NEWS & VIEWS
28 April 2017
How to have the Ultimate Summer in Pembrokeshire!
Pembrokeshire has a stunning coastline along with a range of different activities, making it the perfect place for a staycation this summer. Stay in one of our stylish rooms then head out to explore West Wales’ rugged landscapes! To help you plan a family trip here is our guide to summer in Pembrokeshire….
For adventure seekers…dive deep into Skomer’s waters
For thrill seekers take the plunge and explore the waters around Skomer with a day underwater diving. Skomer forms part of the Skomer Marine Nature Reserve one of only three such reserves in the UK! Take a glimpse of playful seals and dolphins or explore one of the 350 known wrecks in the surrounding waters.
For getting outdoors…explore Pembrokeshire on horseback
For an exciting summer activity spend the day exploring the Preseli Hills on horseback. The perfect activity for a bit of adventure, offering the chance to gallop through enchanting scenery with a range of trails for beginner and experienced riders to choose from. Those looking for a more challenging path can ride into the Gwaun Valley or for a more relaxing ride canter along the beach, and for guided tours book a riding lesson with one of the many local stables in the area.
For golf lovers…perfect your skills at Trefloyne Manor
Located in the picturesque West Wales countryside, not only does Trefloyne Manor offer stylish boutique rooms, but a chance to play 18 holes on a professional standard course. Those looking to perfect their skills can spend time learning to play with PGA professional coaches, on the stunning golf course with views of Tenby and the Ritec Valley. Trefloyne also support young players with their successful junior golf programme that helps foster young talent. http://www.trefloyne.com/golf 01834 842165
For some seaside scenery…take a trip to Barafundle Bay
Named as one of the best beaches in the world, Barafundle Bay offers stunning views of Pembrokeshire’s award-winning coastline. For a day by the sea head to the Barafundle for a picnic on the beach, then embark on one of the many walks along the seashore. Just a 30-minute drive from Trefloyne Manor, the beach is accessible from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path where you can amble down to the sandy shores.
For a touch of history…step back in time at Carew Castle
Discover Pembrokeshire’s history at Carew Castle that dates back to the 11th century when the castle became the centre of Norman rule. Carew Castle is now a designated Site of Special Scientific interest due to rare species and wildlife that inhabit the castle ruins. Spend a cultural day exploring Pembrokeshire’s past before heading back to Trefloyne to tuck into some tasty local cuisine at our AA Rosette Terrace Restaurant!