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Tenby

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96,248,43

Laugharne

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41,101,0

Aberystwyth

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14,79,28

Carmarthen

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32,152,15

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

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48,181,0

Fishguard

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17,55,2

Narberth

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4,22,2

Saundersfoot

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4,18,11

Cardigan

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15,34,12

Pembroke

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18,98,8

Llanelli

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7,10,11

Burry Port

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7,24,1

Saint Davids

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14,58,1

Llandovery

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5,6,4

Lampeter

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10,66,5

Haverfordwest

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7,35,11

Solva

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2,8,0

Robeston Wathen

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0,11,0

New Quay

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4,19,0

Newcastle Emlyn

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1,2,1

Milford Haven

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0,0,1

Devils Bridge

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0,11,0

Aberayron

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0,11,0

Tenby

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  • fresh fish and chips

    Tenby Restaurants

    Best fish and chip shop I know. The fish is fresh and tasty, and the batter is crisp and not soggy; it comes apart from the fish as you eat it. Also, you can order fresh line and pole mackerel if they have it.

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  • The Clarence House Hotel

    Tenby Hotels

    My partner & I stayed at the Clarence House Hotel for two nights recently, & it was like stepping...

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  • HMS Tenby (01)

    Tenby Local Customs

    (J 34) - Bangor-class Minesweeper Two ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Tenby, the first was a Bangor Class Minesweeper (656 tons) and was ordered in July 1939 and built by Hamilton White of Glasgow; the ship was laid down in September 1939 and launched in September 1941. The ship distinguished herself in the Dieppe and D-Day Landings...

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Laugharne

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  • Lots of Things!

    Laugharne Shopping

    Nice shop in the square, filled with lots of things to buy from gifts to stuff for the home, there will be something that catches your eye here I guarantee it.

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  • Laugharne Castle

    Laugharne Things to Do

    Laugharne Castle is a magnificent castle holding a prominent position over the estuary of the River Taf. The original ringwork castle was probably established in 1116 by Robert Courtemain. The Castle passed through many hands of noblemen over the centuries, when it was captured, burnt and badly damaged. In 1247 the Castle was granted to Guy de...

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  • Laugharne Castle

    Laugharne Things to Do

    I first visited Laugharne Castle in February of 2009 I thought was the most impressive castle I have seen for a while, It towers above the small harbour and wetlands and really does look grand. I would love to go back when the weather is better to take some more pictures of it with the little stone bridge in front and because when we visited...

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Aberystwyth

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  • Kraxi in Aberystwyth

    Aberystwyth Shopping

    Fantastic shop with a wide range of gifts for all. I always make sure i visit to do all my Christmas Shopping. And they have now opened a new Homeware store.PS - Great looking website as well Always something different to all the other shops. A treat for yourself or a special gift for a loved one.

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  • Richmond Hotel

    Aberystwyth Hotels

    I really enjoyed my stay here. The staff are really friendly – especially the barman/waiter. My room...

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  • Watch the starlings

    Aberystwyth Things to Do

    As night falls the starlings gather around the Pier. The group gets bigger and bigger as more birds join and the shapes they form as they swoop around the pier are fantastic. These photos do not do justice to the sight.

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Carmarthen

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  • Beautiful gardens in July

    Carmarthen Things to Do

    These gardens are truly wonderful! The National Botanic Gardens of Wales were opened in 2000. They are tucked away off any major roads and our Satnav finished at a point in a country road that was clearly not the gardens but we carried on and found the entrance without any problems.There is a wealth of different things to see and explore in these...

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  • Spilman Hotel

    Carmarthen Hotels

    36 Spilman Street, Carmarthen, SA31 1LQ, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Wales's secret

    Carmarthen Off The Beaten Path

    Llansteffan is a gem of a village within the vicinity of Carmarthen. It has much to offer to locals and tourists alike.We had been told of the beach and the castle. The castle is perched above the village. Access is by a long steep path. I wouldn't advise anyone suffering from breathlessness to attempt the climb, though I did manage it after a...

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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

  • places to see

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Things to Do

    Tenby-the prettiest and most likeable town we went to in the area. Very pretty, lovely beach and harhour with cliffs as a backdrop. the centre of town is lovely too.Stackpole quay-a rocky headland with views over some great deserted beaches.Haverfordwest-bit of a dive, nothing much there to see just the castle otherwise pretty...

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  • UNBELIEVABLE 'CHIPS' EXTORTION BEWARE

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Restaurants

    Today on the 12th of July 2011. Myself and my partner went to the Morawelon Cafe/Restaurant on the Parrog in Newport Pembrokeshire. The cafe was nicely decorated, the ambience was pleasant as was the food. We chose two sandwiches with a salad garnish, and a sprinkle of salted crisps. We decided to order some chips to share. At a cost of £2.65,...

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  • Secret Waterway

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Off The Beaten Path

    The tidal rivers East and West Cleddau, which branch off the Daugleddau, are known as Wales Secret Waterways. Along these banks are tiny landing places where ferries would run, transporting goods such as coal, to such towns as Bristol, along the way. It's also a place where ship building was a major part of the economy. A marine airbase was also...

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Fishguard

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  • Great Italian style restaurant

    Fishguard Restaurants

    The Lounge at Nr 3 was just a few houses away from our B&B, perfect when it's raining! The house doesn't look appealing from outside, but is pretty comfortable inside. Only a bit cold at the beginning. The food was very good, we even went there the other day again. The noodles were perfect, everything well seasoned. The pizzas were one of the best...

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  • Fishguard Bay Hotel

    Fishguard Hotels

    Quay Road, Goodwick, Fishguard, SA64 0BT, UK

  • Stone Circle

    Fishguard Things to Do

    There's a Stone Circle in Fishguard at the coast path with nice views on the old harbour and towards the fort. It's not an ancient stone circle, though, it was built in 1936. It's one of the Gorsedd Stones, which are stone circles built for the National Eisteddfod, an annual Welsh festival.

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Narberth

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  • Quaint little cafe

    Narberth Restaurants

    This is a lovely little cafe situated to the side of the town hall. It has some lovely comfy seating areas near the entrance with a small dining area to the rear. There is a snack/light meals menu. I had Jacket potato, this came with salad and a lovely homemade coleslaw. They also do an all day breakfast which looked really nice. The Jacket potato...

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  • The Grove - Narberth

    Narberth Hotels

    Molleston, Narberth, SA67 8BX, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Shop til you drop

    Narberth Things to Do

    The High Street in Narberth has a wonderful array of gift shops, galleries, antique shops and shops selling local produce. It really is great to have a wander around these shops and would be a fantastic place to go Christmas shopping or to find an unusual present for someone special.There is a huge pay and display car park just at the top of the...

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Saundersfoot

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  • Manor House Wildlife Park

    Saundersfoot Things to Do

    Manor House Wildlife Park was taken over by well-known British TV star Anna Ryder Richardson and her family in 2008. Since then it has been transformed from a Zoo where animals were caged up to a fantastic spacious Wildlife Park where the animals have salubrious homes and acres of space to roam in if they need it. The life and times of the Wildlife...

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  • St Brides Hotel

    Saundersfoot Hotels

    St. Brides Hill, Saundersfoot, WA, SA69 9NH, GB

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Hook, line and sinker.

    Saundersfoot Things to Do

    Is there anything better than fresh fish? Indeed there is: fresh fish you have caught yourself. For a small amount of money you can spend an hour or so cruising about the bay attempting to catch mackerel...which simply involves trailing a line of hooks over the side and wating for a twitch on the line to alert you to a possible result. Even if you...

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Cardigan

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  • 'Cheeky Vimto' in Newcastle Emlyn

    Cardigan Nightlife

    What is a Cheeky Vimto?Well, to understand that you have to know who Charlotte Church is - I'd be interested to know if her fame has spread round the world!I hate the cult of the celebrity but if there's an article anywhere about Charlotte Church I can't pass it by. And she is said to drink this 'cocktail' : - Pour 1 shot of Port into a pint glass...

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  • The Gwbert Hotel

    Cardigan Hotels

    I stayed at the Gwbert hotel with my husband the hotel was great the staff where very friendly and...

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  • New Quay: the Dylan Thomas trail

    Cardigan Things to Do

    Dylan Thomas only lived in New Quay between 1944-45, but the town makes much of this year in his life. 'The Dylan Thomas New Quay Trail' takes you through some of the places in the town associated with him, including, of course, a good many pubs. The town is said to be the inspiration for Llareggub (try writing the word backwards!) of Under Milk...

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Pembroke

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  • The Millpond

    Pembroke Things to Do

    The Millpond in Pembroke is a nice place to take a stroll alongside the waters edge. Another favourite pastime here is feeding the ducks & swans or sit by the waters edge just admiring the scenery.

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  • Bethwaites Lamphey Hall Hotel

    Pembroke Hotels

    Upper Lamphey Road, Pembroke, SA71 5NR, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Lamphey Bishops Palace

    Pembroke Things to Do

    The Bishops Palace a Lamphey was built by the bishops of St Davids as a Country retreat away from worries of Church and State. Here, amongst fishponds, fruit orchards, vegetable gardens and sweeping parklands, they could enjoy the life of country gentlemen. The palace was improved over two centuries, though it was mainly the work of Henry de Gower,...

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Llanelli

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  • Take the Sospan Hopper Train

    Llanelli Things to Do

    Take a ride runs along the Millannium trail on the Sospan hopper train. Special carraiges for the disabled available on it.

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  • Premier Inn Llanelli Central East

    Llanelli Hotels

    Llandafen Road, Parc Pemberton, Llanelli, SA14 9BD, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • New Welsh Restaurant

    Llanelli Restaurants

    Owned by Stephen Jones and Dwayne Peel both Welsh rugby players this is one the nicest restaurants in Llanelli. Recently opened in a grade 2 listed building and has been tastefuly renovated. The food is excellent a must. The restaurant's name is reference to the Llanelli Rugby club anthem (Sosban Fach) Only had a meal here once. and it was £15...

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Burry Port

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  • A great choice of meals..

    Burry Port Restaurants

    The Ship Aground Inn is a really attractive looking pub on the main road between Pembrey and Burry Port. There was a specials board together with an extensive menu offering a wide choice of meals - not just your usual pub grub. I opted for the lamb shank off the specials board and it was very nice indeed. The only downside was that there was a...

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  • Ashburnham Hotel

    Burry Port Hotels

    Ashburnham Road,Pembrey, Pembrey, Burry Port, SA16

  • Take a stroll around the Harbour

    Burry Port Things to Do

    There is a really nice harbour area at Burry Port. The car park is situated right alongside the harbourside which is a great place to start your walk. We walked in the direction of the lighthouse. The path is easy going and flat; an ideal day out for those with limited mobility. Beyond the lighthouse are some lovely sheltered stone benches. On a...

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Saint Davids

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  • Visiting and Photographing the...

    Saint Davids Favorites

    Entrance to the Cathedral is free though it is suggested that a donation be made to the costs of maintenance. PHOTOGRAPHS.If you wish to take photographs inside the Cathedral a charge is made £1.50 for still photography; £3 for videos and special conditions apply to the use of tripods ( imposed by Health and Safety Regulations) and there is a £10...

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  • Glan Y Mor Guest House

    Saint Davids Hotels

    Caerfai Bay Road, St. Davids, SA62 6QT, United Kin

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Good Food and WiFi in the Cathedral

    Saint Davids Restaurants

    The restored Cloisters include the Cathedral Café which was opened early in 2008 within the Grade 1 Listed Building St Mary’s Hall. In the most delightful of surroundings excellent refreshments are served here every day at quite reasonable costs.At lunchtime a variety of dishes, from light to hearty, all using fresh local produce and a mix of...

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Llandovery

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  • trains and buses

    Llandovery Transportation

    The Heart of Wales Line stops in Llandovery. From the very small train station it's about a ten minute walk into the town centre.There you can find the main bus station, complete with timetables. However, the bus to Brecon doesn't stop there, but for some reason at the train station. You won't find any bus stop there, just wait until you see the...

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  • Llanerchindda Farm Guest House

    Llandovery Hotels

    Cynghordy, Llandovery, SA20 0NB, gb

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Hidden: The Craft Centre

    Llandovery Shopping

    At the corner to the Main Street there is the local craft centre. I had wanted to go there, but passed it twice, thinking it was closed. The entrance door is a very small door, arrows in the windows point to it. Inside there are several shops, local craft and touristy things, some tacky as always, but many of them very special. Prices varied a lot,...

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Lampeter

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  • Black Lion is Tasty

    Lampeter Restaurants

    I've visited this pub on a Friday for lunch a few times recently and have had very tasty meals. The service was great and we didn't have to wait long for our meals (although it wasn't very busy so I wouldn't expect to wait). There is parking at the back. There is plenty of choice on the menu and all reasonably priced. Enjoy. I can recommend the...

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  • Falcondale Mansion Hotel

    Lampeter Hotels

    Falcondale Drive, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 7RX, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Vegetarians Beware!

    Lampeter Restaurants

    The pub looks pretty good. It's clean, with a reasonably good atmosphere. We visited for lunch, and it was quite quiet. The man who served us was courteous, but not very enthusiastic.I ordered the Quorn Thai Green Curry because I'm a veggie, and it has a big 'V' next to it on the menu. I should have paid more attention though, because the meal...

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