Loving Pembrokeshire

Posted by Nicola Bartlett on

Beautiful coastal paths, pretty pebble beaches, delicious homemade food and a cosy shepherds hut best sums up our stay in Church View Cottages & Shepherds Hut in Rosemarket, Pembrokeshire. 

A little peek inside our Shepherds Hut, which was ensuite!
The shepherds hut and cottages are nestled between the village church and pub.
It's an uplifting place to stay with a real highlight being having leaping alpacas for neighbours. 
Ok, they were more shuffle-shuffle than leaping. They are an absolute joy to be around while enjoying the sunshine or a cheeky tipple at sunset.
The owner of the farm was friendly and took great pride in all of his accommodation. We'd definitely visit again. It's a wonderfully tranquil spot to relax and a great base to explore Pembrokeshire. 
Every day was very different. With so much pressure on small businesses at the moment, I'd like to recommend some of the fantastic ones we visited.  Businesses that I  truly survive the pandemic.
Our first stop was the smallest city in Wales, St Davids. The vibrant High Street was bursting with interesting independent shops, pubs and places to eat. We explored the 12th century Cathedral and enjoyed a wonderful lunch inside its refectory.

 
We crunched around the red pebble beach in Dale and wondered if there was life on mars, with our stomachs incredibly happy after dining at the Griffin Inn Pub a brilliant award winning pub.
 
With uninterrupted panoramic views of the Milford Haven Waterway, we also dined in Foam - again specialising in local produce and home cooked food. We were really spoilt for choice for places to eat out, although we were sad to see that many had closed around the marina. 
 
Without a doubt we'll be spending much more time in Pembrokeshire; it's a uniquely relaxing, thriving and inspiring place to be. 
 
Time to get back to reality and cook up some fish and Pembrokeshire potatoes...

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