To the beach and local walks
There is a pathway in the valley which will get you to Wisemans beach. The walk is just over a mile long. During low tide it is possible to walk to Saundersfoot along the coast. There is a local bus which will get you to many attractions or we would be happy to assist with getting you to and from local walks in the area (by prior arrangement).
The Pembrokeshire Tourism website has a list of beautiful walks in Pembroke. (please ask if you require assistance in getting to some of the starting points).
Ideas for dining beyond the Valley
Boathouse in Saundersfoot
Family run restaurant. Good Reviews and pleasant atmosphere
Beachside Barbecue is located in the village of Saundersfoot overlooking our Blue Flag award winning beach. We are a restaurant with a view!
The Bar & Kitchen provides a relaxed dining experience in a comfortable and stylish surrounding. With views out to Saundersfoot Harbour and beyond
The Coast – Fine Dining
Our beautiful purpose built restaurant is right on the shoreline – just metres away from the lovely golden sands of Coppet Hall. You’ll have unrivalled views of sea and sky
At the well-known and popular Dragon Palace Chinese Restaurant, the many years of perfecting Chinese cuisine are all highlighted here.
From a delicious meal at the local Wisemans Bridge, a short walk down the road, to a pint of ale with the locals at the Cresselly Arms, Cresswell Quay, Kilgetty SA68 0TE, there are untold treasures waiting to be found in the surrounding neighborhood.
The abundant local produce available is of the finest quality in the country and feeds through all the local restaurants and eateries. More information can be found here
On the “Visit Pembrokeshire” website there is plenty of information on the Castles, walks, attractions, festivals, shows and everything else in the area. They provide information on all that is happening and all the details.
Adventures beyond the Valley
For those that would like something a little more daring and adventurous or perhaps wish to try something new.
Paddleboarding offers the ability to silently explore the rivers, estuaries and coastline of Pembrokeshire but in the waves, it enables you to catch them early and access breaks which other surfers can’t reach.
Pembrokeshire just happens to be the perfect location for kitesurfing; beaches with great swathes of golden sand such as Newgale, and the all-important westerly winds blowing straight in from the Atlantic.
There’s no better way to explore Pembrokeshire: on two wheels, with the open road and some stunning scenery.
From mountains to valleys, exercise your adventurous side on the mountain bike trails and tracks of Wales.
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