About the local area
Bryngarw is an ideal base to explore Pembrokeshire. We have a wide range of books on the area as well as tourist information leaflets for you to take away. Opportunities include:-
An excellent base for walking, an outstanding section of the renowned 180 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs close to Bryngarw. Nearby are many beautiful beaches, coves and harbours. Boat trips are also available, including to Ramsey and Skomer Islands.
Observing Bird and Wild Life
The most notable places are around Strumble Head and the islands of Ramsey, Skomer and Skokholm, but the whole coastline and many inland areas have much to offer.
From our grounds, guests have observed choughs, ravens, peregrines, buzzards, redpolls and goldfinches to name but a few. Seals and pups can be seen from September to November in the bays nearby.
History and Culture
Pembrokeshire is rich in history and culture. There are castles, burial chambers, stone rings and – of course – St Davids Cathedral and Bishops Palace to explore. St Davids Music Festival and Fishguard Festival are just two of the annual musical events nearby. Also close by are a cheese farm, woollen mills, potteries, agricultural museum and many other places of interest.
Swimming, surfing, windsurfing, sailing, golf and sea fishing are among the activities available in the area. For the more adventurous there are recognised outdoor pursuit centres in the vicinity which offer the chance to experience a wide range of activities including sea canoeing, rock climbing and 'coasteering'.