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St Florence Attractions Bramleys Tea Room - All our food is home-made using the best quality ingredients, with an emphasis on local produce. A vegetarian menu is available and we can also cater Manor House Wildlife Park - New and exciting things are happening at Manor House; the park is undergoing a total transformation. Explore the five continents of Australasia; Afric Heatherton Adventure Park - Welcome to Heatherton, set in 30 beautiful acres of Pembrokeshire countryside this is the sports day out that offers something for every member of the The Dinosaur Park - Welcome to family fun that lasts all day, including Astra Slide, free 18 hole Adventure Golf, Off Roaders Circuit, Super Jumper Trampolines, Sand Dig Manorbier Railway Station - Manorbier railway station has direct links to Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Carmarthen, Kilgetty, Lamphey, Neath, Pembroke Dock, Port Talbot, Saundersfoo Carew Karting - Come and Try the Fastest karts in Pembrokeshire. Carew karting is a 500 meter outdoor tarmaced circuit. The karts we run for adults are 13hp thunder k The Lydstep Tavern - Pub located in Lydstep, between Manorbier and Tenby, in Pembrokeshire. Lydstep Beach - Lydstep beach or Lydstep Haven is located between Manorbier and Tenby on the south coast of Pembrokeshire, South Wales. It is a sand and pebbles beach Manorbier Castle - Manorbier Castle is most famous for being the birth place of the scholar, cleric, traveler, crusader and medieval politician, Gerald of Wales. Gerald The Cross Inn - Beautiful Home Cooked Pub Grub - Steak, Mixed Grill, Vegetarian - Local Fish Including Sea Bass - Sunday Lunch - Parties Or Functions Up To 40 - Sit O Penally Railway Station - Penally railway station has direct links to Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Carmarthen, Kilgetty, Lamphey, Manorbier, Neath, Pembroke Dock, Port Talbot, Sw Manorbier Beach - Manorbier’s second most popular attraction is its delightful beach. Sheltered by two cliffs on either side of its wide golden sands, the beach is ov Manorbier Beach Surfing - Manorbier Beach is a south west facing beach and has been known to produce some classic day's surf. Manorbier is a beautiful sandy beach, popular with Carew Cross - Magnificent eleventh-century decorated cross, probably commemorating Maredudd ap Edwin (d. 1035). This cross stands at the entrance to Carew Castle an 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 Tenby Marine - From luxury boat charter aboard the Kairos to MOD contract services, from RY to underwater video facilities, from jetski seafaris to sea life watches Lovespoons Workshop - Our story begins in 1969 with the carving of our first Lovespoon to mark the occasion of our engagement. Our original intention as a business was not Tenby Golf Club - Tenby Golf Club is the oldest established golf course in Wales with its history going back to 1888. Its location on the south coast of Pembrokeshire Tenby Railway Station - Tenby railway station has direct links to Camarthen, Pembroke Dock and Swansea. Facilities at the station include public payphone, car park (please no 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 Silent World - Silent World is housed in an attractive 19th century chapel in interesting, if unusual surroundings. Our Aquarium and Reptile Collection offers a fa Tenby South Beach - Tenby South Beach is located between St Catherine's Island and Giltar Point in the town of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Tenby's south beach is Swanlake Bay Beach - Swanlake Bay Beach is a secluded shingle beach with sand exposed at low tide, situated in a bay and backed by low cliffs. The beach has excellent wat Art Matters Gallery - Art Matters is an extensive gallery showing original art by some of the best Welsh and British artists in a uniquely relaxed and welcoming environmen The Blue Ball Restaurant - The Blue Ball has an eclectic mix of customers, naturally it is very family orientated in the summer but it also appeals to the young trendy professio Audrey Bull Antiques (Tenby) - A beautiful, family owned antique shop selling a large variety of items including jewellery and silver. Worth a visit if you are looking for something Sea Fishing Trips - Tenby Sea Fishing Trips are ideal for first time fisherman and experienced anglers as well. We offer Fishing from 270 degrees on the deck area. | In Tenby North Beach - Tenby North Beach, is located between Monkstone Point and Tenby Castle in the town of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Tenby North beach is a sandy Tudor Merchants House - This late 15th-century town house is characteristic of the area and of the time when Tenby was a thriving trading port. The ground-floor chimney at t Tenby Sea Cruises - Tenby Sea Cruises offer a wide range of boat trips in Tenby, Wales and all our vessels and skippers are fully licensed by the Maritime Coastguard Agen Tenby Fishing - This well established business has operated out of Tenby for over 20 years. MV Summertime is licensed to carry 12 passengers and is fully equipped a Coastal Island Cruises - You have a choice of cruises from the harbour in Tenby (subject to availability between April and October). A 1 hour and 15 minutes cruise aboard 'I Waterwynch Bay Beach - Waterwynch Bay Beach opens into a large beach at low tide with several sandy bays. Waterwynch Beach offers excellent water quality (2008). The beach i Tenby Museum & Art Gallery - Tenby Museum stands as the oldest independent museum in Wales, serving the community since 1878. It was founded by a self appointed committee of loca Tenby Beach - Tenby Beach, in this case Tenby Castle beach, is located in the town of Tenby, in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. One of the best beaches in Pembrokeshi Saundersfoot Railway Station - Saundersfoot railway station has direct links to Pembroke Dock and Swansea. Facilities at the station include step free access to all platforms, custo 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. Saundersfoot Pleasure Boats - Saundersfoot offers you a range of pleasure boat trips – from ‘sport’ and mackerel fishing to seal watch trips and coastal cruises using MCA sur St Issell's Church - St. Issell's is an ancient parish, older than the village. The name dates back to the early Christian period when Welsh saints were evangelising in th Saundersfoot Beach - Saundersfoot beach in the village of Saundersfoot is located between Tenby and Amroth in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. It is a popular sandy beach situa 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 Lamphey Railway Station - Lamphey railway station has direct links to Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Carmarthen, Kilgetty, Manorbier, Neath, Pembroke Dock, Port Talbot, Saundersfoo St Marys Church Begelly - St Mary's Church, Begelly, stands in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. The 13th Century church is one of Pembrokeshire’s hidden gems, yet with Pembrokeshi Avondale Glass - A visit to Avondale Glass in Kilgetty is a unique experience. Admission is free and you will enjoy a fascinating demonstration, with a step-by-ste Kilgetty Railway Station - Kilgetty railway station has direct links to Pembroke Dock and Swansea. Facilities at the station include a customer service desk and lost property ar Caldey Island - A pleasant boat trip from Tenby Harbour takes you to this beautiful and fascinating island. Caldey has been inhabited since the Stone Age, and has bee Coppet Hall Beach - Coppet Hall Beach is a small sandy beach with good water quality (2008). The beach is located in the south of Pembrokeshire in Saundersfoot Bay betwee Folly Farm - Get up close to an amazing variety of exotic creatures in Folly Farms spectacular zoo! Now home to over 200 exotic animals, Folly Farms zoo is ra
Attractions near St Florence
Bramleys Tea Room
Manor House Wildlife Park
Heatherton Adventure Park
The Dinosaur Park
Manorbier Railway Station
Carew Karting
The Lydstep Tavern
Lydstep Beach
Manorbier Castle
The Cross Inn
Penally Railway Station
Manorbier Beach
Manorbier Beach Surfing
Carew Cross
Carew Castle
Tenby Marine
Lovespoons Workshop
Tenby Golf Club
Tenby Railway Station
Carew Tidal Mill
Silent World
Tenby South Beach
Swanlake Bay Beach
Art Matters Gallery
The Blue Ball Restaurant
Audrey Bull Antiques (Tenby)
Sea Fishing Trips
Tenby North Beach
Tudor Merchants House
Tenby Sea Cruises
Tenby Fishing
Coastal Island Cruises
Waterwynch Bay Beach
Tenby Museum & Art Gallery
Tenby Beach
Saundersfoot Railway Station
Lamphey Bishop's Palace
Saundersfoot Pleasure Boats
St Issell's Church
Saundersfoot Beach
Freshwater East Beach
Lamphey Railway Station
St Marys Church Begelly
Avondale Glass
Kilgetty Railway Station
Caldey Island
Coppet Hall Beach
Folly Farm
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