Pembrokeshire is a hub for cycling in the UK, and for very good reason! The beautiful scenery, mix of challenging and leisurely routes, fantastic stop off points and great food venues make for a great day out, whatever kind of cycling you enjoy. Pembrokeshire Council have put together this PDF which includes maps, routes and information on cycling in the County.
Cycling from Haverfordwest To Neyland on the cycle path is a great day out for the family. Suitable for cyclists of all ability and with great views and cafes en-route. The Neyland Marina makes a great spot to stop and take a break before turning around and heading home.
Nestled amongst picturesque views of the Preseli Hills is a Welsh Water-managed reservoir set in a peaceful country park of grass and mature woodland. Llys y Frân is a day out everyone can enjoy in a beautiful lake-side setting whether you are looking to fish, sail, walk, cycle or to enjoy the spectacular views of the 100ft dam and the surrounding countryside.
Carew Castle and Tidal Mill’s rich history spans over 2,000 years and tells of knights of the realm, kingmakers, Elizabethan intrigue and Civil War devastation.
Set in a stunning location overlooking a 23-acre Millpond, the Castle is one of the most architecturally diverse in Wales; from the west a Norman fortress, yet from the north a splendid Elizabethan mansion.
Coppet Hall is situated on the northern end of Saundersfoot Beach and that corner of the village’s golden sands is known locally as Coppet Hall beach.
Here the 170-mile-long Pembrokeshire National Park Coastal Footpath takes a rather unusual route through a tunnel from two former horizontal mineshafts or adits towards the coastal villages of Wiseman’s Bridge and Amroth. Children love this tunnel which seems to take them from one magical world to another, leaving a long stretch of golden sand behind, with another stretch of rocky shore before they reach the next golden beach at Wiseman’s Bridge. These features are legacies of the coal, iron and fireclay industries which once flourished here at the eastern extremity of the Pembrokeshire coalfield, which stretches all the way west to St Brides Bay.
Using local produce where possible, supporting local farmers, they promise to bring you the freshest farm ingredients and the most sensational flavours combined to give you the best pasties & pies that Pembrokeshire has to offer.
The cafe serves home-cooked seasonal lunches using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible, these include fresh Pembrokeshire crab, lobsters, Caws Cenarth organic cheeses, vegetables and salads.
The daily menu includes baguettes, panini, filled baked potatoes and a specials boards that changes daily. We stock Fairtrade speciality coffees and teas and a wide range of organic fruit juices and soft drinks.
The Qube Restaurant, located in the centre of Tenby has reached an exciting milestone with the completion of the refurbishment and rebrand. The Award Winning restaurant has become a well-known, trusted brand in Tenby over the years; its owners and staff are passionate about the Qube being an exciting and reliable place to dine. Local food, quality ingredients, great recipes are vital to the success of any dinner, celebration and special occasion. In November, the restaurant has unveiled its new look, created by interior designer, KD Designs Ltd.