Nevern is a particular favourite with locals and visitors alike. It’s dramatic coastline gently gives way to a wide sweeping sandy beach. Pretty cottages hide down flower-strewn lanes and the walking is excellent.
Nevern village is a little-known beauty spot of quaint cottages, an arched river bridge and an early Norman church with a 1,000-year-old Celtic stone cross.
The local pub welcomes families and provides a good meal in the olde worlde bar or out in the garden. A lovely sun trap on a summer’s day.
If you choose the right season, the abundance of wild salmon and sea trout here can provide hours of sporting fun and an excellent local meal.
Situated in North Pembrokeshire, Castell Henllys is an extraordinary day out for anyone interested in history. With a reconstructed Iron Age Hill fort, Castell Henllys is set in 26 acres of woodland on excavated remains from over 2000 years ago. Particularly interesting is the three large replica roundhouses, the granary and forge.
The Trewern Arms and hotel is a 16th century building, situated astride the banks of the River Nevern.
It's a typical cosy country pub with stone walls and original beams. This riverside pub is situated in the Valley of Nevern making it a rather rural and secluded pub, with fishing off the river just across the road and popular woodland walks nearby.
Food varies from pizza to burgers, from steak to fish - all made with local produce.