With the weather much improved we ventured out from Old Dairy Cottage in the lovely Pembrokeshire countryside between Haverfordwest and Fishguard.
There’s such a lot to see less than an hour away. We visited the little town of Narberth famous now for its art and craft community. Then we went on to the south coast of the county at Saundersfoot and then Tenby. It was a windy day as you can see from Clive’s video but there were plenty of walkers on the Tenby beach. It’s a beautiful setting on a bracing February day.
Then it was on to Fishguard and the spectacular Strumble Head, more on that tomorrow.
Old Dairy Cottage is part of the portfolio of Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire, family run for 40 years – a holiday cottage agency based in West Wales featuring around 500 properties sleeping from two to 28 guests.
Forty per cent of the collection is dog-friendly and the in-house Concierge team can arrange a selection of hand-crafted holiday extras and treats including welcome packages and exclusive outdoor and in-cottage experiences from chefs to yoga sessions. They will even tailor-make itineraries!
Coastal Cottages welcomes 60,000 holidaymakers and 4,000 dogs to Pembrokeshire each year – 70% of bookings are repeats. £3 from every break booked goes towards the company’s Coastal Communities Fund, which donates to a multitude of projects that invest back into the county. www.coastalcottages.co.uk, 01437 765 765