Tag Archive: Wales

Exploring the Pembrokeshire coastal path at Goodwick

Carreg Goffa monument

With only 14.5 miles to Goodwick, travelling down the A487 through Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. We were soaking up the spectacular scenery as we travelled through Newport and shortly after through Fishguard, both full of charm with plenty of character on our way to Goodwick.

The display of wildlife alone made the walk memorable, aside from the beauty of the rugged coastline and the salty seas. Not of course forgetting all those swings in the valley!

Beautiful Banc Cottage in Pembrokeshire National Park

Outside photo of Badger Banc Cottage

If you’re looking for a cost effective week away to explore the beauty and majesty of Pembrokeshire, West Wales in a cosy but remote location. We’ve found it!

Banc cottage was perfect, definitely a place we would happily go and stay at again, in fact we are considering spending one Christmas away there. We both had a lovely time and think this holiday cottage is deserving of top marks, 5 stars!

Wonderful walks around Newcastle Emlyn in the Teifi Valley

Dragon sculpture above the entrance to the ruins at Newcastle Emlyn

Now that we had acclimatised to the local area and found our feet (excuse the puns), we were keen to hop-on our adventures and make the most of day two in West Wales! So off to Newcastle Emlyn and Cenarth we went to explore the valleys between.

It was a stunning day out, there was plenty to see, plenty to do & the views across the valleys were absolutely beautiful!

Exploring the Pembrokeshire coastal path at Moylgrove

View from Banc Cottage in Moylgrove

It’s day one and we’re staying in a little village called Moylgrove in the Pembrokeshire National Park, only a mile from the sea at Ceibwr Bay. When we arrive at any holiday location, we are keen to find quickly find our feet, getting to know what’s available in our immediate proximity.

With the sea so close it’s hard resisting that draw of the ocean and the temptation to explore the beach, especially when it’s only a mile away from you and you can see it from your cottage.