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TripAdvisor Reviews Lord Nelson Milford Haven
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... day - the grand house was demolished in the 1960s due to crippling taxes. The grounds included various lakes famous for the water lilies , the photo doesn't bring out the full beauty of them. We have a train to catch from Carmarthen today so added pressure. Coffee planned in Tenby but no time for a boat trip to Caldy ...
... until we were within 300 yards of Saturday's B & B when it planned to take us through a river of unknown depth. A mile detour in silence. This B & B is on a farm and very traditional. Jackie jumped at the chance of taking a taxi out to Solva for dinner , good move as the hill back was 12% gradient and it was over 10 miles round trip. Today we head to Stackpole and Barrafundle beach - it looks a lot ...
... day, we got to the train station where we said bye to Sue. She is the sweetest and made sure I promised to email her. She teared up a bit saying bye to Ben and my heart melted at all the love. The train back was much, much better and before we knew it we were back at Chester. We had about an hour to get ready before we had our last night out with our friends. It was so much fun and the perfect way to say goodbye to everyone! Peter, Ben, Jack, and Emma ...
We were unable to get into a site in Snowdonia so we thought we would head back south and try out the club site in St Davids.
It was a fairly basic site but with very clean and tidy toilet facilities.
We took a nice walk into St Davids and found a pleasant pub with a beer garden.
There is not a lot in this corner of Pembrokeshire apart from coast path walks and the stunning coastline. Suited us but no need to stay longer than 1 night.
I wanted to stay close to Tenby as it was many years before as a young child that I had visited with my parents during a camping trip. So I found a site that we could take the train into Tenby if we wished. Buttyland Touring & Tent Park This is a relatively small site where there appeared to be many vans set-up for the year. There was a small bar on site. Everyone was friendly but this was an expensive site ...