Things to do
An idyllic island off the coast of Tenby which is home to a varying number of Cistercian Monks. They produce a number of products varying from chocolate to perfume. The views and scenery are breath-taking. If you take the trek up to the light house you can see Devon, on a clear day!
An island full of Puffins, boat trips regularly available
boat trips to go dolphin and whale spotting
Carew, Manorbier, Laugharne, LLansteffan, Kidwelly, Picton and Pembroke Castle - Beautiful, historic castle that serves as the birthplace of Henry VII.
Pembrokeshire National Coastal Path
Plenty of walking routes around the coast of Pembrokeshire, starting in Amroth which is just 6 miles South of Tavernspite.
Blue Lagoon Waterpark
Indoor and outdoor waterpark that is fun for all the family!
adventure Park and zoo
The Dinosaur Park Tenby
whether you’re a toddler or teenager, granny or granddad, or anything in between, there are hours of great value family fun (and fear) waiting for you
World of Activities
Wales biggest theme park!
Anna’s welsh zoo
Anna ryder Richardson
Clear days in the Preseli Hills offer views as far as the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland.
Lily ponds at Bosherston
Landsker borderlands trail
Colby Woodland Gardens
National Botanical Gardens, Aberglasney Gardens
Horse Riding, trekking, guided tours
sea, lake or course
kayaking, canoeing, coasteering, gauge walking, absailing, raft building, assault course, zip wire plus many more.
We can arrange for local beautician to attend to the ladies with treatments and pampering sessions.
Why not learn how to make pottery? Please contact us for further details.
Laser combat, paint balling, land yatching, surfng, mountain biking
Dylan Thomas’s Boat House
perched on the cliffs, overlooking the Taf estuary.
Museum of Speed
The land speed records from the 1920s achieved on Pendine Sands are displayed here. Discover how 'Babs' was rescued from the sand.
Plus cinemas, theatres, play areas, leisure centres, museums, guided tours and lots, lots more.
With Gwynfryn Guest House being central to both Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire attractions it’s the ideal location to experience both counties. Come rain or shine there will always be something that appeals to all age groups just a short drive away.