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A holiday cottage in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park

Our holiday cottage is perfectly base to explore Pembrokeshire and all it has to offer.

With Britain’s only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire is a great holiday destination. Rugged cliffs beautiful beaches and abundance of wildlife make it the perfect location all year round.

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.

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.

Link and Recommendations

Here are some of our favourite places in Pembrokeshire to try and give you some ideas of stuff you can do and see while you stay at Waters Edge.

7 Things to do for free

That sounds to good to be true!

What To See and Do

Local places to go while you are in Pembrokeshire

Where To Eat

Places we have been that we think are good.

St Brides Haven

Just a few miles from the property St Brides is a small rock cove great for snorkelling, rock pools or launching a kayak to explore the stunning scenery of St Brides bay from the sea.

Watwicks Bay

One of our favourite beaches, a small cove within the Haven. Being a steeper beach the sea only goes out so far. You can get here via a walk round the coastal path or you can drive towards St Ann’s head. You go up the hill then you take a small road on the left that is marked private (it’s not). The road will go from tarmac to gravel and then you will get to a grass triangle where you can park. Then walk down the path to the left, downhill to the beach. For more busy beaches you can try Broadhaven or Little Haven.

West Dale

Dale village beach is is very sheltered but mainly pebbles, however if you walk to the back of the village, past the castle and keep walking towards the dip in the landscape (there’s a path). You will soon come to the path down to West Dale a sandy cove. Watch out for the waves though it can get rough.

Our map of Dale

Here is our map of Dale. This will give you an idea of the location of the nearest beaches and places of interest

The Gann

The area in front of the property is called the Gann. On the left it’s is wetland where you can fish or watch the wild birds. On the right is Dale Roads, the sea. Dividing these two areas is a causeway.  For all bar high water it is possible to cross to the other side of the inlet via a low bridge.

Sea and Weather

Here are some useful links for your stay

Also try, Marloes, Little Haven and Broadhaven

Cafe Mor

If you fancy a drive. Cafe Mor at Freshwater West is well worth a visit. As food shacks go this one is a cut above the rest. The beach is not bad too.

The Griffin

Dale’s award winning Pub and Seafood restaurant. A short walk from our property excellent menu but you will need to book. It is also worth a mention that the pontoon in front of the Griffin is the best place to try your luck at Crabbing.

The Welsh Bakery

If you visit Haverfordwest and want a snack or light lunch, the Welsh Bakery by the old bridge is worth a visit.

Runawayskiln

Runawayskiln is new for 2018 and is located close to the parking for Marloes sands. Although we have not had the chance to go here yet our guest book sings it’s praise so we have it on our to do list. It is an ideal stopping point if you are planning on walk to Marloes sand from Waters Edge.