Asheston Eco Barns
Here are a few ideas for things to do around Pembrokeshire, when you’re staying here at Asheston Eco Barns:
Saints and Stones Tours We’d recommend a Saints and Stones tour, exploring the Pembrokeshire’s Celtic Christian inheritance – either tour the sites yourself, or book a guide. We have included information in your room pack.
Marine Ecology Tours Explore the county’s rich marine ecology with expert and lecturer Powell Strong, who knows a great deal about local whales, dolphins and seals, and where best to see them.
Archaeological Tours Book an expert guide from Archaeotours to show you the archaeological highlights of the Landsker, and beyond, from castles and hill forts to chambered tombs and standing stones. The wild and uninhabited islands of Ramsey, Skomer, Skokholm, Caldey and Grassholm offer great walks, spectacular views and wonderful wildlife. If puffins, seals and exploring stunning coastal landscapes are your thing, the islands are a must.
You can skirt the islands on a boat trip, or take a ferry boat over to explore them on foot. Contact Haverfordwest Tourist Information Centre for an overview of your options.
A pleasant boat trip from Tenby harbour takes you to Caldey Island, which is rooted deep in history. Inhabited by monks since the Golden Age of the Celtic Church, you can visit the monastery, watch the chocolate maker or explore the island on foot. Definitely one of our favourite Pembrokeshire days out!
Run by the National Park, Castell Henllys is a reconstructed Iron Age hillfort near Nevern, which delves into Pembrokeshire’s Celtic past. It includes replicas of Celtic round houses built on their original foundations. Great for kids.
Enjoy a Pembrokeshire day out surrounded by nature – The Welsh Wildlife Centre and Nature Reserve, in Cilgerran, includes wildlife trails overlooking the Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve. And don’t miss Llangloffan Fen nature reserve near Mathry, which is one of our personal favourites.
Blue Lagoon Water Park, Canaston Wood near Narberth has sub-tropical temperatures, super indoor waves, flumes and hot tubs, perfect for children of all ages and adults. There are also wet and dry cafe areas. There’s also a good swimming pool at Fishguard leisure centre.
Children should have a great time at this soft play centre in Merlin’s Magic, Haverfordwest. There are ball pools, slides, rope bridges and a safe area for those under 5 and a café for the adults!
Pembrokeshire’s wide range of theme parks includes Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, Clerkenhill Adventure Farm and Frizbee Golf Course, The Dinosaur Park, and many more!