The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, at 186 miles stretches from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth. You might not want to do all of it but short sections of it will allow you to soak up some of the true beauty of the coastline.
If you like walking it might be worth checking out ‘The National Trust’s top 10 Pembrokeshire walks’ as featured in the Guardian. This includes the Marloes peninsula walk at 5 miles which is great but omits the Dale peninsula walk at 6.8 miles which actually might be better as it takes in St Annes head and everyone loves a light house.
There is loads to do in Pembrokeshire no matter if you are a thrill seeker or want to relax. You won’t be dissapointed.
A great destination for all the family with plenty of attractions and events.
If you fancy leaving the car and walking from the cottage but want to get back again. You will need to know what buses are available. Although remote Dale still has a bus service and the Puffin Bus that runs along the coast stops at Marloes. If you want more information on the buses yo need to visit the Pembrokeshire County Council website