Recent features

Author: Suzanne Ashworth

Suzanne is now enjoying realising her long-held ambition to work as a Community Photojournalist and to celebrate her passion for the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire. Usually accompanied by her Pembrokeshire border collie, Cwtch.

above the beach at Porthsele

Beaches of Pembrokeshire.

Porthsele. You must see this special place! Porth Sele is a favourite hidden treasure – a little known gem of a beach accessible from the coast path between St.Justinian’s and Whitesands. A gentle stroll from my regular holiday location at Trefeiddan, it is never busy although used by the lucky families staying at the Pencarnan […]

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Nash Mountain Farm

Home away from home for pets.

Award-winning boarding kennels and cattery. Choosing somewhere to leave your pets when you go away is never easy.When I lived in the north of the county I took Cwtch Collie to Llanstinian kennels, but was hoping to find another great place in the south too. Winner of 2018’s Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire for the best caravan […]

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woodlands at Hilton

Hilton Court Gardens and Crafts, Roch.

Pembrokeshire’s best kept secret in the heart of St Brides Bay Centred around the Victorian courtyard, Hilton Court’s stunning and scenic gardens are a delightful place to visit all year round. The tea-rooms and gardens may not be open in winter, but the yard and Gardeners Restaurant will be! Locally produced food, cooked from scratch […]

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Your local independent bookshop.

Victoria Bookshop, Haverfordwest. In recent years, many independent bookshops across the UK have closed,but the good news is that there is now a revival under way. Here in Pembrokeshire, we are lucky to still have some great independent booksellers and the easiest one to locate and visit is the Victoria Bookshop at 6 Bridge Street, […]

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From Neyland


Brunel’s railway town  – now a marina. Isambard Kingdom Brunel chose Neyland as the terminus for his South Wales Railway, but this was transferred to Fishguard in 1906, which led to the decline of this town on the tributary stream of the Cleddau opposite Pembroke Dock. Neyland continued as a railway working centre and had […]

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view from treffgarne Gorge

Treffgarne and Wolfscastle.

Pembrokeshire’s rocky gorge. As you drive north from Haverfordwest to Fishguard  for the first time(or the other way, of course!) you may be surprised to reach the spectacular gorge at Treffgarne – sharp bends and  a narrow sided valley with the road , river and railway line. Evidence of early settlements have been found here […]

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Falcon Boats

A Life on the Water.

Ffion and her team at Falcon Boats get ready for the new season. As the long grey winter finally draws to a close, Pembrokeshire’s many seasonal businesses are gearing up for the brighter days ahead. Ffion Rees, skipper of Falcon Boats, took some time out from her preparations to update us about plans for 2019. […]

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Preseli Mountains, Pembrokeshire

The Preselis.

Pembrokeshire’s mountains.   If you can bear to tear yourself away from Pembrokeshire’s beaches for day I would recommend a drive inland to explore the unspoilt moorland and fascinating uplands of the Preseli hills. Further south the pastoral farmland is enchanting too, but these hills offer a Welsh hillscape to delight in. On a clear […]

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airfield at St Davids

West Wales Walks – St. Davids Airfield.

Now a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The disused airfield of St Davids provides a very unusual and fascinating place to walk, ride or run. With panoramic views around the peninsula, this can be a wonderful place to enjoy the ever-changing skies of Pembrokeshire. With accessible paths and plenty of variety, this part of the […]

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towards Freshwater West

Beaches of Pembrokeshire.

Freshwater West. This wild remote beach can be found along the B4319 and is a surfers paradise – plenty of camper vans here when the surf is up and the sun is out! The Welsh National Surfing Championships are often held here. The huge beach has sand and rocky sections at the southern end, and […]

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