Pen Yr Olmarch Bed And Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... pub. We also celebrated Annie's birthday a tad early, with an excellent cake baked special for us by our local Manorbier Castle tea shop.
Manorbier is one of the few places I fully relax on vacation. While there were places we could have gone to see (many more than we actually got to), I've not felt the same kind of itch as I would have had we been in one of the AirB&B apartments, let alone a hotel room. I've not felt guilty about ...
... rocky hills in the background. The plan was to use the local buses to get to various parts of the coastal footpath, starting at Newgale Beach which is where I managed to walk to two years ago. The plan failed because Treacle was so ill that she couldn't walk anywhere. So I spent a quiet, but happy time relaxing in the sun, sorting out the van and reading ...
... were entirely worth the stop, though we didn't stay long in either place.
There's little else to say about today. Manorbier remains the pleasantest of places, though the castle staff is clearly looking to bring in more money -- a wedding was being held on the grounds just as we were arriving. Of course, part of what makes Manorbier so pleasant are the people and we're very happy to see them again.
After a large, packed campsite in Newport, I am now alone in a field in South Wales, not far from Tenby. I have been here before and found it convenient, particularly as the local bus runs right past the field gate. It is really beautiful with little wooded valleys running down to the sea and many of them have delightful ...
This morning we drove to Pembroke, where we visited the spectacular Pembroke Castle, the oldest in Wales and the birthplace of Henry VII, the first Tudor king. The remains of the castle date from the 12th and 13th centuries. We gave our leg muscles a workout climbing the steep, narrow spiral staircases of numerous towers, wall walks and passageways, and even found an enormous natural cavern under the castle, which was used to bring supplies up from the river. Evidence has been found that ...