What to see and do

Well what a week we’ve just had here in Pembrokeshire. The weather has been unbeatable and spring is definitely here. If you have never been to Pembrokeshire during the spring time then you don’t know what you are missing.

Think quiet woodland walks, strolls along our stunning coastline and quiet Towns, Harbours and Villages waiting for you to discover them.

Newport our nearest Town (some 3 miles west of the Salutation) is an ideal place to visit from our Inn. There you will find cafe’s, shops, art galleries and so much more. We recommend a walk from the Town down to the Parrog and then across towards the iron bridge along the gravel footpath. Or if you are feeling energetic a walk to the peak of Carningli Mountain to enjoy the splendid views of the Pembrokeshire countryside and coastline.

North from our Inn brings you to St Dogmaels with it’s ruined Abbey and a little further again to Cardigan Town. On Wednesday, April 15 2015 Cardigan Castle will be opening it’s doors to the public for the first time in eons. See their website for a full break down of events for the opening. It looks like it will be quite an event! www.cardigancastle.com

Below are some spring photographs taken at locations nearby our Inn – just to whet your appetite.

Sea Pinks at Newport, PembrokeshireSpring sunshine at Cwm yr Eglwys BeachView from Mynydd Melyn at Dinas CrossBluebells blooming in Pengelli ForestWild Apple Blossom alongside the Nevern Estuary at Newport

Some Great Local Things To Do

With the Bank Holiday almost upon us we thought we would create a list of great things you can do within 4 miles of our Inn. In no particular order – just as we thought of them. Continue reading

Local Attractions in and around Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire can lay claim to being one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United Kingdom and is a great place for family holidays and activity based short breaks Continue reading

Neolithic Pembrokeshire

Just a few miles from our Bed and Breakfast Inn are many Neolithic sites well worth a visit. The closest of these being Pentre Ifan. Continue reading

Poppit Sands, north Pembrokeshire.

Poppit Sands is Pembrokeshire’s northern most beach and lies just a mile or so west of St Dogmaels Continue reading

Cardigan Town

Cardigan is some 8 miles form our Bed and Breakfast Inn and is easily accessed via car or public transport. Continue reading

St Dogmaels, north Pembrokeshire.

Some 7 miles north east of our Bed and Breakfast Inn is the town of St Dogmaels (Llandudoch in Welsh) Continue reading

Newport Pembrokeshire.

Newport is some 3 miles from our Bed and Breakfast Inn and is a picture perfect seaside town. It nestles below Carningli Mountain Continue reading

Nevern Village, north Pembrokeshire.

Nevern is about a mile from our Bed and Breakfast Inn towards Newport, to get there head west along the A487, at the crossroads follow the signs and turn right for Nevern. Continue reading

Felindre Farchog, north Pembrokeshire

Our Bed and Breakfast Inn is situated in Felindre Farchog, a small village in north Pembrokeshire.

At first glance you may think that it is a pretty sleepy village. This may be correct of present times but Felindre has a very colourful history. Continue reading