Manorbier castle is a norman castle built at the end of the 11th century.
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Things to do
A great beach for sunbathing, and for children playing with buckets and spades and exploring the many rock pools, plenty of sheltered areas can be found. This is a stunning little waterfall in one corner of the beach.
This sandy beach is just 1.5 miles from the caravan park. You can take a lovely country walk (it takes about 30/40 minutes) to get there or you can take the car and park it in the beach car park. The beach is popular with surfers and has plenty of sand, rocks/rock pools to keep little ones entertained.
Saundersfoot harbour and beach
Tenby Market, The Old Market Hall, High Street, Tenby.
In the centre of the pretty Welsh seaside town of Tenby is a daily indoor market selling a wide variety of local produce ranging from fresh fish and meat to fruit and vegetables and bread. The market hall also has a huge mural which was painted by a local artist, Eric Bradforth, and which depicts events in Tenby’s interesting history such as the building of the town walls and the advent of the railway during the Industrial Revolution.
Carew Sunday market & car boot sale, Carew airfield. The entrance is on the A477 roundabout near Sageston. Opens to buyers 9AM.
Pembroke Farmers Market, Saturdays9:30am - 1:30pm in Pembroke Town Hall.
Contact Elizabeth Gossage on Telephone 01646 680090 for more details.
Pembroke W. I. Farmers Market Thursdays in Pembroke Town Hall 9:30am - 1pm. Contact 01646 684250 for further details.
Manorbier Country Market-
Every Wednesday morning 10 - 12pm April - September in Jameston Mission Hall (behind Swanlake Inn, Jameston).
Cakes & savouries, preserves, fresh garden produce, plants & flowers, arts & crafts, and much more.
Convenience store stocking a large variety of groceries and also has a swim/surf shop. Cash point machine available in store.
You may place an add here, list your event or business here
The Bosherston Lakes on the Stackpole estate are well worth a visit. Admission is free, National Trust car park fees apply although at times you may be able to find a free parking space just outside. Further details available here.
Manor House Wildlife Park is one of our favourite places to visit, there is always plenty to keep everyone occupied. It's one of the few places that we find is suitable for young and old. This can sometimes be a problem when you have different age ranges within a family. If the weather is good there is a lovely grassed area to relax in whilst the children can run around and play. For the past few years there have been space hoppers for the children to play on which has provided much amusement, even I must say for some older teens!