Things to See & Do
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From castles to gardens the area is rich in places to visit and for those with families wanting a more active holiday there are Oakwood theme park and Clerkenhill adventure farm which are 30 minutes away and a little further to the east you will find the National Botanic Garden of Wales and the restored historic gardens of Aberglasney. For the golfer there are several courses in the area, most of which welcome visiting players. The beautiful unspoilt coastline of north Pembrokeshire with its magnificent cliffs and small sandy coves is only a forty minute drive away. The wonderful beaches of south Pembrokeshire, where the sand stretches endlessly, are also close by and are ideal for family days on the beach.
Visits can be made to Welsh craft shops, potters and makers of silver jewellery. See the famous cathedral in St. Davids, Britain’s smallest city, and numerous castles, ancient iron age forts and standing stones.
Locally there are many family attractions such as....
- Dylan Thomas Boat House
- Glyn-Coch Craft Centre
- Costal boat trips-Dolphin and Whale watching
- Skomer Island-famous for its Puffins and bird life
- Riding Centres-English or Western style
- Steam Trains
- Clerkenhill Adventure Farm
- Oakwood Theme Park
- Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
- The Dinosaur Park
- Tree Tops Trail
- Heatherton Sports Country Park
- Manor House Wildlife Park
- Carew Karting