The Wild Welsh Coast
The National Park is fantastic for wildlife-watching, too. The clifftops are alive with crickets and ladybirds. Overhead, seabirds wheel, screech, and soar. Every year, puffins and Manx Shearwaters return to the islands to nest, while rabbits graze and seals snooze in the sun. And occasionally, half-hidden by the waves, dolphins will come frolicking by.
If this hasn't already tempted you to visit Pembrokeshire National Park we are sure the addition of staying in a pub or inn will twist your arm. With a wide range of local pubs and inns offering charming and traditional accommodation, you can trade in the grey hotel walls for a warm and friendly stay in a pub.