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

Fishguard to Newport

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

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... or rather the lack of) at high tide - apparently it's no idle threat that your car may not be safe...spring tides are said to wash the doorsteps of the little cottages here! We leave the harbour and make our way to Castle Point, site of the Old Fort. The remains of this 18th century structure consist of a small building with barrel roof and a couple of walls. Apparently it was built following an attack on Fishguard by one Paul Jones. According to our guide book, he was ...

Strumble Head to Fishguard

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 11, 2014

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... for the last invasion of Britain. This was back in 1797 when the French invaded. They were up in arms because of the British support of the French Monarchy. In a nutshell...storms forced their landing here and the ill prepared army of 600 soldiers and 800 convicts set about raiding nearby farms. The unruly band discovered a store of liquor 'rescued' from a shipwreck by the locals and were soon very drunk. The alarm was raised and after a small ...

Aber Bach to Strumble Head

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 10, 2014

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... descent and ascent to cross a gully. I better not complain as Mick, who is seventy and has a knee replacement is making his way up steadily with the aid of two walkers sticks. The path eases for a while as we cross a heather and gorse section of path and then we are clambering over a rocky tor. The path seems to have disappeared as we climb up but we can see walkers approaching so it must be right. Over the top and we turn a corner heading in and ...

Porthgain to Aber Bach

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 09, 2014

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... Sampson - well worth it. This Neolithic burial chamber is circa 5000 years old. The original structure would have been encased in a heap of stones so what we see today is the inner burial chamber. Legend has it that Sampson put the capstone in place himself using only his little finger...haha. We now retrace our steps to the coast path and make our way onwards towards Aber Draw meeting a gentleman who has ...

Whitesands Bay to Porthgain

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 08, 2014

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This morning we catch the 9.30am bus from our campsite down to Whitesands Bay. We start our walk from a plaque marking the spot of the 6th century St Patricks Chapel which is now long gone. Links with Ireland had existed since 2BC and in the Bronze Age traders landed copper and gold from the Wicklow Hills. We start our climb which takes us over rocky terrain up to the skyline of St David's Head with its Iron Age hut circles and Coetan Arthur, a ...