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A walk to the Answer Stone of St. Dogmael’s

In late February we ventured to Ceredigion, West Wales, for our first coast path walks outside of Pembrokeshire. Ceredigion is Pembrokeshire’s northern neighbour and the county boundary is the estuary of the River Teifi. We stayed at The Gwbert Hotel in the coastal hamlet of Gwbert-on-Sea, three miles north of Cardigan. The hotel is located directly on …

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Walk 10. St. Govan’s to the Green Bridge of Wales

On this walk from St. Govan’s we headed westwards across a remote, rugged and wild coastal landscape to the awesome natural rock feature the Green Bridge of Wales. The whole of this section is within the Castlemartin military range so access is restricted to certain days and planning ahead is essential. Starting from the car …

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Walk 8. Barafundle, Broad Haven South & Stackpole

This 5 mile circular walk starts at Stackpole Quay, covers 2 miles of coast path including 2 of the best beaches (Barafundle and Broad Haven South) on the Pembrokeshire coastline, then links with a nature reserve trail around the wonderful Bosherston lily ponds and Stackpole estate. Barafundle Bay is one of our favourite places in …

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Walk 7. Freshwater East to Stackpole Quay

We returned to Pembrokeshire in mid October, staying once again at the  Rosedene Guest House near Pembroke. It’s a really nice comfortable guest house set in a peaceful, rural location, an ideal base to explore this part of South Pembrokeshire. Our 7th short walk on the coast path is from Freshwater East beach heading westward to …

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