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.
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 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.