We adore the undiscovered and unspoilt countryside surrounding the hotel ,along the Western Landsker. And the coast is within easy reach.
The National Geographic recently voted Pembrokeshire the second best coastal destination in the world. The breathtaking coastline is so important that the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Britain's only mainly coastal national park, was created to protect its wonders.
So, whether you want to lie on a beach, hike along the coast path, admire the wildflowers, watch birds and seals, walk the dog or simply have loads of fun, the coast is worth exploring.
Some of Britain's best beaches can be found here, including...
Barafundle Bay Beach
This is one of the most beautiful beaches you'll find. The steep climb down make it inaccessible to some, so the sands are often deserted. Unspoilt Pembrokeshire at its best.
An ideal place to learn how to windsurf, you can also hire all of the equipment and receive tuition down at Dale Beach. It becomes extremely busy in the summer and parking is limited. There is very little sand but the pebbles on the beach are small.
Little Haven Beach
Best enjoyed on a summer evening. Little Haven has a slipway as well as lovely small pubs on either side of the beach.
Lovely sand, rocky stacks and cliffs. The car park is half a mile from the beach.
You will always find space at Newgale, even on the busiest day of the year. The long beach is mainly sand and is great for surfing, swimming and kite surfing. It is also very popular with fishermen in the winter. There is plenty of car parking and the village includes shops, a café and pub.
This stunning wind-swept beach is large and sandy, with a golf course close by.
Traethllyfn, near Porth Gain
Otherwise know as Barry Island Beach, named after the Irish St. Finbarr, who once lived in the area. Traethllyfn is one of the prettiest beaches in the north of the county. There are many steps leading down to the beach, which is rarely crowded. Access is via Barry Island Farm.
Tenby - North and South Beaches
Tenby offers excellent sand and swimming. North Beach is a typical resort beach, with plenty of amenities. South Beach is very popular and can become crowded.
Whitesands, St. Davids
A large sandy beach popular with surfers, but sometimes unpleasantly busy during the summer months.