefin, close to the coastal path between St. Davids and Fishguard. Relax and savour excellent teas and coffees, light lunches and home made soups or spoil yourself with locally produced clotted cream teas with delicious strawberry jam. Watch out for delicious Welsh Black beef from Pauline's Tyddewi Pedigree herd, and Abercastle crab when in season, Pembrokeshire produce at it's best. Absolutely delicious! Atmospheric works of this wonderful peninsula by St Davids artist Pauline Beynon are shown with a constantly changing selection of paintings, prints, cards and ceramics by both Welsh and invited artists.
Les Routiers recommended.

Opening times: Easter to end of October 11am-5pm (closed Mondays except Bank Holidays) Out of season variable. Please ring to confirm on 01348 837500


Oriel-Y-Felin Gallery & Tearoom
Angela Samuel & Pauline Beynon , 15 Fford-Y-Felin, Trefin, Pembrokeshire
SA62 5AX
Tel: 01348 837500
Fax: 01348 837500



We are celebrating 30 years in business.

Inger John makes traditional hand-dipped candles in a wide range of colours and scents, and unique sand-candles with agates. We have all sorts of candles, candlesticks, candelabra, lanterns and accessories. Also local books by husband Brian John. Visiors return year after year to what they claim to be the best candle shop in the country.

Admission Info: Free

Dog Notes: Dog on lead.

Pembrokeshire Candle Centre
Trefelin, Cilgwyn, Nr Newport (Pembs)
SA42 0QN

Tel: 01239 820470
Fax: 01239 821245




Contemporary landscape paintings of Wales by Linda Norris on show in the artist's gallery in the heart of the Preseli Hills. A series of limited edition reproduction prints also available.

Oriel Linda Norris Gallery
Llwynon, Maenclochog, Clynderwen, Pembrokeshire
SA66 7LB
Tel: 01437 532580/mob.0777 340 2129



One of the top artists in West Wales, Andrew's much sought after watercolours reflect his fascination with Pembrokeshire light, depicting ancient woodland, sparkling rivers, and the dramatic coastline.
Broad Haven Exhibition dates: April 14th - May 1st, May 27th - June 4th, and August 7th - 18th.
St. Davids Exhibition dates: July 1st - 16th, August 19th - September 3rd, both at St Davids City Hall.
Original watercolours priced from £145-£650, plus limited edition prints and cards are available from Andrew's new gallery and exhibitions.