Pembrokeshire has the distinction of being Britain’s
only coastal-based National Park and it happens to
the warmest! It runs 225 square miles around the south-western
tip of Wales; extending into the Preseli Hills, the
source of the famous Stonehenge blue stones. The vast
range of activities available to visitors is truly
and here we have outlined broadly some of those that
may appeal to Seaview hotel guests.
Wales enjoys the highest concentration of castles and
fortified sites throughout Europe; its magical legacy
from the medieval period. The ancient Pembrokeshire
landscape provides a wealth of historic sites rich in
mysterious Celtic tradition, inviting you to walk the
path between past and present.
Pembrokeshire boasts more ‘blue flag’ beaches
than any other county in Britain with outstanding
beauty and stunning seascapes for all to delight in.
It is unrivalled for seabirds, an absolute paradise
for the wildlife enthusiast. Seafarers can enjoy an
abundance of water sports or catch sight of a seal
porpoise on one of the many boat or island trips. Walkers
can revel in the scenic splendour of the National
rambling across towering headlands, gentle wooded valleys,
windswept moorlands and high mountain crags.
Away from the coast, temptations and attractions abound:
from bustling theme parks to mouth-watering cheese
engaging galleries to mystical walled gardens; dare-devil
adventure parks to tiny picturesque villages offering
peace and tranquility amongst all the excitement and
visual splendour that is Pembrokeshire.
Here are just a few of the highlights that many of
The Seaview Hotel’s guests have recommended
during their visits to Pembrokeshire.