About North Pembrokeshire

The distinction of the North is an old thing, a blood and stone thing, lasting longer than map borders and history books, it is a thing of genetic markers and geological ages.

We are ancient tribes and sacred spaces, we are fond of our food, in love with our sea, and we are grateful that you came because we know how special North Pembrokeshire is.

Make memories in the twin towns :- Enjoy fresh crab sandwiches on the sunny quay at Lower Town whilst the children fish off the wall. Make your first attempt at stand up paddle boarding in the shelter of the cove below the old fort. Root march the coast path to Carreg Wasted to see where the last invaders crept ashore.  Spend long evenings over slow pints in the town pubs whilst listening to easy jazz.  Fishguard and Goodwick are the beating heart of North Pembrokeshire, LEARN MORE HERE….

Find your tribe here :- Find the food tribe here in the boutique bistros and quirky restaurants.  Touch the ancient tribes here in the standing stones, ogham inscriptions and angel haunted hills. Join the sea tribes here in the shallow bay and sweeping sands.  Newport is where ancient Pembrokeshire is nearest the surface. LEARN MORE HERE……

Connect with nature here :- Breath in the wind from the west that hasn’t touched land in 3000 miles.  Scan the waves for the twitch of a porpoise fin or the snout of a seal. From Newgale to St Dogmaels stretch your muscles on the switchback, swayback path, dense with wild flowers, gull serenaded and replete with secret views. LEARN MORE HERE…

Heal your spirits here :- When the west wind blows the gulls inland and the waves rip at the sands this valley is peaceful and calm, green and glowing.  Come here to ease your heart under the ancient trees.  Drink home made ale by the side of the slow river and listen to the spirit of North Pembrokeshire as it hums to itself on all the quiet paths and sacred spots. LEARN MORE HERE…

The names sing in the mouth :– Foel Cwm Cerwyn, Tafarn y Bwlch, Mynachlog-ddu, Carn Ingli, Pentre Ifan, when you can say them then you are ready to be adopted by North Pembrokeshire.  Here the drover’s roads meet the tracks of legends, the Golden Road crosses the path of Arthur, Once and Future King.  From wide moorlands guarded by mountain ponies to splintered crag tops with views to next week the Preseli Hills are wild Pembrokeshire at its best. LEARN MORE HERE…

"I think, that if I touched the earth, It would crumble; It is so sad and beautiful, So tremulously like a dream."

Dylan Thomas

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