Little Mead

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Holiday Cottage in Amroth

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Little Mead

A delightful old fishermans cottage situated just yards from the sea front at Amroth. Little Mead has been extended with the addition of a spacious, comfortably furnished sitting room which looks down the lane to the sea. There are further sea views from the first floor rooms.

Although only a small village, Amroth has a lovely sandy beach complete with rock pools and boasts three pubs and a restaurant. Popular attactions such as Oakwood Theme Park, Manor House Wildlife Park and Folly Farm are within easy reach by car. The National Trust Gardens at Colby are a pleasant half a mile walk from the cottage.

Little Mead is a great base for a family holiday.

Ground Floor: Sitting room, dining room, kitchen, wet room/whb/wc.

First Floor: Double room, twin room, shower room/whb/wc.

Heating: Gas central heating, gas effect woodburning stove.

Electricity: & Gas: £20 per week Oct - April, free May - Sept.

Parking: Private for 2 cars.

Facilities: Gas oven & hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV, DVD player, portable CD/radio/cassette player, garden furniture, barbecue.

Pets: No.

Website: www.littlemeadamroth.co.uk


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Little Mead Features

2 Baths/Showers
Access to Coastal Path
BBQ
Cot & Highchair Provided
DVD
Detached
Freezer
Full Central Heating
Garden Furniture
Has Parking
No Smoking
Pub
Sea/water views
Shop
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Towels For Hire
Washing Machine
Wet Room
Within a mile of the sea/water

Attractions near Little Mead

A seafront Bar&Grill located overlooking Amroth beach. Tom and Jack and the crew have taken over and transformed "the old cartwheel" and have given it a new identity. There are a huge number of features including an artificial campfire, a prison cage, a 2-storey pirate, A pirate ship moored to a jetty featuring a slide, wheel, mast, and sail Fort, A shipwreck covered in climb nets, a crow’s nest and Rope bridge. Smugglers is a new, themed, family restaurant and Pirates adventure play area. A great family friendly atmosphere with good quality food, which offers a warm welcome all year round. 


A beautiful peaceful setting for woodland walks and strolls around walled gardens. Colby Woodland Gardens is home to a host of wildlife including bats, dippers, otters and butterflies. Take the children along with a picnic, and let them built dens, play on rope swings and go pond dipping. Please note: Dogs on leads are allowed in gardens only.
Stepaside Ironworks originally opened in 1849, obtaining ore from the Amroth area and was transported by Saundersfoot railway. The Ironworks are now very much a ruins nowadays with the Engine Blasting House and the Casting House being more well-preserved.
One of 4 finalists in the 'Best Day out in Pembrokeshire' award, this family run outdoor activity provides a great day out for the whole family. Adventure and fun awaits you in atmospheric, jungle-themed woodland.  It's the most fun you'll have dressed in camo gear.  This award-winning activity is suitable for kids, teens and adults alike and experienced, fully trained & friendly staff are on hand at all times.

The 2.75 acre gaming arena is purpose-built and includes hides, huts, roundhouse & fort and plenty of natural cover.  In the midst of the wood lies the 'Prison', also known as the Maze, which was set designed in 2014 by leading designer of Dr Who & Torchwood sets.   

Birthday parties are very popular here with the consensus being "the best birthday party ever!", not just from the host but the guests as well.

Booking is easy - just phone 07777 671301 or email pembslivegaming@btinternet.com

Please visit our website for special offers: www.pembrokeshirelasercombat.uk  

The Good Trails is a Stand-up Paddleboarding school who are based in Saundersfoot and operate from Coppet Hall beach. Discover Pembrokeshire’s stunning coastal views and go deep into the Estuary with an experienced Stand-up Paddleboard instructor. All lessons are held in calm waters. It’s a fun and enjoyable way of discovering places that are only accessible from the water. Plus it is a sociable sport that can be enjoyed by the whole family or anyone from a group with different abilities. Shorty wet-suits & buoyancy aids are included. You can either book lessons or just hire the equipment. For advance bookings please visit their website or pop by into the shed at the far end of Coppet Hall Beach. Suitable for aged 8 years and above. 




Marros Riding Centre is a family owned and run establishment based in Marros, Carmarthenshire, West Wales offering horse riding for all abailities. Marros take both individuals and families on the woodland treks. For the more experienced rider, riding along the beach is available just a short distance from the stables. Lessons are also available for all levels of experience, from complete beginners up to very experienced riders wanting to improve their skills. Marros Riding Centre has horses suitable for beginners & experienced riders. Also on site at Marros Riding Centre is a floodlit indoor school, an outdoor school along with a coffee shop and gift shop.
Tenby
Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is the BIG day out, whatever the weather. With a spectacular zoo, friendly farmyard, adventure play and an enormous indoor funfair there is so much to learn about and enjoy. From farming fun in the Jolly Barn, where you can experience traditional farming methods first-hand, to learning about many exotic animals in Folly Farm's zoo, including endangered species from around the world. Relive the fun of yesteryear in Folly Farm's amazing vintage funfair, the biggest undercover fairground in Europe! Relax outside and watch the kids enjoy a high-seas adventure on the ships and other adventure play equipment or enjoy the indoors incredible ‘Carousel Woods' – Wales' biggest indoor adventure playground. Opening times and ticket prices vary throughout the year. 
Tenby Lifeboat Station is currently operated by the RNLI, and has two lifeboats - one a Tamar Class All Weather Lifeboat and another, a D Class Inshore Lifeboat. Tenby's Lifeboat Station is open to the public all year around, with a chance to take a look at the history of the station and the crews which worked there. You will also be able to spot the old lifeboat station (with the red roof) situated alongside the new - the old is not open to the public, however it is still interesting to view from the outside.

Tenby Museum is in a superb location atop Castle Hill, overlooking Caldey Island and Carmarthen Bay. The museum itself is home to a number of displays and exhibits including a maritime display, a Roald Dahl exhibit and a WWI exhibition. A really popular attraction is The Story of Tenby gallery where you can learn all about the local history of the seaside town. There are interactive activities and audio visual displays to keep the little ones entertained during your visit. Also making home inside Tenby museum is a library and archive, both of which store information on local history and natural history as well as many items which link back to the area. Inside the Museum is two art galleries which host a programme of changing works and exhibitions. Pay a visit to the shop where you will be able to purchase unique gifts and prints. or enjoy a trip to the coffee shop for a refreshing hot drink with a beautiful view. 

Caldey Island is one of Britain's holy islands. The Cistercian monks of Caldey continue a tradition which began there in Celtic times. More than a thousand years of prayer and quiet living have made this remote and beautiful island a haven of tranquillity and peace. The monks and islanders of Caldey are pleased to welcome day-visitors to share the delights of their island home throughout the summer season. You can explore the historic Old Priory and the medieval churches or join the free guided walk for a closer look at the island's heritage. You may like to drop in at the Video Centre to find out more about life in the Monastery. Visitors are also welcome to attend the one of the short chanted services in the Abbey Church, which form part of the daily prayer life of the monks.

A walk up to the Lighthouse opens up spectacular panoramic views of the Pembrokeshire Coast, Tenby and the Preseli Hills, the Gower Peninsula and Lundy Island. In the village you can buy the perfumes, chocolate and shortbread made on the island. The Village Post Office is also a museum giving an interesting insight into Caldey's history. Postcards and special covers are franked with the Caldey Island handstamp. A fleet of boats runs to the island from Tenby Harbour from Easter to October. These boats, which are licensed and strictly supervised by the Marine Coastguard Agency, are owned by local boatmen, many of whom are members of the crew of the Tenby Lifeboat. Please note: Crossing time is about 20 minutes and all trips are weather permitted.

Please Note: Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leads at all times and you need cash for the boat trip across. 

 

Beaches near Little Mead

Amroth

Amroth is a charming coastal village where time seems to have stood still. The long and sandy beach is peppered by a series of groynes that help protect the village from winter storms. The Western side of the beach, marks the beginning of the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which winds its way for 186 miles past each of the splendid coves, beaches and cliffs of the Pembrokeshire National Park.
Parking and facilities at Amroth are both good.
Saundersfoot

Saundersfoot’s large golden beach is a blue flag award winner and provides a perfect coastal escape for a wonderful family day out. 

This picturesque beach is partially framed by the impressive cliff side and also the stone harbour walls. Fantastic for swimming, water sports and sunbathing, this sandy stretch also benefits from toilet facilities, cafes, pubs and shops all close by

The main section of the beach has a dog ban from May to September, although if you have a dog with you, you can head along The Strand until you reach the tunnel, the dog ban is lifted from this stretch of the beach onwards.


Tenby North Beach consists of a sweep of golden sand, with occasional rocks dotting the beach, including the prominent Goscar Rock. The harbour and castle are at the southern end of the beach which is well sheltered from the prevailing winds. North beach is very popular with families with plenty of space for beach games. Dog restrictions are put in place between 1st May and 30th September, banning dogs from North Beach. 
Carmarthen

Pendine Sands is a 7-mile long, straight beach, smoothered in the most beautiful sand and edged by a belt of dunes. From the beach there are clear views across Carmarthen Bay to Gower and Tenby.
In the summer of 2000, Don Wales made history on this beach, by breaking the Uk electric land speed record in his vehicle, reaching a staggering 137mph.
Please note that it is always worth checking to see if the MOD are using the area for firing practice, around the time of your proposed visit. If they are, then red flags will be raised and part of the beach will be closed to the public (although the firing itself is a good distance away).

The mile long stretch of flat, golden sand that is Tenby South Beach is a firm favourite with holidaymakers. Plenty of space for a game of beach cricket or football as well as chasing a Frisbee! The beach is also popular with water sports enthusiasts as it is more exposed than Tenby North beach, it offers better surfing, windsurfing and kite-surfing conditions. Dog restrictions apply below the cliffs, east of the beach car park, between the 1st May and 30th September.
Penally
Penally beach is a large sandy beach, at the far end of Tenby's South Beach. The beach gives direct access to Coastal Path, taking you up to Giltar Point where the path continues towards Lydstep and beyond. Access to the beach is via a pathway from the car park near the train station, through the golf course and dunes. There are fantastic views of Caldey Island from Penally.
Priory Bay beach is a gorgeous beach on Caldey Island. Access to the island is by boat from either Tenby Harbour or Castle beach depending on the tides. The boats run between Easter and the end of October - Monday to Friday and Saturday during June, July, August, however the island is closed on Sunday. Its is a wonderful beach for families with plenty of space to run around, build sand castles and the perfect spot for a picnic. Dogs are welcomed on the island but must be kept on leads at all times.
Lydstep Haven is a picturesque village with a sand and shingle beach, located just over 3 miles from Tenby on the Pembrokeshire coast. It is very popular with swimmers and water sports enthusiasts and there is a great view of Caldey Island from the beach.
Skrinkle Haven beach is a sandy/shingly cove between Old Castle Head and Lydstep Point, 1 mile south-east of Manorbier village. Skrinkle Haven is accessed via its neighbour, Church Doors which is a little cove with two high-arched caves in the cliffs which resemble the doors of a church. The two coves are separated by a tall thin limestone ridge. At low tide it is possible to walk around the ridge, but only for a short period of time. There is also a narrow cave linking the two coves - care is needed as the cave is slippery and one end is in a rock pool. Access to Church Doors is via 140 metal steps.
Manorbier
One of the prettiest beaches in Pembrokeshire, overlooked by the impressive medieval Manorbier Castle and the 12th century church. The beach itself is sandy, with rocks and rockpools at either end and a pebble bank along the high tide mark, and is very popular with surfers. It is home to a stone cromlech known as the King's Quoit. To find it, follow the signs from the A4139 onto the B4585. Parking is available in a National Trust Car Park above the beach and along the low cliff at the northern end of the beach. Toilets can be found in the large car park and shops and a pub in the village.

 

Places To Drink near Little Mead

If a peaceful country pub besides the sea is what you're looking for, the Amroth Arms is the place for you. This pub overlooks the bay, and offers homemade lunches, real ales, premium lagers & wines. Fancy a pint whilst watching the game? Fear not - this pub has Sky Sports HD! Children's menus and daily specials available, along with Sunday lunch each week between 12pm and 2pm. Please note: Vegetarian and dietary requirement options available on request. Dogs welcome.

A seafront Bar&Grill located overlooking Amroth beach. Tom and Jack and the crew have taken over and transformed "the old cartwheel" and have given it a new identity. There are a huge number of features including an artificial campfire, a prison cage, a 2-storey pirate, A pirate ship moored to a jetty featuring a slide, wheel, mast, and sail Fort, A shipwreck covered in climb nets, a crow’s nest and Rope bridge. Smugglers is a new, themed, family restaurant and Pirates adventure play area. A great family friendly atmosphere with good quality food, which offers a warm welcome all year round. 


Amroth
The New Inn, Amroth is a 16th Century family run pub offering traditional home cooked food and real ales. They have a kiddies corner where the kids can help themselves to reading books, puzzles or colouring-in books, they also have a full children's menu and cater for dietary needs. The bar area has a open log fire and the still has the original kitchen to the farmhouse. The main bar area has a log burner so you can relax in a warm and relaxed surrounding. Please note: Dogs are allowed outside, but only allowed in the bar area of the pub.
Wisemans Bridge
Wisemans Bridge Inn is a classic tradtional pub with an old bar, contemporary lounge and terrace overlooking the sandy beach. Enjoy food in a garden which goes right down to the beach. There is a wide selection of choices on the menu including fresh fish, vegetarian options with a bar snack and evening meals. Parking is available along the beach front and with Wisemans Bridge beach being dog friendly all year round, dogs are welcome in the front garden and the old bar area. Please note: There is a small charge for using the Wifi.
Saundersfoot
The Old Chemist Inn is a Family pub and restaurant located in the heart of Saundersfoot. It has a large beer garden which provides direct access onto Saundersfoot's award winning beach. Serving good home-cooked food, daily local fresh fish specials and parties catered for in their restaurant or cellar bar. They serve real ales and have a happy hour between 4-6pm. Live music throughout the main summer months. Please Note: Dogs are welcome in our beer garden and bar area only.
Saundersfoot

A lively cafe only a stonesthrow away from Saundersfoot beach serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks g with a terrace overlooking the beach. Occasional live music.


Saundersfoot
The Royal Oak is a Lively pub in the heart of Saundersfoot which has a lot of history and character. It has a variety of Lunch time snacks, traditional menu, A Le Carte menu, specials board and children's menu They have a extensive wine list and serve real ales. Sunday roasts are also available but its advisable to book in advance. Seats available outside so you can watch the world go by!
Saundersfoot

The BoatHouse is a brand new restaurant in Saundersfoot which opened its doors for the first time in July 2016!Its a  family friendly relaxed Bar & Restaurant in the heart of Town. They have a passion for local fresh produce and this is shown throughout our food. Specialising in a grill style menu and fresh local fish specials and working closely with local suppliers to get in the best ingredients to make up the homely menu. The bar offers a range of wine, ales and cocktails on top of the usual beers and spirits. Catering for large parties and special occasions and open for lunch and evening meals

Saundersfoot

The Marina is located on Saundersfoot harbour and is a modern fish and chip restaurant where you can order traditional fish and chips with real ale beer batter or have a piece of fresh fish grilled with a salad. You may wish to eat your fish with a glass of wine or bottle of beer in the restaurant or take it away to the beach.

A full menu is available to view on their website.

The Captain's Table is situated right on the harbour in Saundersfoot offering a selection of Real Ales as well as a large menu, including Sunday lunch, a la carte as well as light bites. All meals provided either in the restaurant or outside under the sail canopies in our harbourside beer garden. Big Multi Screen satellite TV showing all the popular sports matches and live music during the summer on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

 

Places To Eat near Little Mead

If a peaceful country pub besides the sea is what you're looking for, the Amroth Arms is the place for you. This pub overlooks the bay, and offers homemade lunches, real ales, premium lagers & wines. Fancy a pint whilst watching the game? Fear not - this pub has Sky Sports HD! Children's menus and daily specials available, along with Sunday lunch each week between 12pm and 2pm. Please note: Vegetarian and dietary requirement options available on request. Dogs welcome.

A seafront Bar&Grill located overlooking Amroth beach. Tom and Jack and the crew have taken over and transformed "the old cartwheel" and have given it a new identity. There are a huge number of features including an artificial campfire, a prison cage, a 2-storey pirate, A pirate ship moored to a jetty featuring a slide, wheel, mast, and sail Fort, A shipwreck covered in climb nets, a crow’s nest and Rope bridge. Smugglers is a new, themed, family restaurant and Pirates adventure play area. A great family friendly atmosphere with good quality food, which offers a warm welcome all year round. 


Amroth
The New Inn, Amroth is a 16th Century family run pub offering traditional home cooked food and real ales. They have a kiddies corner where the kids can help themselves to reading books, puzzles or colouring-in books, they also have a full children's menu and cater for dietary needs. The bar area has a open log fire and the still has the original kitchen to the farmhouse. The main bar area has a log burner so you can relax in a warm and relaxed surrounding. Please note: Dogs are allowed outside, but only allowed in the bar area of the pub.
Wisemans Bridge
Wisemans Bridge Inn is a classic tradtional pub with an old bar, contemporary lounge and terrace overlooking the sandy beach. Enjoy food in a garden which goes right down to the beach. There is a wide selection of choices on the menu including fresh fish, vegetarian options with a bar snack and evening meals. Parking is available along the beach front and with Wisemans Bridge beach being dog friendly all year round, dogs are welcome in the front garden and the old bar area. Please note: There is a small charge for using the Wifi.
Saundersfoot
Coast is a restaurant located right on the shoreline,metres away from the lovely golden sands of Coppet Hall, making the views breathtaking! They use locally sourced Pembrokeshire ingredients to creating dishes of style and creativity. Choices of brunch,lunch and dinner menus available. They welcome Children and provide colouring on the back of their children's menu to keep them entertained while you sit back and enjoy a glass of champagne or a glass of sparkling wine. Lots of events and theme nights throughout the season. Please visit their website for more information.
Saundersfoot
The Old Chemist Inn is a Family pub and restaurant located in the heart of Saundersfoot. It has a large beer garden which provides direct access onto Saundersfoot's award winning beach. Serving good home-cooked food, daily local fresh fish specials and parties catered for in their restaurant or cellar bar. They serve real ales and have a happy hour between 4-6pm. Live music throughout the main summer months. Please Note: Dogs are welcome in our beer garden and bar area only.
Saundersfoot

A lively cafe only a stonesthrow away from Saundersfoot beach serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks g with a terrace overlooking the beach. Occasional live music.


Saundersfoot
The Royal Oak is a Lively pub in the heart of Saundersfoot which has a lot of history and character. It has a variety of Lunch time snacks, traditional menu, A Le Carte menu, specials board and children's menu They have a extensive wine list and serve real ales. Sunday roasts are also available but its advisable to book in advance. Seats available outside so you can watch the world go by!
Saundersfoot
The Beachside Barbecue formally known as The Mermaid Restaurant is all about Brisket, Ribs, Chicken and Fish. Featuring melt in the mouth, “low and slow” authentic barbecue cooked in our Hard Wood Pit Smoker (all the way from the USA) and a Lump Wood Charcoal Oven. Located in Saundersfoot with breathtaking views overlooking the beach and harbour. The restaurant has a clean and contemporary feel which extends outdoors onto a sunny patio area. Its a great family friendly restaurant.
Saundersfoot
The Kookaba Restaurant is a friendly, family owned, vibrant environment in the centre of Saundersfoot offering food with an Australian theme. A wide selection of Aussie foods are available from burgers, pizza's steak and ribs. Or if you fancy trying something a bit more unusual you can try kangaroo, ostrich, and barramundi. They also have childrens menus and a wide selection of beers and Australian wines.

 

Events near Little Mead

Pembrokeshire Fish Week

Saturday 24 June 2017 - Sunday 02 July 2017

The wait is over! Pembrokeshire Fish Week is back! This festival celebrates the very best of quality seafood caught locally as well as other local produce, and the local producers and businesses involved in the food and fishing industries within Pembrokeshire. Events happen all across the county the whole week long. Enjoy cookery demonstrations, boat trips, Take part in fish filleting workshops, seaside foraging, coastal walks, beach fun days and fishing adventures!The 2017 festival kicks off with a brand new event in the estuary village of Lawrenny on the 24th, followed by a fun day at Scolton Manor on the 25th which will celebrate the county's maritime heritage. There will a celebratory family fay at the Parrog in Goodwick on the 1st July plus a Saundersfoot Harbour Festival on the 2nd. Please see www.pembrokeshirefishweek.co.uk

Long Course Weekend

Friday 07 July 2017 - Sunday 09 July 2017

The triathlon with a difference is back once again! Spread across the three days, the Wales Swim takes place on the Friday night on Tenby North Beach, the Sportive on the Saturday and the Marathon on the Sunday. Athletes can opt for just one event or all three meaning everyone who wants to can get involved! Children can even get involved on the Friday in the Taff Kids event! It really is a great event with an exciting atmosphere, athletes and supporters are encouraged to get involved for the whole weekend!

Carmarthen River Festival

Saturday 08 July 2017

Once again, Carmarthen hosts their annual River Festival! Due to be an action-packed afternoon, this year's River Festival will host various demonstrations and river-based activities including raft races, as well as dryside fun and even a zip wire!

Powerboat Championship

Friday 14 July 2017 - Sunday 16 July 2017

Milford Haven will host the Welsh Grand Prix for the adrenalin fuelled Powerboat P1 National Championships. Centred around the new Milford Waterfront development, this will be the only venue in Wales to welcome the powerboat racers. The racers will use Milford Waterfront as their base providing spectators with superb opportunities for watching the race and enjoying the exciting build up activities, events and hospitality.Tel: 01646 696100. Email:  anna.malloy@mhpa.co.uk

Rock The Castle - Bootleg Beatles, Bootleg Beach Boys

Saturday 15 July 2017

Previously playing at Glastonbuy and the Queens Jubilee ,The Bootleg Beatles will be making their way to Pembroke this July 15th for a fantastic night of music! The Bootleg Beatles will be supported by the Bootleg Beach Boys., the Show will start at 4 pm and tickets are available online at http://pembroke-castle.co.uk/tickets now.

Classic Transport Day

Sunday 16 July 2017

Head to the Gwili Steam Railway near Carmarthen on the 16th July when they will be hosting their annual display of classic cars. Vehicles on display will include classic cars, motorcycles, buses, steam locomotives, commercial vehicles and agricultural vehicles. You can also visit their 1910 fully restored working signal box, ride the heritage steam train as many times as you wish and tour the fully restored 1950s travelling post office. Light refreshments are available all day, and there is also a picnic area for you to take advantage of. 

Pagoda Project in concert

Wednesday 26 July 2017

Folk and jazz fusion from Paul Hutchinson (Belshazzar's Feast, Hoover the Dog) and Karen Wimhurst of Cauld Blast Orchestra. Hear them in the evocative setting of a 200-year-old country chapel.  Event Contact Details:  Main Street Music Pembroke. Tel: 01646 621530. Email: burnettshill@btinternet.com. Tickets £10.

St James’ Church Manorbier Summer Fete

Thursday 27 July 2017

A fete in the grounds of Manorbier Castle with stalls, amusements and refreshments

Queen Bee Carnival

Saturday 29 July 2017

Narberth will be hosting their very own Queen bee Carnival on the 29th July, they aim to raise awareness for the important role of bees in our ecosystem. The carnival will display a swarm of worker bees chasing their queen bee down Narberth High Street with their own movable meadow. Entry is completely free and the carnival procession begins at 2pm on Saturday 29 July.

Tenby's Round Table Summer Spectacular

Sunday 30 July 2017 - Tuesday 30 August 2016

Tenby Round Table are delighted to host Tenbys Summer Spectacular of 2017! Held in Tenby Harbour and ending with fireworks at 10pm on Sunday 30th of July. With a variety of food and drink, stalls from 3pm.

Wings over Carew

Saturday 05 August 2017

A festival celebrating everything military at Carew Airfirld at Carew Cheriton control Tower. Featuring many exhibits including a Real Spitfure, vintage military vehicles, classic cars, the emergency services, military bands, fairground rides, craft workshops and face painting for the children. he highlight of the event will be the RAF Falcons Parachute Display Team, who jump on the Saturday afternoon, with the Red Devils, Army Parachute Regiment flying in on Sunday afternoon. Other attractions include a static spitfire with working engine, City of Swansea Pipe Band, RAF Cadet Band, military vintage and modern vehicles and many other attractions and stands! Admission charges will apply. Tel: 01834 811172

The Llangwm Literary Festival

Friday 11 August 2017 - Sunday 13 August 2017

Pembrokeshire's newest Literary Festival where they will be showcasing some of the best in writing on a variety of themes. In addition, they are hosting creative writing and art workshops for adults and children, "Poems and Pints" and lots more....

Pembrokeshire County Show

Tuesday 15 August 2017 - Thursday 17 August 2017

Pembrokeshire's County Show returns for another year! This annual event brings thousands of people to the Haverfordwest Showground each year. With a variety of crafts and stalls, there is also displays, exhibitions and performances to see! There is a whole host of agricultural machinery on display as well as livestock to see, a fair, and a number of horse and dog shows. Of course there is also plenty of opportunities to meet and greet with local businesses, as well as sampling some great local produce on offer in the food hall!

Pembroke River Rally

Saturday 19 August 2017

Taking place from the Quay. The Mayor of Pembroke sails to Pembroke to exercise his right to navigate the river.

Camrose Vintage Working Day

Saturday 26 August 2017

A fundraising day for local charities, Camrose Vintage Working Day displays all kinds of vintage machinery for all to see and learn about how things used to work way back when. With entertainment such as Sheep Shearing and Folk Dancing, trade stands including those selling local crafts, and refreshments available - it's a great day out for people of all ages!

PAW Patrol appearances at Folly Farm

Sunday 27 August 2017 - Monday 28 August 2017

Folly Farm are giving their visitors the chance to come and see their favourite characters Chase and Marshall from PAW Patrol!  So bring your little superstars along to see the heroic pups at intervals on selected dates. And the best news? Our PAW Patrol appearances are included in the standard admission price to Folly Farm! Tickets: No special tickets required, included in admission price.

Saundersfoot Triathlon

Saturday 09 September 2017

Saundersfoot's newest triathlon is back for it's second year in 2017! Running the day before Ironman Wales, this triathlon is a sprint triathlon with a 750m sea swim, a 20km bike ride and a 5km run. The event is open to adults and children aged 14 and over. 

Ironman Wales

Sunday 10 September 2017

Ironman Wales returns to Tenby once again in 2017! This incredible event brings a whole number of athletes and supporters to the streets of Tenby and the surrounding Pembrokeshire villages for the weekend. The 2.4 mile swim kicks off the event first thing in the morning, before the 112 mile cycle takes place, before athletes complete the course with a 26 mile marathon. Whether you're an athlete or a supporter, the atmosphere in Tenby is like nothing else in the world - definitely a recommended event to attend!

West Wales Wool Show

Saturday 14 October 2017

The West Wales Wool Show in Narberth is a celebration of all things woolly. From beautifully hand crafted items, clothing and footwear to knitting wool, fleece and all the equipment needed to make at home. Demonstrations run throughout the day with stall holders sharing their skills and knowledge with visitors plus wool skill workshops such as felting. The main aim of the show is to support local wool producers and small craft businesses. Wool as a renewable resource is still undervalued and the show aims to bring this wonderful natural resource back into focus. The show is run by the Pembrokeshire Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers with support from PLANED. 

Tenby Rugby Club Fireworks & Bonfire Night.

Sunday 05 November 2017 - Saturday 05 November 2016

The annual Tenby Rugby Club and Tenby Rotary Club Fireworks Night. With burgers ,Bar, Kiddies rides, Hot Drinks, two firework displays, Bonfire, Mini rugby tournament. All profits to local charities, tickets sold on the gates.

Carmarthen Firework Bonanza

Sunday 05 November 2017

Carmarthen Round Table's Annual Fireworks Bonanza is back with a BOOM!!! Live entertainment, Large Funfair, Stalls and more. Family ticket is £15 (2 adults 3 children under 16), adult £5, child £3(under 16), under 3 free. Please note: NO SPARKLERS are allowed.

Tenby's Boxing Day Swim

Tuesday 26 December 2017

2017 marks the 47th year of the Annual Boxing Day Swim on Tenby's North Beach - a truly great event which really does get the whole community involved! Some embrace the holiday spirit by dressing up in fancy dress, as the event is given a theme each year! The theme for 2017 has yet to be announced , but it's sure to be a great festive event for all! Prizes are given for those in the best fancy dress, and for those with the highest amount of sponsorship raised - no entry fee, just grab a sponsorship form! For more information, see the website: http://www.tenbyboxingdayswim.co.uk/

New Year's Eve Fireworks

Sunday 31 December 2017

Celebrate the New Year in at Saundersfoot with a fantastic free firework display on the harbour at midnight!

New Year's Eve Celebrations

Sunday 31 December 2017

Tenby is known as one of the best places to welcome in the New Year. With an array of lively bars and pubs in close proximity and, of course, the famous midnight countdown in Tudor Square.

Saundersfoot New Years Day Swim

Monday 01 January 2018

A perfect way to start the year, whether you're taking part or just supporting! This event is all in the aid of charity with sponsorship coming from local businesses – everybody really does get involved! Each year they set a fancy dress theme to add to the excitement.

 

Historic Places near Little Mead

Stepaside Ironworks originally opened in 1849, obtaining ore from the Amroth area and was transported by Saundersfoot railway. The Ironworks are now very much a ruins nowadays with the Engine Blasting House and the Casting House being more well-preserved.
Tenby
Tenby Castle was originally built by the Normans in the 12th Century, of which only a small tower remains on the top of Castle Hill. The town walls however, which it is believed were built later on in the 13th Century, are impressively well preserved, with the east walls running complete to the Esplanade.

Tenby Museum is in a superb location atop Castle Hill, overlooking Caldey Island and Carmarthen Bay. The museum itself is home to a number of displays and exhibits including a maritime display, a Roald Dahl exhibit and a WWI exhibition. A really popular attraction is The Story of Tenby gallery where you can learn all about the local history of the seaside town. There are interactive activities and audio visual displays to keep the little ones entertained during your visit. Also making home inside Tenby museum is a library and archive, both of which store information on local history and natural history as well as many items which link back to the area. Inside the Museum is two art galleries which host a programme of changing works and exhibitions. Pay a visit to the shop where you will be able to purchase unique gifts and prints. or enjoy a trip to the coffee shop for a refreshing hot drink with a beautiful view. 

Caldey Island is one of Britain's holy islands. The Cistercian monks of Caldey continue a tradition which began there in Celtic times. More than a thousand years of prayer and quiet living have made this remote and beautiful island a haven of tranquillity and peace. The monks and islanders of Caldey are pleased to welcome day-visitors to share the delights of their island home throughout the summer season. You can explore the historic Old Priory and the medieval churches or join the free guided walk for a closer look at the island's heritage. You may like to drop in at the Video Centre to find out more about life in the Monastery. Visitors are also welcome to attend the one of the short chanted services in the Abbey Church, which form part of the daily prayer life of the monks.

A walk up to the Lighthouse opens up spectacular panoramic views of the Pembrokeshire Coast, Tenby and the Preseli Hills, the Gower Peninsula and Lundy Island. In the village you can buy the perfumes, chocolate and shortbread made on the island. The Village Post Office is also a museum giving an interesting insight into Caldey's history. Postcards and special covers are franked with the Caldey Island handstamp. A fleet of boats runs to the island from Tenby Harbour from Easter to October. These boats, which are licensed and strictly supervised by the Marine Coastguard Agency, are owned by local boatmen, many of whom are members of the crew of the Tenby Lifeboat. Please note: Crossing time is about 20 minutes and all trips are weather permitted.

Please Note: Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leads at all times and you need cash for the boat trip across. 

Be transported back in time at Tudor Merchant's House, a museum displaying a three storey house of a merchant in the year 1500. See the merchant's shop and working kitchen on the ground floor, with a living area on the first for the family., and sleeping chambers on the second. Braille guides are available. Please note: There are no toilet facilities.
Narberth
First recorded as a Norman Castle in 1116, Narberth Castle bears the legend that it was once a palace described in the mythical tales of Mabinogion. Unfortunately, very little of the stone structure remains but you can see that it was once rectangular in shape with circular towers. By the end of the 20th Century, Narberth Castle was derelict and so in 2006, renovations took place and it was opened to the public.
Narberth
Narberth Museum is a great visit for all the family, learn all about the history of Pembrokeshire's little market town. With it's own bookshop and cafe, you can easily spend an afternoon here learning all about local history.

Built in timber around 1100 by Gerald of Windsor, this now-ruined stone castle is a very popular historic attraction. The walk around the Castle and Tidal Mill is particularly popular with dog owners. The walk is a great free attraction, however there are admission charges upon entry to the castle. Carew Castle often hosts special events throughout the year, see their website for more information.

Please Note: Well behaved dogs are welcome inside the castle providing they are kept on a short lead. 

Carew Cheriton control tower museum, restored to original state as part of a community project. A lasting memorial to all who served on the airfield through two world wars. The airmen who main the supreme sacrifice during those years. A structure for educational use focused on school and group visits who are studying this period of modern day history. A tourist attraction offering a wartime experience.
Manorbier
Conquered by a Norman knight in 1003, this castle was initially built in Motte-and-Bailey before being refortified in stone. This castle is full of history after being attacked twice during minor wars and it was seized during the English Civil War. In the late 1800's, repairs took place on the building and castle walls. Please Note: Dogs must be kept on leads at all times.

 

Customer Reviews of Little Mead

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Its so Peaceful and the views down the lane looking out to sea are fantastic. We just love this cottage


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