Borders Bed & Breakfast

Address: 25 Park Street, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA72 6JG, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 25 Park Street, Pembroke Dock, is near Pembroke Castle, Barafundle Beach, Skomer Island, and Cwm Deri Vineyard.
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    Travel Blogs from Pembroke Dock

    Its not this way!

    A travel blog entry by carl_jayne on Sep 26, 2014

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    • Sorry about the late post but last night we couldn't get any internet or 3g. Not always a bad thing being off the grid. Anyway we left Porthcawl Thursday morning and headed north along the coast. Past Port Talbot and Swansea and out onto the Gower Peninsula. Jayne had researched a place called Oxwich Bay, which looked very picturesque and that was our destination for the day. Easier said than done I'm afraid and the bay itself was ...

    Coast path completed

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... that didn't feel quite so bad at the end :-) Don't be tempted to skip the Milford Haven section - many people do. The blend of industry and nature is very interesting - I have never seen pipelines this close up. It's also quite surprising that, during the walk around the oil refinery in the Pembroke side of the Haven, you can hardly see the refinery at all! Do take a small pair of binoculars for seal spotting, puffin watching, bird watching and so on. We ...

    Ceibwr to St Dogmaels

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... it's very well disguised - i.e. I can't see it.

    After some winding, the path is back on the cliffs with sheer drops below. We are still climbing as we make our way from the base of the mighty Foel Hendre to Pwllygranant. Apparently large sections of the path here were damaged in the storms of 1993 - it all looks fine again now although there is evidence of damage and in places the path is very soft underfoot. Probably a good thing as I am back ...

    Newport to Ceibwr

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... the direction of Carreg Bicca, an iconic lump of stone sitting in the sea and then it's downwards on a scary and slippery descent towards Bwn Bach. Looking back, the path looks practically vertical! The descents, though steep, do ease off a little as we approach an area of erosion at Careg Yspar - very photogenic. And now, rounding a corner and making another steep descent, we happen upon a real gem of a place - Pwll y Wrach (the Witch's Cauldron). It's actually a collapsed cave ...

    Fishguard to Newport

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... with fudge and cherries) - deliciously sinful! Ian reports that he has enjoyed his visit to the spitfire museum but that it was very small - half an hour to see the exhibits and half an hour jawing with the volunteer enthusiasts who run it. We are at the tip of Dinas Island...not really an island at all but a large promontory rising to 124m at its summit. It's possible to cut this off and walk the 20 minute short cut across the bottom but Mick and I are headed for the ...