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Out & About

Discover places to see and things to do whilst in and around Manorbier, Wales to truly enhance your stay come rain or shine!

Manorbier Castle…Perched upon the cliffs, in the heart of the village, you can’t really miss the Norman’s Castle. The Castle occupies a commanding position overlooking the beautiful Manorbier Beach with the village nestled behind. Steeped in history and folklore this Norman gem has many secrets to discover.

Award winning blue flagged beaches…A total of 52 awards have been awarded to our wonderful beaches; 30 Seaside Awards, 11 Green Coast Awards and 11 prestigious Blue Flags.
Amongst our favourites are Barafundle and Freshwater West, stopping by Stackpole Inn and Cafe Mor for refreshments. Amongst our favourites are Barafundle and Freshwater West, stopping by Stackpole Inn and Cafe Mor for refreshments.

Bosherston Lily Ponds…This walk provides bridge crossings across the ponds, a walk on the beach and of course, at the right time of year, beautiful lilies. In the winter months the pads can still be seen along with resident wildlife such as otter.

You can either start your walk from the car park located in the village of Bosherston or from Broad Haven South Beach car park. If you start from the Bosherston car park the route is circular, well-marked and you have the option of heading down to the beach. If you start from the beach car park take the steps down to the beach and follow the curve of the beach around to the left. You’ll come across a bridge which leads onto the main Bosherston Ponds loop.

There are public toilets located in both car parks, foot washing taps and a water bowl for dogs.

Narberth High Street… Narberth is a truly unique little town; a stroll around the characterful streets yet offering a wide variety of independent shops. Browse the world of antiques, fine foods, fashion and jewellery, homeware and furnishings. Narberth has a fast growing reputation as a ‘foodie’ destination and is home to award winning suppliers of local produce and fine cheeses, meats and wines.

Seek out Wildlife…The Explorer Trail event organised by the National Trust at Colby Woodland Garden will ensure your children get interactive. Head to the website for more information. You can also Learn About Creepy Crawlies by getting up close and personal with them at Dr Beynons Bug Farm near St Davids. Cricket Cookies are an extra optional experience. (

Caldey Island Boat TripA fleet of boats runs to the island from Tenby Harbour from Easter to October.

Caldey Island has been inhabited for many centuries by various orders of monks and is currently owned by the Cistercian Order, living in the beautiful Abbey, found just a few minutes walk from the landing stage. On the far side of the island you can walk to the lighthouse and enjoy the spectacular views.

Also look out for the Chocolate Factory and Abbey Gift Shop selling perfume and shortbread baked in the monastery.


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