Jordanston - Things to do


Pembrokeshire's stunning National Park Coastline boasts the most wonderful range of unspoilt beaches. Ranging from family playgrounds to hidden coves that can only be reached by the more adventurous. Most popular, and one of the very best, is Manorbier, just a mile and a half away. With a car park right at the beachside it enjoys the sun well into the evening. Our visitors say that sitting on Manorbier Beach watching the sun go down is a wonderful experience they'll carry forever.

Tenby has four sandy beaches, all served by beachside cafes, whilst nearby Broadhaven and Freshwater West are ideal if you're looking for a beach that's far from the “madding crowd”. Barafundle Bay is listed in the top 10 UK beaches. All Pembrokeshire's beaches are for all seasons, fresh winter strolls followed by time in front of the log-burner, or high summer fun for all.


Pembrokeshire is steeped in history, amply illustrated by the number of castles you can visit - ranging from the unique and still habitable castle at Picton to the packed-with-information and imposing castles of Manorbier and Pembroke, and the ruined remains of Carew, Llawhaden and Wiston. Anyone with an interest in ancient history shouldn't miss a journey into the Preseli Hills. Visit the ancient burial site of Pentre Ifan, and see the land of the Bluestones used in the inner circle of Stonehenge.


There are countryside walks right on your doorstep. And for short strolls or serious trekkers there's the Pembrokeshire Coast Path - 186 miles of coast path, with easy access points at very regular intervals Wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy a trip to Skomer Island (April - August). A nature reserve with some very special flora and fauna - see puffins close at hand.



A variety of watersports can be enjoyed at Tenby and Saundersfoot. For tuition and organised outings onto the water you can visit the Watersports Centre at Pembroke Dock on the sheltered Milford Haven Waterway. The peace and quiet of Pembrokeshire's stunning coastline and countryside belies the number of activities there are to enjoy in the area, and we only have room to list some of the most popular - do contact us if you need any specific information that we have not listed, on 01834 871583