United Kingdom – 01646 624800
This location in Wales, is ideal for a family holiday or for just a short break away. It has plenty of pubs along this coast line for drinking and eating out. One of the places i have visited on the Pembrokeshire Coast is Amroth, a small valley with stunning views. The Temple Bar, situated at the front of the Smugglers Cove chalets has friendly and welcoming staff, is a dog friendly pub award winner and serves a delicious range of food and drinks. The chalets of Smugglers Cove are very very clean and very well maintained. The owner of these chalets takes pride in making sure anyone who visits, has an enjoyable time.
Great natural beauty. Interesting wildlife. I saw seals, puffin, wild ponies and a mole. Lovely beaches for all kinds of activities. Secluded or vast open beaches. Weather often poor but when its good it is well worth the trip.
Roch, Haverfordwest SA62 6AE, UK – 01437 710262
An interesting place. Curated gardens with lots to explore for children. There are nice water areas but some of the gardens are a little dilapidated if you wander off the main paths. There is a good cafe and facilities and I get the sense that it is a nice place for events. If you are just wandering around it can be done quite quickly or you could relax and spend quite a lot of time here. I think with a little more investment this could be a much more viable attraction but there is quite a lot of competition in this type of visitor attraction and some I would recommend more at this time.
Nice place for families and small children. The littluns will love walking around the gardens and visiting the little houses. Endless fun for them! End your day with a slice of cake and a coffee for a reasonable price. There is also a garden centre and a gift shop, though we did not purchase anything.