Lakeland Guesthouse

4 St Patricks Hill, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA72 6XQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4 St Patricks Hill, Pembroke Dock, is near Pembroke Castle, Barafundle Beach, Skomer Island, and Freshwater West.
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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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... narrowest road ever and we were looking for somewhere to spend the night. A quick google and site found, right on the end of the peninsula, on the beach. We finally rocked up and as we approached could see that it was a special location. Well worth the to'ing and fro'ing. "A pitch for the night please?" "Sorry we don't take dogs!" Again, bugger!

  • Still the scenery was breath taking and worse case scenario was sleeping in Margy by the ...

  • Coast path completed

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... in June and 'Mick from East Anglia' in September. And what an inspiration these guys were...both in their seventies but still up for the challenge :-) Highlights for me included: revisiting St Govans chapel, not to mention cream tea at Stackpole Quay, snorkelling with Jo in St Brides Haven, RIB ride at Sandy Haven, seeing Mill Bay where Henry Tudor landed (I have just been reading a book about this), stumbling across the unexpected modern sculptures called The ...

    Ceibwr to St Dogmaels

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... upward, path. I am exhausted! This takes us to Traeth Godir-coch, the highest point of the walk at 175m. We are rewarded with spectacular panoramic views but was it worth it? Of course it was! The folding in the cliffs has created pretty patterning and erosion has created great chunks of stack. There is also a helpful coast path sign pointing out to sea, are they having a laugh? Ahead, eagle-eyed Mick spots seals in the bay.

    The steep ...

    Newport to Ceibwr

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... from this point onwards - we walk on around the headland and onto a road which will take us down to Ceibwr Bay. Here there is a bench which seems to have our name on it...well actually it has a dead persons name on it, but you know what I mean. It is just gone two and we are both shattered. Would you walk on to the end at St Dogmael's if I were to walk it too, asks Mick? Yes, probably, I reply (it's another seven miles from here). Do you want to, I ask? Not really, says Mick! OK, ...

    Fishguard to Newport

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... the other direction we can clearly see today's goal...Newport Sands...and a good deal further along tomorrow's route. Now we make our way back down the Head, passing Needle Rock and arriving at the picturesque village of Cwm-y-Eglwys in time for a late lunch. We stop to examine the remains of a ruined church and half a graveyard - the rest was swallowed up by the sea during a terrible storm in 1859. More of the graveyard was lost in 1979. There are some gorgeous ...