Where to start discussing the heritage of Pembrokeshire? You don’t want a history lesson from us, that’s for sure.The places we recommend going to when you on your holiday in Pembrokeshire will do a far better job of this.
Castles. You cannot come to Pembrokeshire and not visit a castle. From incredibly preserved, majestic castles like Pembroke, to developed castles like Roch (just down the road from us at Anchor Guesthouse), these are a wonderful reminder of the history of Pembrokeshire. We have some blogs about these Pembrokeshire castles coming your way.
We can’t talk about heritage without going way back. Standing Stones form a fascinating part of our Pembrokeshire history. The Preseli hills, you are sure to have seen them bubbling in the distance on your way down to your holiday with us.
Hills not mountains (those are in North Wales), the Preselis are bursting with history. A wild, untouched area, full of magic and mystery. If you are going to peel yourself away from the beaches of Pembrokeshire, we suggest popping out for a day in the Preseli Hills.
Beneath the star-studded skies and beside the timeless sea, Broad Haven is a place where reality and mythology intertwine.Read more
Pembrokeshire, with its breathtaking coastal landscapes and charming seaside towns, offers much more than just natural beauty. It is a region steeped in history, culture, and local folklore waiting to be discovered.Read more
The Welsh word “hiraeth,” a term that encapsulates a feeling deeply ingrained in the Welsh culture and psyche.Read more
Among its many treasures, the region boasts a remarkable collection of castles that have withstood the test of time. From medieval fortresses to romantic ruins, Pembrokeshire’s castles offer a captivating glimpse into the past.Read more