Beech House Pembroke

Address: 78 Main Street Pembroke, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA71 4HH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 78 Main Street Pembroke, Pembroke, is near Pembroke Castle, Barafundle Beach, Skomer Island, and Freshwater West.
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    Chapter 2: Why bother with a gap year?

    A travel blog entry by hollyskyrme on Nov 02, 2015


    I'd been discussing it with my best friend ever since we met and we both decided that if you didn't travel the world, there wasn't much point in our existence. I can't think of a better time than now either. Having finished A levels this summer and with it secondary education, the thought of a year long break to help me forget the torment of exams and prepare me for university or work ...

    Chapter 1: THE PLAN

    A travel blog entry by hollyskyrme on Oct 19, 2015

    7 comments, 1 photo

    As an extremely inexperienced and most probably awful travel writer, with no clue as to how I should even begin a travel blog, I thought my first post should introduce who I am, what I do and why I'm writing a travel blog in the first place. So - my name is Holly Skyrme, I'm 18 years old, live in Wales in the UK, and really struggle to pack 'light'. I am taking a gap year before studying for a Geography Degree at The University of Leeds. My primary basis for writing a travel blog is ...

    Tenby - a jewel in Wales

    A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 12, 2015

    29 photos

    We stay the night in Tenby, a beautiful walled town on the south coast. What a lovely place. Because of the wall, the buildings inside are very close together with narrow streets and multi-colored buildings. Lots of bright pubs mixed with shops and homes; this is jewel compared to the many drab brown and grey towns and villages throughout the UK.

    We pick the Tenby Hotel, smack bang in the middle of town. Just happens to be a rugby pub; with 11 TV screens throughout, and guess ...

    South West Wales

    A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 11, 2015

    14 photos

    ​Taking a trip up to Abergavenny, hoping the weather is fine.An early start out through Herefordshire, we crossed the Welsh border at Monmouth.Once we reached Abergavenny the Welsh grey stone walls and buildings were predominant as well as the grey slate roofing.

    We travelled onto Llannfenhart, Glangrwyney, Llangattok, Bwlch, Aberonndu, Scethrog, Llandovery. It ...

    Wonderful Wales

    A travel blog entry by noyelles on Oct 11, 2015

    5 comments, 46 photos

    ... br> they arrived having overshot it & gone further up the road past the cottage. It was great to see Lucilla & Gareth who we first met about 10 years ago on one of our visits. Gareth's grandfather, Aimé, employed Dick’s grandfather Gerard, to collect orchids in Colombia at the end of the 19th century & we had met by a strange series of coincidences in 2002. Gareth has written a book about his Aimé’s exploits there & has made ...