Haven High Cottage
Dale, Pembrokeshire
Amazing Location In The Heart Of Pembrokeshire
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Pembrokeshire has a fantastic selection of attractions sure to keep the family young or old occupied for hours. In this section we will list a few of the most popular attractions Pembrokeshire has to offer, if you own or manage an attraction in Pembrokeshire that is not listed here please feel free to contact us to have your tourist attraction included. Heatherton Country Sports Park: Heatherton Sports Country Park is open all year. We cater for all ages and abilities, so if you're looking for a relaxing or sports filled activity fun day, or an adrenaline-fuelled, extreme adventure day, Heatherton has it! Heatherton has a wide choice of activities, ranging from archery, go-karts, maize maze to paintball! Admission to the theme park is free! www.heatherton.co.uk
Oakwood Theme Park: Wales' premier theme park, with more than 40 rides and attractions. The centre piece is Megaphobia, voted the No. 1 wooden roller coaster in the world. Other rides include Vertigo, a free fall experience, The Bounce - a scary vertical drop, Snake River Falls, Europe's largest water coaster and Hydro, a BIG water ride with an 85 degree drop. That's 5 degrees off vertical!. There are lots of smaller rides for younger children too. Evening entertainment is included in the summer. www.oakwood-leisure.com
Folly Farm Adventure Park: Wales' biggest farm attraction where you can touch and feed the animals, watch the cows being milked or even have a go at hand milking. There are falconry displays, extensive indoor and outdoor play areas, an undercover vintage funfair, the largest in Europe, a children's zoo and an illusionist show.   www.folly-farm.co.uk
Tenby Dinosaur Park: Truly a monster day out! Welcome to family fun that lasts all day, including Astra Slide, free 18-hole Adventure Golf, Off Roaders Circuit, Super Jumper Trampolines, Sand Diggers, Jungle Climb, Pedal Trucking, Disco Boats, Motorised Tractors and Orbiter Cars. Watch Out! When you take a mile long walk through ancient woodland, on boardwalks across swamps on the trail of our 30 prehistoric friends - watch out! Listen up! Complete the Quiz, but be prepared for surprises. www.thedinosaurpark.co.uk
Pemberton’s Chocolate Farm: Join us at the chocolate farm where you can smell, taste, drink, see, touch, listen to and absorb the full flavours of fine chocolate at our multi award winning chocolate workshops. The Welsh Chocolate Farm has brown tourist signs from the A40. You can find us 8 miles off the A40 from St Clears, Whitland or Narberth. The Chocolate Cafe, Chocolate Shops And Chocolate Factory are Open from 27th March till 30th October 2009.  www.welshchocolatefarm.com
Pembrokeshire is home to some of the best and cleanest beaches the UK has to offer, with over 50 beaches to choose from no other county has more Blue Flag Beahches or Seaside Ward Beaches, perfect for a great fmaily day out, surfing, playing, sand castle building or picnicing. Below is a very small selection for you to view. Click on any of the images below to enlarge them.
Whitesands Bay
Tenby South Beach
Tenby North Beach
Newgale Beach
Marloes Sands
Freshwater West
Broadhaven South Amroth
A Fantastic site full of information on all of Pembrokeshire’s Beaches is provided and developed by Pembrokeshire County Council. Click the logo below to have a look.
Caldey Isalnd: Caldey Abbey is the home of Cistercian Monks who farm this tiny island off the coast of Tenby and make the famous Caldey Island perfume and chocolate. The island can be visited from Easter to October (Mon-Fri, & Saturdays May-October). Regular boat trips leave from Tenby Harbour. There is also a medieval priory, lighthouse, post office/museum, gift shop and tea garden - as well as a glorious sandy beach, pleasant walks and spectacular views.
There are a selection of other boat trips available to some other beautiful islands that surround the Pemborkeshire coats these include: Skomer Island, Skokholm Island, Ramsey Island and Grassholm Island Click Here for more details.
Whales & Dolphins in Pembrokeshire: The deep waters off Pembrokeshire are a good place to see Cetaceans: Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises. Over a hundred Bottlenose Dolphins live, permanently, in Cardigan Bay, off the North Pembrokeshire coast, as do rather more harbour porpoises, their smaller cousins. During summer months, thousands of visiting dolphins can sometimes be seen, many with very young calves. Numerous Whales pass the tip of Pembrokeshire as they pass through the Irish Sea. Sightings of very large whales like Fin Whales are quite common as well as smaller species like Minke Whales.  Click Here for more details.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path: Lying completely within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Britain's only coastal National Park, the path passes through villages strung out along its length, and passes through Fishguard, Pembroke and Tenby. With scenery including winding estuaries, rugged cliffs and sheltered coves, there's 35,000 feet of ascent and descent. The complete path is 186 miles long ans runs from Amroth to St Dogmaels A fantastic website provided by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority can be found here.
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