Month: June 2010

I always like to bring dog friendly properties to the attention of my readers, as I really believe that using a little local knowledge can really go a long way, helping to emphasise details such as the walks, beaches and attractions nearby that all visitors love to embrace during their stay in Pembrokeshire. For today, I would love to explore the delights and history of Nevern, a beauty spot full of enchanting woodland, an arched river bridge and an early Norman church. Coed Cadw Cottage and it’s adjoining Farmhouse are nestled within the superb Nevern Valley just outside the village […]

What a fantastic few weeks we have had down in Pembrokeshire, the sun has certainly had his hat on. I suppose though for the dogs the heat isn’t so great, Jed has been clipped again. Although I can’t seem to adapt to him looking like a staffie, I do understand how much cooler it is for him. Mum loves it as there isn’t half the hair caught up in the carpets! I took Jed down to the estuary on Sunday night, it is only around a half hour walk from mum and dad in Cosheston. I waited though until about […]

The fabulous weather continues and as I said in my last post, there is so much more to do at this time of year than sit in front of a huge flat screen watching the football (controversial, I know.) If Pembrokeshire’s beaches aren’t quite your thing, this is also the perfect time of year to visit the many beautiful gardens in the county – from the more well-known such as Picton Castle and Colby Woodland Gardens to the most hidden and secret of gardens. Many gardens throughout Pembrokeshire open their gates to the public throughout the summer and this Saturday […]

I doubt that anyone can have escaped the fact that the world cup kicks off this Friday – it’s all everyone was talking about here in our staffroom over lunch today (and was met with a rather glazed look from me.) Leanne has organised a world cup sweepstake and Sarah has been collecting football stickers – I may be in the minority but will be doing everything I can to avoid anything vaguely football related over the next month! Sadie is in agreement. Pembrokeshire is the ideal place to sit it out – local pubs are showing the matches but […]

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