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A Little About Cosheston...

Cosheston is a quiet and rural little village, situated on an inlet of the Daugleddau estuary, 3 km north-east of Pembroke. 
Located near a few entry points to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, this area is full of interesting footpaths and bridleways to discover. The community of Cosheston is a friendly and close knit one, which has a small but steadily growing population.

Cosheston has a great village inn, serving tasty pub food and great ales in a traditional environment, families and well behaved dogs are always welcome.
Within a three mile radius you can access three fabulous award winning farm shops, two in Milton and one in Nash. Nash farm shop also offers a café which uses its own produce on the menu. The historic Carew Castle and Tidal Mill and seaside resort of Tenby are also both just a short drive away.

Cosheston is the perfect location for countryside rambles, rural tranquillity and a true escape from the outside world.

Places to visit in Cosheston...

The Brewery Inn
The Brewery Inn at Cosheston is highly recommended for it's good quality delicious food, at very reasonable prices. They welcome families and well-behaved dogs, as well as hosting quiz nights and live music.
Upton Castle & Gardens
Upton Castle is a charming Norman Castle which remains a private family home. The garden consists of 35 acres of listed historic gardens, surrounded by ancient woodlands. Within the gardens there is a rose garden,vegetables patch and fruit trees. The woodland walk is bursting with wild flowers and sometimes you can even spot the odd otter! Upton is a small castle, a knight's holding and a fortified mansion. It is thought to have been built in the 13th century by the Malefants, a Norman family who held it until the 16th century.
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