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4, Bishops Park House, Upper Lamphey Rd, Pembroke SA71 5JJ, UK – 01646 680070
Went paddle-boarding around the coast of Barafundle bay with Outer-reef as part of a stag weekend - best. trip. ever! Instructor was great with all abilities, views were spectacular, everyone made substantial improvement in the session and a great laugh! Highly recommend if you're in the area, affordable and well worth it!
Excellent place to rent a wet suit close to stackpole quay. They even went the extra mile to help me out by hiring out booties, thanks! Very helpful and friendly staff in the shop.
London Road, Pembroke Dock, Dyfed SA72 6TX, UK – 0330 838 9587
Good variety of stock but do find some items seem to be seconds but if good are faulty refunds are not an issue with or without a receipt
Like all new stores opened several months a go prices rising . But you can still get great offers Right Time Right Place
Hamilton Terrace, Pembroke SA71 4DE, UK – 01646 687017
When you walk in if you're my age the smell reminds you of that old relative you had to visit once every year or so. You might see something that takes you back to your childhood. It was once cheap and tacky. Now. Not so cheap. Worth a look if you want something quirky for the house. Otherwise a good way to spend 15 minutes explaining to the kids what something once did.
Nice chap we dealt with. Good selection of stuff
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Campsite, St. Petrox,, St Petrox, Pembroke SA71 5EQ, UK – 01646 622561
A wonderful "back to basics" campsite, we have stopped here twice now and enjoyed both times. If you are the sort of person who enjoys just turning up and pitching wherever you like, and spiders hovering above you in the rustic toilets but you still want a hot clean shower, this site is for you.
Cheap and quiet. Shower rooms and toilets a bit limited but adequate when we arrived mid week, mid July. No shops nearby. Without a car, this would be an inconvenient place to camp. Nearest pub is Stackpole Inn which is a 40 minute walk. I wouldnt recommend the pub.
North Lodge, Cheriton, Stackpole, Pembroke SA71 5BX, UK – 01646 683167
We stayed the first bank holiday in May in our VW campervan, we had an amazing time, very chilled and restful. We were the first to arrive and had the entire site to ourselves the first night! Stan was setting up all the pods and bell tents and was kind enough to let me have a nose in them, they are spectacular, such attention to detail and thoughtfulness of provisions. The bathrooms are great, there are 4 self contained pods with a wash basin, toilet and shower, perfect!. There is a wash room for dishes which also contains a freezer for you to freeze your ice packs. You can hire firepits and buy logs which makes for toasty evenings watching the stars. Nothing is too much trouble for Laura & Stan. They go out of their way to make sure your stay is perfect. We walked to the nearest pub the food is lovely, I recommend booking. We also walked into Pembroke, had a wander around the Castle and visited the Cake shop which had a huge selection of homemade cakes and cheesecakes! (although both are walkable there are no pavements and in some areas the grass verges disappear) The Lily ponds at Bosherton are amazing, as is the café in the walled garden. Our friends brought Kayaks and went down to the beach spending a lovely few hours exploring the caves along the coastline. We enjoyed our stay so much we are returning in August and have already booked in for next year!
A beautiful spot where campers and tents intermingle on this small quiet site with gloriously clean and luxurious washroom / toilet pods. Spacious pitches for tents (some with electric hookup) and HUGE fire bowls for hire which make for magical evenings under the moon and stars. It’s a low-impact site and there’s even food waste recycling. Ideally located for Lost Lanes of Wales #22: Castle and Cliffs ride which we came to do, and so close to the beautiful National Trust areas including Barafundle Bay (stunning beach for sand and swimming), Lily Pools, and Stackpole Gardens. Well worth going to Freshwater West beach (15mins drive) to watch the sunset.
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