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Pembroke Dock Attractions
Pembroke Dock Railway Station - Pembroke Dock railway station has direct links to:|
Wales: Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Carmarthen, Kilgetty, Lamphey, Manorbier, Neath, Pembroke Doc Treen Box Antiques - A wide range of unusual antiques and pre-1950s Furniture. Specialising in upholstered and woodden chairs , particularly individuals and sets. Restorat Pembrokeshire National Park - The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park was designated in 1952. Along with the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia, it's one of three national parks in Wales. Pembrokeshire Adventure Centre - Set on the banks of the River Cleddau, a stones throw from the UK's only coastal national park; Pembrokeshire Activity Centre is the perfect venue for Neyland Slip Beach - Neyland Slip beach in Neyland, Pembrokeshire is a slipway and beach area. Neyland was a busy harbour and fishing village in the parish of Llanstadwe Pembrokeshire Adventure Centre - CANOEING. Pembrokeshire Watersports is a Pembrokeshire County Council, non profit making project committed to delivering high quality watersports trai South Pembrokeshire Golf Club - South Pembrokeshire Golf Club, a Pembrokeshire Golf Course, is situated on a hilltop overlooking the town of Pembroke Dock on the opposite side of th River Cleddau -
The River Cleddau (Welsh: Afon Cleddau) is in Pembrokeshire, west Wales. The Cleddau is made up of the Eastern and Western Cleddau rivers and the co Dale Sea Safari - Visit the islands of Grassholm, Skomer, and Skokholm. Spectacular wildlife adventure trips. Runs every day at 9.30am, 12.30pm, 3.30pm, 6.30pm from Ea Pembroke Castle - Pembroke Castle was founded by the Normans in the 11th Century. The original fortress, a wooden structure, was built by Roger de Montgomery in the 11t Pembroke South Quay - The South Quay Pembroke is adjacent to Pembroke Castle in Pembroke South Wales. Being in the centre of the town it is where people gather to hold sail Waterman's Arms - The Waterman's Arms is set in the town of Pembroke in West Wales. Our pub has both lounge and bar areas and we serve a good selection of snacks and tr Pembrokeshire Watersports - We offer R.Y.A Powerboat courses levels 1 & 2, sailing tuition and courses for sit on kayaks. Power Boat Tuition - Ahoy Pembrokeshire runs R.Y.A Powerboat courses levels 1 & 2. Our qualified and experienced staff willI equip our customers with the knowledge to Celtic Wildcat - Celtic Wildcat is a fast catamaran and is an ideal stable platform for fishing and diving. Experienced skippers Nick O'Sullivan and Tracy Smith have e Rose & Willow - Lunches & Evening Meals - Traditional Sunday Lunch 12 til 4 - Quiz Night Every Two Weeks - Live Music, Private Functions - Children's Play Area - Pembrokeshire Footsteps - Guided Walks in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Walk the coast path in 2008. Scheduled walks to take in the entire length of the coastline March t Powerboat Courses - Quadra Boats Sea School run R.Y.A Powerboat courses levels 1 & 2. We also run First Aid at Sea courses. Our instructors are fully qualified and w Claws Shellfish - 'If you want a fish in a shell - give us a bell!'
A family-run fishing business established in Wales in 1970s, we fish out of Neyland Marina, fishin Pembroke Railway Station - Pembroke railway station has direct links to:|
Wales: Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Carmarthen, Kilgetty, Lamphey, Manorbier, Neath, Pembroke Dock, Po Lamphey Railway Station - Lamphey railway station has direct links to Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Carmarthen, Kilgetty, Manorbier, Neath, Pembroke Dock, Port Talbot, Saundersfoo Lamphey Bishop's Palace - Extensive remains of a lavish country retreat used by the bishops of St Davids, with buildings dating from the thirteenth to sixteenth centuries. Dawn Till Dusk (Rosemarket) Golf Course - Dawn Till Dusk Rosemarket Golf Course is now in its twelth year. It was evolved by the Young family at Furze Hill Farm, on the northern outstkirts of Stackpole Church - Stackpole Church is situated in the village of Stackpole Elidor, otherwise known as Cheriton on the Castlemartin peninsula of Pembrokeshire, Wales. Th Milford Marina - Milford Marina is located in Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire on the beautiful south west coast of Wales. Providing superb shelter and access to some of t Carew Tidal Mill - The precise origin of Carew Mill is uncertain. It is possible that a mill worked by a mill leat running from the Carew River pre-dated the building o Welsh Seafoods Ltd - Welsh Seafoods Ltd, are a fish processing and fish selling business based on the Docks in Milford Haven, who focus on supplying Welsh fish to the loca Torch Theatre - For live shows, films, business and community events, craft fairs, arts workshops and loads of other things. The new Studio Theatre, sponsored by Mil Waterfront Gallery -
This unique 3,000 sq foot space showcases the best artists and craft
workers in West Wales. There is a permanent selection of our regular
exhib Milford Haven Railway Station - Milford Haven railway station has direct links to:|
Wales: Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Carmarthen, Haverfordwest, Swansea.|
North West: Crewe, Manc Phoenix Bowl - Phoenix Bowl is a lively and sophisticated ten lane 10 pin bowling centre, offering fun for everyone regardless of age or ability. Phoenix Bowl is an Milford Haven Museum - The Museum is housed in one of the oldest buildings in Milford Haven. Designed by Swansea architect, Jernigan, it was built in 1797 for the storage of Fisheries - Carew Castle - The magnificent Carew Castle has a history spanning 2000 years. Set in a stunning location, overlooking a 23 acre millpond, the castle displays the de Carew Cross - Magnificent eleventh-century decorated cross, probably commemorating Maredudd ap Edwin (d. 1035). This cross stands at the entrance to Carew Castle an Freshwater East Beach - Freshwater East Beach is a sandy beach backed by dunes and the surrounding headlands of West Moor Cliff and Trewent Point. The beach has excellent wat Stackpole Estate - In the south of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, between the villages of Stackpole and Bosherston. Beautiful and varied stretch of coastline, fa Pembrokeshire Rambling Club - Pembrokeshire Ramblers' Group was first formed in 1972, and we have 236 members. We have grown into a flourishing and friendly association of walkers
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