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contents Narberth Area Saundersfoot Area Tenby Area Pembroke, Pembroke Dock & Surrounding Area Advertisers List & Map Milford Haven & Surrounding Area Haverfordwest & Surrounding Area St Davids Area Fishguard Area Newport & Preselis Area

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Narberth area Narberth

The pretty market town of Narberth with its ruined castle offers visitors a unique blend of old and new. It has a reputation for being a very welcoming town ever since the days when Narberth was the first stop for the Milford to London Stagecoach. Rich in history, it offers visitors a warm and friendly welcome to some of the best shops in Wales. Its name is derived from the pre-Norman name for the area, "Arberth", which is mentioned in the myths and legends of The Mabinogion, the ancient Welsh folk tales of the 14th Century. Modern Narberth has transformed itself offering visitors one of the best shopping experiences in Wales. Locals and visitors alike are drawn to the town for the unique and independent character of its shops and cafes. Narberth is centrally located in Pembrokeshire and is surrounded by beautiful countryside that will delight walkers and offers many attractions such as fishing, wine tasting and historic Carew Castle.

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Creative CafÊ Spring Gardens, Narberth SA67 7BT Tel: 01834 861651 22 High Street, Haverfordwest SA61 2DA Tel: 01437 766698 Paint your own pottery studio and cafe... where everyone’s an artist! Everthing from mugs and plates to monsters and fairies. Silver fingerprint jewellery. Open 10.00 - 5.00. Closed Mondays Nov-March.

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Cwm Deri Vineyard Martletwy, nr Narberth, Pembrokeshire SA67 8AP Tel: 01834 891274 Website: www.cwm-deri.co.uk Opening Hours: Open Monday to Saturday 11am-4pm Sunday 12pm-4pm If you enjoy good food and wine then a visit to us is a must. Relax with a drink knowing that the children are safe, making friends with our animals and birds in pets corner. Try our delicious home made food or a coffee and cake in our restaurant and coffee shop. Two or three course Sunday lunches served in our stunning conservatory overlooking the vines. As well as our extensive range of wines and liqueurs we also supply free range eggs, our own seasonal vegetables, home made chutneys, marmalades and preserves plus Celtic craft and food gifts. Follow the brown tourist signs from the A4075 on the A40 Canaston Bridge/Pembroke Dock road. ALSO AT RIVERSIDE ARCADE, HAVERFORDWEST 5


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The Grove Molleston, Narberth SA67 8BX Tel: 01834 860915 Email: info@thegrove-narberth.co.uk Website: www.thegrove-narberth.co.uk Restaurant; Lunch noon-2pm (last orders) Dinner 6pm-9pm (last orders) Accommodation closed 10 Jan to 23 Jan 2011 Award winning luxury restaurant with rooms and cottages set in the rolling Pembrokeshire countryside. The Grove is renowned as one of the most intimate and unique luxury venues in Wales with 12 individually designed rooms and 4 traditional cottages. A perfect retreat to enjoy the highest quality food in 5 star luxury.

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ORIEL Q - Queens Hall Gallery Narberth Pembrokeshire SA67 7AS Tel: 01834 869 454 Website: www.orielqueenshallgallery.org.uk Email: lynne@orielqueenshallgallery.org.uk Opening Hours: Open Wednesdays - Saturday 10am - 5pm Oriel Q -The Queens Hall Gallery is light and airy with three exhibition spaces on the top floor (lift available) showing contemporary art, paintings, sculpture, ceramics and photographs with shows changing monthly. See web for previous exhibitions.

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The Stores Bed & Breakfast The Stores, Cresswell Quay SA68 0TH Tel: 01646 650269 M: 07974 577620 Email: jaynestrarup@gmail.com Website: www.thestores.vpweb.co.uk Open all year round Boasting one of the most popular pubs in Pembrokeshire within easy walking distance. Comfortable double ensuite and twin with shower room, great family room when booked together. Reasonable rates including full breakfast ÂŁ60 double and ÂŁ50 twin per night. Near to top attractions. Dogs welcome.

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Wine, dine and celebrate in style at the Hotel Plas Hyfryd

The fourteen en-suite bedrooms, family and executive suites include a ground floor room with disabled access.

Family friendly, chill out with the kids in the Bronz Cellar Bar with easy seating, TV, DVD player and toys.

New Scarletts Bar offering relaxed surroundings and fresh ground coffee, home made cakes and lite bites.

Lunches, afternoon teas, evening meals, non-residents welcome.

Open for weddings, functions, conferences, Christmas parties, seating up to 130.

Hotel Plas Hyfryd Moorfield Road, Narberth, Pembrokeshire SA67 7AB Telephone (01834) 869 006 Fax (01834) 869 008 info@plashyfrydhotel.com www.plashyfrydhotel.com

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Complimentary bottle of House wine with this voucher Booking strongly advised

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TASTE THE TRUE WALES Yerbeston Gate A4075 Yerbeston to Jeffreyston Crossroads SA68 0NS Tel: 01834 891637Website: www.farmshopfood.co.uk Opening Hours: Sunday 9 – 12, Tues to Sat 9 – 4.30 Closed Mondays in winter months Enjoy the Taste of Pembrokeshire by visiting the award winning Yerbeston Gate Farm Shop, near Cresselly. They have many accolades for their grass fed Welsh Black Beef, Saddleback Pork, sausages and Home cured bacon, the meat is prepared in the shops butchery unit. A great range of pies, pasties and quiches are baked daily in the farmhouse kitchen. Andy and Deb champion Welsh food producers. They stock local beers, ciders, cheeses, chocolates, wines, honey, preserves, bread, cakes and ice creams. The national delivery mail order service won “Most Innovative Use of E-Commerce” in the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2008.

We hope you’ve enjoyed your holiday. If a business you have visited has really made a difference to your stay in Pembrokeshire, then please nominate them for the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards. It’s really quick and easy - just go to www.pembrokeshiretourismawards.net. Your vote really will make a difference to that business.

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Saundersfoot area Saundersfoot

Saundersfoot harbour is the heart of this thriving town. It was built in 1829 and transformed the small fishing village into a thriving industrial port. Queen Victoria decreed that only coal from Saundersfoot should be used to power the first Royal Steam Yacht. Saundersfoot provides easy access to the spectacular coastline of Pembrokeshire. There are large sandy beaches which, along with the harbour, make it easy to relax or enjoy water sports or fishing. The harbour is still very much a working harbour and Saundersfoot Bay offers some of the finest sailing waters in Wales. Saundersfoot has an increasing reputation as a "Gourmet Resort", thanks to the large number of high quality restaurants and cafes and the use of local Pembrokeshire Produce throughout the town. It also offers a wide range of shops for visitors, in which to pick up holiday essentials and the chance to indulge in some pampering spa treatments.

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Lisa’s

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Telpyn, Amroth to Pendine Coast Road Tel: 01994 453633 07810 674966 Opening Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 10am - 5.30pm A La Carte - Friday & Saturday 6pm – 9pm Sunday Lunches - 12pm - 4pm (Bookings advisable) Winter time varies - Please phone Fresh Fish & Lobster available on request (48hr notice) Christmas/New Years eve menu – Now Available Payment Cash/Cheque Fully licensed and small parties, weddings catered for.

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MERMAID on the strand

WINTER WARMER MENU 2 course lunch £8.75 Monday to Saturday 12 to 6pm Full Menu with large selection of hot meals available all day. Located overlooking the beach in Saundersfoot. Tel 01834 811 873 Open from 10.30 every day, all winter

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Complimentary Thermal Suite and Infinity Pool experience for 90 minutes when you book a 55 minute treatment or more between Monday and Thursday from 01.11.10 to 23.12.10 and from 02.01.11 to 31.03.11 on production of this voucher.

st brides spa hotel Saundersfoot , Pembrokeshire, SA69 9NH t: 01834 815 075 e: spa@stbridesspahotel.com w: www.stbridesspahotel.com

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Swallow Tree Gardens Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire SA69 9DE Tel: 01834 812398 Website: www.swallowtree.com Email: info@swallowtree.com Opening Hours: Leisure facilities open daily except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. Restaurant hours please phone. Unwind whatever the weather with our indoor facilities including heated pool, sauna, steam room and solarium. Relax in the Revive spa with a St Tropez, Elemis or Jessica treatment. Enjoy lunch, or à la carte in our restaurant, offering some of the best food locally, alongside our feature fire and sea views. 11


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Tenby area Tenby

Tenby is a town steeped in ancient history surrounded by an imposing stone wall, built in the 13th century following the destruction of the town at the hands of Prince Llewelyn in 1260. Visitors can still see the walls and imposing Five Arches throughout the town which is now a busy shopping area. Tenby was very popular with Victorians who flocked to the town, placing great emphasis on Tenby’s health giving properties and sea air. There is a huge variety of things to do or see here. North, South and Castle beach are great for a brisk walk after a lazy Sunday lunch. Every Boxing Day hundreds of brave bathers take part in one of Wales' top festive highlights when they plunge into the sea in fancy dress. The spectacle is watched by huge crowds. Tenby is also on the famous Pembrokeshire coastal path, offering long walks with fabulous views over to Caldey Island, where monks still live. It is close to major tourist attractions such as Folly Farm and Heatherton which are open all year.

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Castlemead, countryside by the sea Manorbier, Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA70 7TA Tel: 01834 871358 Email: castlemeadhotel@aol.com Website: www.castlemeadhotel.co.uk Stunningly situated at the head of a small wooden valley with wonderful views across the bay, Castlemead offers a gloriously relaxing atmosphere only 500 yards from the beach. Cosy bar, roaring fires and a restaurant overlooking the garden/bay serving only the best local produce, Castlemead is the ideal spot for an autumn/winter break. 2 night winter break from ÂŁ120 pp.

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A warm welcome awaits you at one of Tenby’s oldest yet most stylish hotels

An afternoon tea to remember, in our Victorian Tea lounge, a memory of days gone by

Scrumptious lunches and morning coffee await, or how about trying our regularly Sunday lunch menu - a restaurant with a stunning view

Catering for all your special occasions is our specialty - or join us for a Christmas party with a difference

Tribute nights and other special entertainment all through the year Visit our website at www.giltar-hotel.co.uk Tel. 01834 842507

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Heatherton Activity Park St Florence, Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA69 9EE Tel: 01646 651025 Fax: 01646 651055 Email: info@heatherton.co.uk Website: www.heatherton.co.uk Open all year. Heatherton World of Activities is a family day out for all ages. There are a multitude of different activities for you to try, that range from karting and paintball to high ropes and waterwalkers.

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The Old Vicarage Luxury Holiday Apartments Penally, Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA70 7PN Tel: 01834 842773 or 01834 843486 Fax: 01834 843620 Email: theoldvicarage@happyholidays.co.uk Website: www.happy-holidays.co.uk Open all year 9 luxury self-catering apartments with individual private access. A little over a mile from Tenby, 10 minutes from Tenby’s south beach. Spectacular views of golf course and sea. Ample free parking. Wi-Fi hotspot.

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Roberts Wall, Penally, Tenby SA70 8NE Tel: 01834 843390 Email: thequadfather@btconnect.com Website: ritec-valley.co.uk Opening Hours: 7 days a week July & August. 5 days a week term-tide (closed Monday & Wednesday). Open 7 days a week in all school holidays apart from Christmas. Open Saturdays only from November to February. Check web for exact dates. Welcome to the number 1 quad bike hire venue in South Wales. Trail riding needs to be pre-booked and is a serious gear-based activity on 250cc semi-automatic quads (min age 16). Arrive and drive (min age 6) is carried out on automatic quads around huge well maintained tracks. No booking necessary.

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St Lawrence Country Guest House Gumfreston, Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA70 8RA Tel: 01834 849727 Website: www.stlawrencecountryguesthouse.co.uk Email: yvonneandrussell@hotmail.co.uk Open all year 4 star, beautiful County House & Gardens set within an estate of 19 acres with south facing views of Caldey Island. Close enough to Tenby and all it has to offer but far enough away for a peaceful and tranquil nights rest. All rooms en-suite, excellent food, private parking.

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Tenby House Inn Tudor Square, Tenby Tel: 01834 842000 Fax: 01834 844647 Website: www.tenbyhousehotel.com Email: tenby.house@btconnect.com Opening Hours: Bar Food Served: Mon-Fri 12 noon - 2.30pm and 5.30pm - 8.30pm Sat & Sun 12 noon - 4pm Paxtons Bistro: Fri and Sat 6pm - 10pm Tenby House – Good food is assured, with hot and cold meals available at lunch time and in the evenings. We offer a wide range of cuisine, using Pembrokeshire produce where possible. Renowned for locally caught seafood and prime welsh steaks, and our home made dishes of the day. Reasonably priced wines to compliment your meal. Teas and Coffees always available. "Paxtons" is available for weddings, buffet receptions, private parties and small conferences. Please call us to discuss your requirements. Parties/Functions catered for any lunchtime or evening by prior arrangement.

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Tenby Museum & Art Gallery Castle Hill, Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA70 7BP Tel/Fax: 01834 842809 Website: www.tenbymuseum.org.uk Email: info@tenbymuseum.org.uk Opening Hours: Spring to Autumn daily 10am to 5pm (last entry 4.30pm) Winter Monday to Friday closed over Christmas The experience includes the prehistory of the area, the Story of Tenby, a social history gallery, natural history and the work of many famous local artists, old and new, displayed in two art galleries. Coffee Shop. Audio Tour. Children's Quizzes.

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Pembroke, Pembroke Dock & surrounding area Pembroke, Pembroke Dock and surrounding area The ancient town of Pembroke was fortified and walled, and sections of these walls are still visible today. Pembroke castle was the home of the earls of Pembroke and was the birthplace of King Henry VII in 1457. Oliver Cromwell personally oversaw its siege and partial destruction during the civil war, but it is a great tourist attraction overlooking the water. Pembroke Dock’s restored buildings offer striking evidence of the town’s rich history. Ferry passengers pass the Royal Dockyard’s elegant Georgian architecture. The Dockyard Chapel (1831) is restored as are the 1930s flying boat hangers. Just outside the yard are the refurbished market and the 1851 Gun Tower on Front Street, which houses the town’s museum. There are also numerous small craft, gift and specialist shops in the towns. Also nearby are numerous beautiful beaches and coastal path walks, with good pubs and teashops dotted through the seaside villages.

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BEGGARS REACH HOTEL & RESTAUR ANT Burton, Nr Milford Haven SA73 1PD Tel: 01646 600700 Website: www.beggars-reach.com Email: stay@beggars-reach.com

Beggars Reach is the perfect location to celebrate your wedding in style. 30 ensuite bedrooms. Attractive landscaped gardens for taking your memorable photographs. Elegant garden restaurant with french windows on to a terrace overlooking the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. Wedding breakfast up to 140. Evening parties up to 275. Ample parking. Please phone and ask for a wedding brochure. Restaurant also open daily for lunch and dinner. Traditional Sunday lunch.

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Cornstore North Quay, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire SA71 4NU Tel: 01646 684290 Website: www.vintage-interiors.net Email: info@vintage-interiors.net OPENING HOURS: 10.00 - 5.30 Monday-Saturday Recently renovated and recognised with a National award for the sympathy of its restoration, THE CORNSTORE is one of the few physical reminders of PEMBROKE'S important maritime trading history. Today the building is still a trading centre! The Quayside Cafe is famed for its coffee, light lunches and our cakes are simply to die for!! We use locally sourced ingredients for the daily changing menu which is prepared on the premises. Also in this imposing three storey building you will find some of the most innovative furniture and gift ideas for you and your home available in the county.

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The Dragon Reptiles Experience Slade Cross, Pembroke, SA72 4SX Tel: 01646 685363 Website: www.dragonreptiles.com Email: dragonreptiles@aol.com Open 7 days a week 10am-6pm The Dragon Reptiles Experience is an exciting, indoor exhibition with over 100 enclosures of Reptiles, Insects, Fish and amphibians. This popular attraction, set near Tenby, brings the exotic life of the rain forest and desert to people of all ages. Handle, feed and learn about these fascinating animals.

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Lamphey, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire SA71 5NR Tel: 01646 672394 Website: www.lampheyhallhotel.co.uk Email: info@lampheyhallhotel.co.uk Opening Hours: Open 7 days a week Lamphey Hall has an award winning restaurant and bar where guests can enjoy anything from a quick drink to an a la carte meal. Open daily, the dishes offered make use of local produce including a fantastic range of local meat, poultry and fresh seafood such as Sewin and Lobster. To accompany, we have an excellent selection of European and New World wines to suit all tastes and pockets.

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Lamphey, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire SA71 5NT Tel: 01646 672273 Website: www.lampheycourt.co.uk Email: info@lampheycourt.co.uk

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Open all year round Enjoy a break at one of Pembrokeshire’s finest hotels. Located in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park, Lamphey Court is ideally situated to enjoy the dramatic coastline, wildlife and golden beaches. • Set in 20 acres of delightful grounds. • 39 luxury bedrooms and conservatory restaurant serving fresh local produce - open daily • On site beauty treatments and floodlit tennis courts with golf, walking and water-sports nearby • Special Getaway breaks - children share free • Christmas and New Year packages.

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Lamphey Park Lower Lamphey Park, Lamphey, Pembroke SA71 5PD Tel: 01646 672906 Website: www.lampheypark.co.uk Email: lowerlampheypark@btinternet.com Opening Hours: All year Lamphey Park is an elegant Georgian house in a peaceful rural setting just three miles from the South Pembrokeshire coast. We provide comfortable and well furnished guest accommodation in the main house, while the outbuildings provide comfortable self-catering accommodation. Enjoy a relaxing winter break at Lamphey Park.

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Pembroke Castle Pembroke, SA71 4LA Tel: 01646 681510 Website: www.pembrokecastle.co.uk Email: info@pembrokecastle.co.uk Opening Hours: Castle and gift shop open year round: 9.30am - 6.00pm April to September 10.00am - 5.00pm October and March 10.00am - 4.00pm November to February Cafe on site. Parties can prebook a guide by arrangement Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII and the Tudor Dynasty, is largely intact and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways provide hours of fun to explore. Exhibitions and tableaux tell of its fascinating history from the arrival of the Normans in 1093 to the present day.

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The Stackpole Inn Jasons Corner, Stackpole, SA71 5DF Tel: 01646 672324 Fax: 01646 672716 Email: gary@stackpoleinn.co.uk Website: www.stackpoleinn.co.uk Opening Hours: Open 7 days a week for Lunch & Dinner. Lunch 12 – 2.00pm Evening 6.30 – 9.00 Closed Sunday evening from October – March Award winning restaurant serving the best of local produce, specialising in fresh local fish.Voted ‘best food pub’ 2005 & 2006, The Stackpole Inn also has 4 star accommodation and is ideal for walking, exploring the local area, or just relaxing with great food.

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The Flying Boat Centre, unique to the UK, is run by an enthusiastic team of volunteers. It tells some of the stories of ‘PD’ and its flying boats, including the famous Short Sunderland. Parts of a wartime Sunderland which sank 70 years ago are displayed in the workshop, which can be viewed by visitors. During World War II ‘PD’ became the largest flying boat station in the world. Displays, models, personal stories, touch screen - and more. Building 53, The Royal Dockyard, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6TB (access is via Gate 4 Port of Pembroke. Look out for the propeller directional signs!)

Tel: 01646 623428 Web: www.pdst.co.uk E-mail: enquiries@sunderlandtrust.org.uk Opening Times: Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 4pm (all year).

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Tourist Information Centres Fishguard Harbour Ocean Lab ,The Parrog, Goodwick, Fishguard SA64 0DE Tel: 01348 872037 Fax: 01348 872528 Email: fishguardharbour.tic@pembrokeshire.gov.uk Fishguard Town The Town Hall,The Square, Fishguard SA65 9HA Tel: 01437 776636 Fax: 01348 875582 Email: fishguard.tic@pembrokeshire.gov.uk Haverfordwest 19 Old Bridge, Haverfordwest SA61 2EZ Tel: 01437 763110 Fax: 01437 767738 Email: haverfordwest.tic@pembrokeshire.gov.uk Pembroke The Commons Road, Pembroke SA71 4EA Tel: 01437 776499 Email: pembroke.tic@pembrokeshire.gov.uk Tenby Unit 2, Upper Park Road, Tenby SA70 7LT Tel: 01834 842402 Fax: 01834 845439 Email: tenby.tic@pembrokeshire.gov.uk Saundesfoot The Barbecue, The Harbour, Saundersfoot SA69 9HE Tel: 01834 813672 Fax: 01834 813673 Email: saundersfoot.tic@pembrokeshire.gov.uk Milford Haven 94 Charles St, Milford Haven SA73 2HL Tel: 01646 690866 Fax: 01646 690655 Email: milford.tic@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

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Seven Spice Bierspool, London Road, Pembroke Dock SA72 6DT Tel: 01646 683319 Opening Hours: Open 7 days a week from 5pm until 11pm. Great food, friendly service and fun filled atmosphere. Come along and let us entertain you. We are the premier destination for parties and gatherings. Loved by locals so please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

All of the major outdoor activities centres, education and field study centres in Pembrokeshire have signed up to the Outdoor Charter to help protect the environments and wildlife of Pembrokeshire when out learning and adventuring in the outdoors. To find out more and see a list of members visit www.pembrokeshireoutdoors.org.uk or phone Tom Luddington on 01437 729069 All of the major wildlife tour boat operators, dive centres and sea kayak centres in Pembrokeshire have agreed to follow the Pembrokeshire Marine Code when out exploring the coastline. The code has detailed maps of sensitive wildlife areas and advice on how to minimise any disturbance to marine wildlife. To find out more and see a list of members visit www.pembrokeshiremarinecode.org.uk or phone Tom Luddington on 01437 729069

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big green space many items to view at Nicholas Nurseries, Cosheston, Pembrokeshire SA72 4SX Tel: 01834 870307/07985 638383 Email: louise@biggreenspace.co.uk Website: www.biggreenspace.co.uk • Wide range of outdoor timber furniture and structures, handmade in Pembrokeshire and built to last. • Forested from sustainable sources, our tanalised timber comes with a 15 year guarantee. • Every item coated with a water repellent wood preservative. • Installers of TimberTechUK composite, non-slip decking. • Nationwide delivery available. To view our entire range please visit our website: www.biggreenspace.co.uk

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Milford Haven and surrounding area Milford Haven and surrounding area Milford has long welcomed travellers. It is believed to be the starting point for the journey of the vast stones for Stonehenge. In 1802 the town was proclaimed by Lord Nelson as one of the finest harbours he’d ever seen. The fishing industry boomed in Milford and it was one of the chief fishing ports of Britain. The landing of sixty thousand tons of fish in 1946 was the highest recorded; however, the industry has steadily declined. Today a Fisherman Statue on the promenade reminds the public of the significance of the fishing industry. Today the beautiful Milford Haven is a busy waterway offering visitors the chance to sail, take fishing or river trips throughout the year. Milford is home to a buzzing marina, with a variety of shops and cafes along with a friendly town centre and The Torch Theatre and cinema.

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Bower Farm Bower Farm, Little Haven, Haverfordwest SA62 3TY Tel: 01437 781554 Opening Hours: Open all year An extensively modernised traditional farmhouse on working sheep farm offering peace, warmth, comfort and friendliness to the casual or longer stay visitor. Run by local historic family. Dogs, horses and children welcome. Secluded yet walking distance of Broad Haven beach and coast path. Impressive views over St Brides Bay and offshore islands. All rooms ensuite with baths &/or showers. Restaurant close by. Farmhouse award. Graded 4 stars.

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Ferry House Inn Hazelbeach, Llanstadwell, Neyland, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire SA73 1EG Tel: 01646 600270 Website: www.smoothhound.co.uk/hotels/ferryinn Email: info@ferryhouseinn.co.uk A light snack, a business lunch, a family meal or a special celebration - whatever your choice, the riverside views from our light and airy conservatory add that special touch to any occasion. Table bookings are advised for evening meals. Fresh fish dishes always feature on our menu, vegetarians are catered for, and like all the best inns, we offer a choice of fine real ales. If dining by the river sounds appealing, then where could you find a better venue?

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Haven Court Located in the picturesque village of Little Haven and just 200 metres from the beach, lies Haven Court, in the Pembrokeshire National Park. The apartment complex of Haven Court consists of 12 apartments, all 2 bedroom with one twin bedded room and a double bed room. All have a fully equipped kitchen and lounge with a TV and DVD player. The surrounding coastal area, with its rich historical heritage, offers activities ranging from walking and bird-watching to windsurfing. The village has several cosy Inns offering excellent local produce and traditional pub fayre. Available all year round. For reservations call Resort Solutions 01858 431160, or Robin on 07899 718045 quoting reference: Pembrokeshire Tourism. For more pictures and details of our other resorts please visit our website www.resort-solutions.co.uk 29


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Haverfordwest and surrounding area Haverfordwest and surrounding area Not many towns claim to be named after fat cows. History holds that the name Haverfordwest means "ford used by fat cows" from Old English hĂŚfar=heifer, fat cows. In local dialect, it is pronounced "harford". Another claim is that Tudor period monarchs called it "Hereford in the West", to distinguish it from the English Hereford in Herefordshire. Visitors to Haverfordwest, the county town, are greeted by the ruins of the castle before proceeding into the town which lies on the tidal Cleddau River. The narrow twisting streets and main high street house a mixture of traditional buildings, shops, cafes and a cinema. In and around the town visitors can find a wealth of things to do, from visiting Haverfordwest Airfield to take a helicopter ride, speeding around a go-karting track, following a nature trail or visiting the county museum housed in historic Scolton Manor.

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Anchor Guest House The Sea Front, Enfield Road, Broad Haven, Haverfordwest, SA62 3JN Tel: 01437 781476 Website: www.anchorguesthouse.co.uk Email: info@anchorguesthouse.co.uk On the sea front in Broad Haven, facing west and overlooking St Bride’s Bay, Anchor Guest House, (also hosting Eva’s Café) is an ideal base to enjoy all that is Pembrokeshire: invigorating outdoor pursuits; aweinspiring vistas; impressive geology; hands-on history; relaxing time away; good food; stunning beaches; wonderful wildlife.

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BP Karting County Showground,Withybush, Haverfordwest, SA62 4BP Tel: 01437 769555 Website: www.bpkarting.com Email: anne@bpkarting.com Opening Hours: September - May. Tuesday - Friday 12am-9pm Weekends 10am - 9pm. End of May onwards open daily 10am - 9pm Bank Holidays - School Holidays - half-term open daily. Closed 24, 25, 26 December inclusive. Also 1st January 2011. Please phone to check track availability Indoor, all weather centre for family fun or competitive racing. All drivers over 8yrs choice of 10, 20 or 40 laps. Competitive events over 16yrs (pre-booking required) Race suits, helmets and gloves provided along with safety briefing. Refreshments available. ADVISE PHONING TO CHECK TRACK AVAILABILITY

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Cleddau Community Arts Tel: for more details Babs 01437 767005 or Doris 01437 763675 Programme for 2010. All tickets can be pre-booked from Victoria Bookshop, Bridge St, Haverfordwest, approx. two weeks before each event. Saturday 2 October Old Time Music Hall at the Picton Centre. Please pre-book by purchasing tickets (£6.00) at Victoria Bookshop, Bridge St, Haverfordwest. New in October: Artists’ Workshop. Venue: Fenton School, Haverfordwest. Take this opportunity to come and have a dabble with Bob Reeves. To take place in ‘The Mobile Classroom’, Fenton School Grounds on Saturday 30 October 9.30am-3.30pm. £12 per person including buffet lunch. Sugarcraft Workshop with Barbara Morgan at St. Martins Church Hall, Haverfordwest. Saturday, 20th

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November, bring a cake with you and learn how to decorate it! Time: Coffee/registration at 9.30am Ends 3.30pm Entrance fee £12 to include Buffet Lunch Papercraft and Card-making with Lorel Griffiths on Saturday, 2nd October, at The Mobile Classroom, Fenton School Grounds, between 10am-1.00pm Entrance Fee: £6.00 to include refreshments Please bring with you all the equipment you already have, such as, small paper scizzors, Pritt/glue sticks, eraser, pencil, ruler, but don’t worry, some of these will be available on the day. (£3.00 payable to Lorel for her paper supplies) New for the winter months of 2010 and 2011: Photographic, Heritage and Handicraft Workshops. Weekend Celtic Festival in September 2011 - dates and venues to be confirmed.

Newsurf On Newgale Beach Front Tel: 01437 781476 Website: www.newsurf.co.uk Open 364 days a year from Dawn ‘till Dusk Surfing is not just for the summer • Surf Hire – winter wetsuits, boots, gloves, hoods, surfboards, bodyboards, kayaks, SUP’s. • Hot showers and Changing rooms. • Shop stocked with latest ranges from: Animal, Body Glove, O’Neill, Xcel, C-Skins, Saltrock – and loads more Christmas gift ideas. Just around the corner from Newsurf is Sands Café. Open all year for great coffee, amazing teas and super hot chocolates. Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon cakes and treats, organic ice cream. New deli range to take home! Great products from Olives Et Al, Tea Pigs, Café Gioia and more….

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Taj Mahal 1-2 Milford Road, Haverfordwest, SA61 1PJ Tel: 01437 763610 Est. since 1979 Family run business that has been providing the best Indian Food in Pembrokeshire for over 30 years. Join us for an evening and experience the flavours of our extensive menu.

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Picton Castle & Woodland Gardens The Rhos, Haverfordwest SA62 4AS Tel: 01437 751369 or 751326 for bookings Website: www.pictoncastle.co.uk OCTOBER Sat 23 - Sun 31 October Half Term Opening: Hunt the Pumpkin Trail. Tues 26 & Wed 27 Halloween Family Fun, Ghostly Castle Tours, Scary Maze, crafts in the gallery. Saturday 30 Murder Mystery. Shocking events reveled during 1920s cocktails in the castle; adjourn to the restaurant to solve the mystery over supper. Sunday 31 Maria’s Spanish Fiesta Maria presents gutsy regional specialties to excite the palate. Please book in advance. NOVEMBER Sunday 7 Patchwork and Quilting Workshop Baltimore Christmas Table Runners Saturday 13 Lecture & Lunch Matthew Williams, Curator of Cardiff Castle, presents ‘A Royal Rescue: The Saving of Dumfries House’ Sunday 21 The Lunch Club’s French Fantasy. Maria presents fabulous French cuisine.

Sat 27 and Sun 28 PIcton Castle’s Famous Christmas Market DECEMBER CHRISTMAS AT THE CASTLE Start the festive season by visiting our state rooms decorated for a Victorian Christmas. Saturday 4 Picton Castle Workshop - Christmas Wreath Making workshop. Storytelling by the Frost Fairy from 2.00 to 4.00 Saturday 11 Christmas Table Centerpiece workshop. Christmas Classics in the Great Hall. Sunday 12 Cookery Masterclass. Maria presents Christmas Canapes with Mediterreanean flair. Storytelling by the Frost Fairy from 2.00 to 4.00 Monday 13 December to February Half Term 2011 Gardens only open Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!

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Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Allt yr Afon Restaurant Telephone: 01437 741 225 Website: www.wolfscastle.com Email: enquiries@wolfscastle.com Open all year, 7 days a week Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day A warm welcome, accompanied by good service and excellent food, awaits at one of the county’s premier hotels and restaurants. Located in the beautiful midPembrokeshire countryside, ideal for excursions throughout the county. Member of Welsh Rarebits. AA Rosette for good food. Restaurant and Bar open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.

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St Davids and surrounding area St Davids and surrounding area Where better to celebrate St David’s day on March 1st than in Britain’s smallest city? St Davids may only have 2,000 people but it boasts a cathedral, Bishops Palace, Celtic cross, and a growing reputation as the Foodie Capital of the North. It also takes its place amongst the cultural heavyweights with the newly opened Oriel y Park, the Landscape Gallery, which aims to interpret the landscape and heritage of Pembrokeshire. For the more adventurous there is an array of water sports in which to indulge. It is also the only British city to lie entirely inside a national park, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This provides great walks, all year round, in the rugged scenery. The picturesque harbour of Solva, just down the road, offers woollen mills, arts and crafts shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes and pubs. It’s perfectly placed on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Exploring along this part of the path will reveal burial chambers, harbours and gulls galore.

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Espresso & Wine Bar, Restaurant & Ice Cream Parlour 11 High Street, St Davids, SA62 6SB Tel: 01437 721778 Website: www.bench-bar.co.uk Email: jo@bench-bar.co.uk Opening Hours: 7 days & 7 nights throughout summer Table reservations taken for evenings THE BENCH is an Italian style Coffee,Wine Bar, Restaurant & Ice Cream Parlour with internet access & a photographic gallery upstairs. A meeting place in the heart of St Davids.With starters, mains, & the days’ specials adjusted according to season accompanied with Gianni’s artisan ice creams made with organic milk from local Caerfai Farm. Internet access with wireless network.

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Cwtch Restaurant 22 High Street, St Davids SA62 6SD Tel: 01437 720491 Email: info@cwtchrestaurant.co.uk Website: www.cwtchrestaurant.co.uk Opening Hours: April to October – everyday from 6pm November to end of March – Tuesday to Saturday from 6pm Cwtch is a relaxed easy-going restaurant. The whole place is the best kind of stylish – whitewashed stone walls, oak floors and shelves of books set and apt backdrop for the intelligent unpretentious cooking. Come here and you’ll discover that our ingredients are always fresh, delicious and locally sourced. Cwtch has a big heart and a unique atmosphere. If you prefer food that’s good and honest we think you’ll love eating at Cwtch*

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The Refectory at St Davids St Davids Cathedral, St Davids, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA62 6RH Tel: 01437 721760 Website: www.stdavidscathedral.org.uk Opening Hours: Open 7 days a week. Please call us or visit our website for current opening hours & special events Home-made food, made from local ingredients, served in the stunning setting of St Davids Cathedral. Daily lunch menu, freshly made sandwiches and cakes, plus excellent tea and coffee. Please contact us if you would like to receive our monthly e-newsletter featuring special offers and forthcomming events: refectory@midshirecatering.co.uk

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D6 The Glass Studio, Broadlands Enterprise Park, Nine Wells, Nr. St Davids, SA62 6BR Tel: 01437 721357 Website: www.steverobinsonglass.com Email: info@steverobinsonglass.com Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm. Some Saturdays. Closed between Christmas and New Year. Advisable to call before making a special journey. Working glass studio with gallery area, selling stunning glass splashbacks, tiles, wall hangings, architectural panels, shell-form bowls, platters and more – all handmade on the premises. Meet Steve and discuss his work. Commissions undertaken. 38


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Saffron Fine Dining 20 Nun Street, St Davids SA62 6NT Tel: 01437 720508 Here in the tranquil setting of rural Pembrokeshire an explosion of flavour has just erupted. We at Saffron have created a menu to showcase the great locally caught fish, freshest of veggies and our meats come from within 15 minutes of our restaurant.

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Fishguard and surrounding area Fishguard and surrounding area North Pembrokeshire offers some of the most rugged, breathtaking scenery with stunning walks around the coastal path or dramatic views from the Preseli Hills. The town is still a humming port town with regular ferry links to Ireland. Visit the Last Invasion Tapestry, enjoy the Fishguard Leisure Centre with indoor Swimming Pool or indulge in award winning restaurants, tearooms, shops and pubs. Dolphins and porpoises are daily visitors to Fishguard Harbour and the surrounding coastline.

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Cartref Hotel High Street, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire SA65 9AW Tel: 01348 872430 Fax: 01348 873664 M: 0781 330 5235 Email: cartrefhotel@btconnect.com Website: www.cartrefhotel.co.uk Opening Hours: All year, 24 hours Cartref Hotel is a friendly, family run hotel in the centre of Fishguard, close to all town amenities. Licenced restaurant and residential bar. The magnificent Last Invasion Tapestry is just around the corner. All rooms en-suite, a family suite for five people. Garage available. Open for late ferry.

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A family run, family friendly restaurant with seating for 130 in four very well appointed dining rooms.We offer a full evening a la carte menu, full lunch and evening snack menus, daily specials board, and even a senior citizen two course lunch 6 days a week. We serve food 7 days a week, lunch times and evenings. Bookings taken for our popular traditional Sunday lunch.

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Ivy Court Cottages Ivy House, Llys y Fran, Clarbeston Road, Pembrokeshire SA63 4RS Tel: 01437 532473 Fax: 01437 532346 Email: holidays@ivycourt.co.uk Website: www.ivycourt.co.uk Opening Hours: 365 days a year Swimming pool open from Easter to November 1st. Ten cottages sleeping up to 54 people/children. Swimming pool open April-November. Tennis court open all year. Play area, football area, badminton & table tennis, separate games room. Twenty minutes from town centre, Haverfordwest. Twenty minutes from nearest beaches. Fishing, walking, cycling. 41


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Newport and Preselis Newport and Preselis

Newport, on the edge of the Preseli hills is an attractive, bustling coastal town. It boasts both a Norman Castle and Church, which stand proudly above this small medieval town on the slopes of Carn Ingli Mountain. The Preseli Hills are home to the bluestones of Stonehenge as well as stone circles, Iron Age earthworks and burial chambers. Walking in the Preseli Hills makes a refreshing interlude from the stunning coast path. The views from the tops seem to go on forever.

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Boncath Inn Boncath Inn, Boncath Pembrokeshire SA37 0JN Tel: 01239 842111 Email: glyn@boncathinn.org.uk Website: www.boncathinn.org.uk Opening Hours: Midday every day 365 days a year. Till: Monday to Thursday close 11pm, Friday Saturday close Midnight, Sunday 10.30pm Boncath Inn is a traditional village pub on the village square at Boncath, run by Glyn & Anne and family. A selection of real ales and welsh ciders and gorgeous home cooked meals and snacks awaits you, together with a warm welcome from Glyn and family and some of the local characters who make this pub a jovial and relaxing establishment. We are child friendly, good disabled access and excellent place to be whatever the weather!

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Clydey Cottages Penrallt, Lancych, Boncath, Pembrokeshire, SA37 0LW Tel: 01239 698619 Email: info@clydeycottages.co.uk Website: www.clydeycottages.co.uk Opening hours: Open all year In an elevated position with glorious views over the Pembrokeshire countryside. Luxurious cosy cottages with real log fires and full central heating. Enjoy the exceptional leisure facilities of an indoor heated pool with stunning views, sauna, gym, games room, new indoor soft play and outdoor hot-tub. Beauty treatments available.

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The Coach House, St Dogmaels Abbey Shingrig, St Dogmaels SA43 3DX Tel: 01239 615389 Email: n.siggins@yahoo.co.uk Website: www.welshabbey.org.uk Opening Hours: Opening hours open 7 days a week 10-4.30 Visitors are welcome to share the beauty and tranquility of the abbey and enjoy the welcoming ambience of The Coach House Visitor Centre. • Free entry ot the abbey and abbey exhibition. • Freshly prepared food using local produce. • Weekly local producers' market every Tuesday 9am-1pm. Year round programme of workshops and activities. • Quality gift and card shop.

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Croft Farm & Celtic Cottages Croft, Cardigan SA43 3NT Tel: 01239 615179 Email: info@croft-holiday-cottages.co.uk Website: www.croft-holiday-cottages.co.uk Opening Hours: Open months 1–12. All facilities open all year round Come and share in the delights of our glorious countryside, fresh air and fabulous local, unspoilt beaches of Pembrokeshire National Park and Cardigan Bay. Stay in one of our home-from-home, fully equipped cottages and relax in the beautiful indoor heated pool, jacuzzi, sauna and gym. We’ve friendly farm animals, play areas, colourful gardens and BBQ’s to complete the picture.

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Tafarn Sinc Rosebush, Maenclochog SA66 7QU Tel: 01437 532214 Fax: 01437 532793 Email: briandavies2@btconnect.com Website: tafarnsinc.com Opening Hours: 12pm – 11pm Closed Mondays Tafarn Sinc is located, snuggly, in the small rural hamlet of Rosebush, high in the heart of the Preseli Mountains. Enjoy our home cooked ham, faggots and the best tender juicy Steaks in Wales. Then return for Sunday Lunch. “Just like Mam used to Cook” In the Good Pub Guide.

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Trenewydd Farm Cottages St Dogmaels, Cardigan, Pembrokeshire SA43 3BJ Tel: 01239 612370 Email: info@cottages-wales.com Website: www.cottages-wales.com Opening Hours: All year round Short Breaks also welcome. Six immaculate cottages varying from romantic with 4 poster to spacious for larger families/friends. B&B also available. Pool (May to September), barbecue, play areas, farm animals. Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion Coastal Paths, Cardigan Bay, beaches, dolphins, outdoor activities/family attractions nearby. MEMORIES ARE MADE HERE!

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Pembrokeshire Tourism Open All Year 2010  

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