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Flimston is often overlooked – literally, as it’s easily spotted from the cliff top – but not visited by many, as it takes quite an intrepid explorer to venture down...

Beach review – Flimston

Flimston is often overlooked – literally, as it’s easily spotted from the cliff top – but not visited by many, as it takes quite an intrepid explorer to venture down…

Next weekend will see the return of the Red Bull Cliff Diving competition to the Blue Lagoon. We’ve not been able to see the diving live – tickets are quite...

Wings over Wales

Next weekend will see the return of the Red Bull Cliff Diving competition to the Blue Lagoon. We’ve not been able to see the diving live – tickets are quite…

It’s that time of year again: spring is sprung (well, trying to, inbetween the cold snaps that are even affecting our usually mild climate), the madness of Christmas is long...

Volunteering in 2013 – eat, work & be merry!

It’s that time of year again: spring is sprung (well, trying to, inbetween the cold snaps that are even affecting our usually mild climate), the madness of Christmas is long…

This tiny, and extremely sheltered, little cove was used as a private harbour for the former Stackpole House What it’s like: Tiny, mostly rocky, cove, with an imposing Victorian stone...

Beach review – Stackpole Quay

This tiny, and extremely sheltered, little cove was used as a private harbour for the former Stackpole House What it’s like: Tiny, mostly rocky, cove, with an imposing Victorian stone…

One of the most spectacular beaches in Pembrokeshire, this beach used to only be known to locals. Now, with reviews in The Sunday Times and the like, it’s beauty is...

Beach review – Barafundle

One of the most spectacular beaches in Pembrokeshire, this beach used to only be known to locals. Now, with reviews in The Sunday Times and the like, it’s beauty is…

Just a short post this week, as it’s the middle of the silly season and we have a houseful, including new visitors to Pembrokeshire. Which of course means we’ve been...

A Welsh Christmas blessing – for one of our best loved actors

Just a short post this week, as it’s the middle of the silly season and we have a houseful, including new visitors to Pembrokeshire. Which of course means we’ve been…

Despite the name being somewhat of a misnomer (it’s not as wide as Broad Haven North but is quite a deep beach) Broadhaven South is a classic Pembrokeshire beach, with...

Beach review – Broadhaven South

Despite the name being somewhat of a misnomer (it’s not as wide as Broad Haven North but is quite a deep beach) Broadhaven South is a classic Pembrokeshire beach, with…

The village of Manorbier is blessed with three beaches, but its namesake beach is the most well-known, and historically, the best loved: as far back as the 1190’s, Gerald of...

Beach review – Manorbier

The village of Manorbier is blessed with three beaches, but its namesake beach is the most well-known, and historically, the best loved: as far back as the 1190’s, Gerald of…

Some of our favourite photos of our favourite, and closest, beach.

Photo gallery: Freshwater West

Some of our favourite photos of our favourite, and closest, beach.

Some photos from the recent party at the farm

The big weekend – photo evidence!

Some photos from the recent party at the farm

Freshwater East, or Fresh East as it’s known locally, used to be one of the more popular beaches, but is much more quiet now with the increasing popularity of other...

Beach review – Fresh East

Freshwater East, or Fresh East as it’s known locally, used to be one of the more popular beaches, but is much more quiet now with the increasing popularity of other…

West Angle bay takes a while to get to, located as it is beyond Angle out on the western tip of the southern peninsular. But with its sheltered location and...

Beach review – West Angle bay

West Angle bay takes a while to get to, located as it is beyond Angle out on the western tip of the southern peninsular. But with its sheltered location and…