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Please note High House (6 guests) is only available to book for six guests during Low Seasons. Please see High House Sleeps 10 for year round availability.
High House (6 guests) is a delightful three bedroom holiday home, with cool mellow interiors making you feel relaxed and comfortable. Only a stone's throw from the seafront and the charming beach, it's a wonderful space to spend time with friends and family.
Located in in the beautiful seaside town of Tenby on the Pembrokeshire coast, this Grade II listed, four storey town house has everything you could want for a Staycation. From its close proximity to the beach, harbour, boutiques and eateries; the large chill out room for the kids and grown ups to enjoy with Smart TV, an X-box 360, Bose sound box and board games.; to relaxing on the comfy sofas in the sitting room or dining al fresco in the atmospherically lit barbecue courtyard.
The entrance hall leads into two spacious and light rooms; The dining room with its large convivial dining table seating ten is a place to enjoy casual suppers and board games alike. The kitchen is fitted with granite worktops and leads on to a sunny courtyard – perfect for lazy barbecues and a relaxing glass of something chilled.
On the first floor, the airy sitting room with comfy sofas offers some down time after a day on the beach. The three luxury bedrooms and spacious bathrooms are arranged over two floors, with wide wooden floorboards, a multitude of original features and a shabby chic vibe. The house has a wet room on the lower ground floor, with a walk-in shower and a large selection of wet suits and boogie boards.
Located in a quiet, cobbled residential street within the medieval town walls of Tenby, High House is just a minute’s walk from the shops, pubs and thriving cafe culture in St George Street and Lower Frog Street; and just a five minute walk to Tenby's bustling Harbour.
Tenby is a wonderful place to stay, great for all types of people. During the summer, town is bustling with people, providing a perfect sea side town atmosphere. Even during winter, Tenby town makes you feel as though you're in another world.
Here, there are some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK, with surfing, rock pooling and lots of other seaside activities a stone's throw away. You can opt for coasteering, surf lessons, rock climbing, abseiling, golf lessons, mackerel fishing, water sports or wet biking - all can all be arranged. There's a great links golf course nearby and numerous walks, fabulous for your pet pooch.
A boat trip to Caldey Island is recommended to enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the monastery and island scenery, and you can enjoy seal and puffin sightings en-route! Explore the magnificent Tudor Merchant's House, or visit the nearby resorts of Saundersfoot or Manobier. For teens and younger visitors, Oakwood Theme Park provides a brilliant, fun-filled day out whilst Folly Farm offers everything from old-fashioned fairground rides to animals both local and exotic!
The bustling seaside resort of Tenby, known within Wales as “The Jewel in the Crown", is majestically positioned on the spectacularly beautiful 'Welsh Riviera'. Tenby is part of the stunning 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast National Park where the water is warmed by the Gulf Stream and the county is one of the sunniest places in the UK.
The Sunday Times has awarded Tenby's Castle Beach (one minute's walk away!) with the coveted annual Sunday Times Beach of the Year Award for 2019, and you can see why, with its placid waters and sandy shoreline, backed by cliffs that cover it from the winds, it is idyllic in the warm summer sunshine. Almost three miles of stunning, Blue Flag-awarded beaches provide a variety of watersports, whilst walkers and cyclists can enjoy the local flora and fauna on the coastal paths
A boat trip to Caldey Island is recommended to enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the monastery and island scenery, and you can enjoy seal and puffin sightings en-route!
Enclosed by medieval walls, this beautiful town features a maze of cobbled streets, hosting an array of quirky shops, indoor locally-sourced food market, tea rooms and tempting restaurants.
To take in some excellent views, you must visit St Catherine's Island if it's open, a small tidal island that can be visited when the tide is out, winds are reasonable and the rain isn't blowing, after climbing up steps, over the open bridge and to the top, you can enjoy 360-degree views of Carmarthen Bay and the best view of Tenby.
For an alternative look at Tenby, join a guided ghost walk and tour the towns spooky heritage, with haunting tales of dark history, mysteries, and murders, voted one of the best walks of its type across Britain.
The history buffs of the group will be delighted with a visit to Tenby Museum, showcasing a fascinating collection of archaeological and maritime artifacts, whilst the Grade II* listed stone structure of Tenby Castle dates back to the 13th century.
Be sure to visit during July, where you can witness the popular Long Course Weekend, well-known for being the biggest multi-sports festival in Europe, as well as the famous Ironman which takes place in September, where you can watch or take part in the 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride, and 26.2-mile marathon.
Take a step back in time and marvel at the spectacular 15th century architecture of the National Trust property, the Tudor Merchant's House, or , or visit the nearby resorts of Saundersfoot or Manobier.
With majestic beaches and scenic trails along the Pembrokeshire coast, avid outdoor adventurers flock in their thousands to partake in the world-renowned Ironman Triathlon that takes place each year in Tenby, which sees contestants compete in a series of three long-distance sporting races, where spectators can watch the scenes from atop the cliffs or settled along the course within the bustling town-centre.
Beautiful beaches stretch the Pembrokeshire coastline including those at Tenby, Saundersfoot and Manorbier:
Tenby doesn’t just have one beach – it has four. The two main beaches of North and South, are at either end of the town while Harbour and Castle beach is the nearest to the town centre. When the tide is out you can (almost) walk between all four beaches.
1. Castle Beach, Tenby: At high tide, this beach disappears completely, but if you hit it at the right time you can find a beautiful, sandy stretch in the cove between Castle Hill and East Cliff, perfect for swimming and paddling. The beach is backed by towering cliffs, where you can go rock pool hunting and cave exploring, and as the closest to the town – it’s ideal for families who don’t want to venture too far. Enclosed by Castle Hill and St Catherine’s Island, and Caldey Island in the distance, it’s a picture-perfect setting to enjoy a classic beach day. At low tide, you can catch a boat to Caldey Island that lies 0.6 miles off Tenby. To purchase tickets, head up the slipway to the harbour.
2. North Beach, Tenby: Instantly recognisable thanks to the magnificent Goskar rock in the middle, the view of North Beach with the harbour behind is probably the most well-known of Tenby. Looking out over Carmarthen Bay, when the tide is out, this beach offers a magnificent stretch of sand to play on and as it’s relatively sheltered misses out on the windiest weather.
3. South Beach, Tenby: The mile and a half long South Beach is a beautiful stretch of sand that looks like something you might find in Australia or the Mediterranean. Backed by magnificent sand dunes, there’s more than enough space for you to enjoy – at low and high tide – and is perfect for a family day at the beach. Looking out over Caldey Island and Carmarthen Bay, on clear days you can see as far as the Gower or even North Devon.
4. Harbour Beach, Tenby: Harbour Beach is often overlooked but is a real gem!. Head to the harbour at low tide, and between the boats and the old town walls, you’ll find a small, golden stretch of sand. Perfect for those with small children - the compact beach has great views of the harbour and old town.
Manorbier Beach (6.4 miles/16 minutes) - Overlooked by the famous medieval castle, this sandy, south-westerly facing beach is a favourite among families, perfect for rock-pooling and for water activity enthusiasts.
Freshwater West Beach (18 miles/32 min drive) is a surfers paradise and featured in Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood along with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Known for being one of the most beautiful beaches in Pembrokeshire as well as one of the best surfing spots, Freshwater West has something to offer everyone. Divided from the road by huge sand dunes that roll into the surrounding landscapes, the extensive stretch of sand is edged at the south by dramatic cliffs and even at high tide, feels vast.
Barafundle Bay Beach (12 miles/30 min drive) is an absolutely stunning, small bay backed by dunes and pine trees, accessible only by a half mile walk from the nearest car park - a short but stunning trek through the forest and over a lake before you arrive at Barafundle's golden sands.
Broad Haven North and South Beaches (22.5 miles/38 min drive). Sitting in the southeast corner of St Bride’s Bay, Broad Haven is a large, west-facing beach ideal for families and water sport enthusiasts to enjoy. At high tide, the beach becomes a narrow stretch of sand and pebbles, but when the tide goes out; you can find a great expanse of golden sand that links together Broad Haven with the neighbouring Little Haven and another bay, The Settlands.
Monkstone Beach (3.5 miles/11 min drive). You might be surprised to find a remote and quiet beach nestled between the popular seaside towns of Saundersfoot and Tenby, but Monkstone is just that. The easterly facing sandy stretch feels isolated and unspoiled thanks to its location and is great to visit if you want some time away from the crowds. Again, this is another beach that’s tide dependent so check before you go otherwise there could be a very little beach to visit.
EATING AND DRINKING:
In Tenby:There are great places to eat in Tenby - both established and new to the scene. Whether it's fab fish and chips, cockles on the harbour, fine dining, sushi or pizza...
Tap & Tân (4 minute walk) specialise in open-fire cooking - have joined forces with Tenby Brewery for a mouth-watering dining experience in the heart of town. They do taco Tuesdays and you must try their T eifi hallwmi flat bread. And on Sundays they do low and slow Pembrokeshire lamb shoulder. Upper Frog Street, SA70 7JD; 01834 218090 - www.tenbybrewingco.com/collections/tap-tan
Loafley Bakery & Deli (2 minute walk) is a gorgeous deli and they've opened up a cafe, Little Loafley, just a bit further up the street. Big, meaty sausage rolls, salad boxes, frittatas, scotch eggs and, if you're lucky, get there in time to bag a slice of homemade cake. The new place does artisan sandwiches. The team bake their own bread, make their own chutneys and sauces and all the meats are roasted fresh on site. Llandrindod House, Upper Frog St, SA70 7JD (the cafe is a few doors up); 01834 843956 - www.loafley.wales
Indie Burger (4 minute walk) is a friendly and popular place and sometimes you need to book in just to get a takeaway. Their weekly specials are always worth checking out, as well as the Indie Burger classic, cheese, bacon and burger sauce. They do gluten-free buns also. 17 Upper Frog St, Tenby SA70 7JD; 01834 843315.
Billycan (2 minute walk) - which is in the former British Legion building. With a delicious menu featuring steaks, pies and lamb shank, plus sharing platters of burgers or seafood, Billycan is a real foodie gem. Portions are big so something from the small plates menu may be enough for those with smaller appetites. Lower Frog Street, SA70 7HS; 01834 842172 - ww.billycan-tenby.co.uk
Umi (3 minute walk) is a new Japanese-influenced place which does brunch and dinner and uses local fish & seafood. Including donburi bowls, roll-your-own sushi and a brilliant dessert of Taiyaki Pancakes filled with chocolate and ice cream. 15 High St, Tenby SA70 7HD; 01834 842502
Simply Seafoods (5 minute walk) is the place to go for that quick seafood dish, and there's nothing like a pot of cockles and a crab sandwich while sitting on the harbour on a summer's afternoon - or even buying some freshly caught fish and lobster to take home. Castle Square, Tenby SA70 7BW; 07828 046047
Qube (2 minute walk) have special dinner nights (Thai Feasts, Seafood Feast, Posh Fish & Chips) running alongside their regular menu of steaks, Sunday lunches and regular lunches. The Qube is a dependable and exciting destination for some grub. Qube Restaurant, 7 Tudor Square, Tenby SA70 7AD; 01834 845719 - theqube-tenby.co.uk
Stables Restaurant (3 minute walk). Tucked into the castle walls, Stables has tonnes of atmosphere, and serves fresh seafood daily. Stables Restaurant, S Parade, Tenby SA70 7DG; 01834 843318 - www.stablestenby.co.uk
The Blue Ball restaurant (2 minute walk) is known for sourcing local ingredients and serving pub classics and fine dining at a good price. From a sumptuous Sunday lunch to fillet steak or a quinoa salad. The Blue Ball, 10 Upper Frog St, Tenby SA70 7JD; 01834 843038 - www.blueballtenby.com
Top Joe’s Neapolitan pizza (4 minute walk) offers indoor dining and takeaway pizzas. Made with fresh pizza dough from scratch and using local ingredients as much as possible, Top Joe's is worth a visit and the kids will love it.
Top Joe's Tenby, Upper Frog St, Tenby SA70 7JD; 01834 218089 - www.topjoes.co.uk
Fecci's Fish and Chips (1 minute walk) when in Tenby is a must and Fecci's often has queues winding all the way down Lower Frog Street. D. Fecci and Sons, Lower Frog St, Tenby SA70 7HS; 01834 842484.
The Dennis Café (5 minute walk). With the view from this cafe over breakfast or dinner, you'd want to eat at Dennis' all day everyday if you could. Breakfast, coffees, cakes and smoothies - Dennis' can cater for those in a rush or who want to spend all day at the beach. Castle Slip, SA70 7BL; 01834 842298.
Harbwr, previously called The Buccaneer pub (4 minute walk), is now run by and stocking the local Harbwr beer, where you can get a cracking fish & chips and a fine selection of bar meals. Harbwr Tenby Harbour Brewery, Sergeants Ln, Tenby SA70 7BU; 01834 842273 - harbwr.wales
Salty's (9 minute walk) is planted right on South Beach. Salty's offers a wide menu filled with local fish and meat and they also offer a bottomless beachside brunch. If you don't want to sit in, there's also Salty's Salted Shack takeaway which has brekkie baps and filled rolls. Salty's Beach Bar & Restaurant, Water's Edge, South Beach, Tenby SA70 7EG; 01834 219101- saltysbeachbarandrestaurant.co.uk
When out and about:
Ultracomida (10.7 miles) Spanish restaurant and delicatessen. 7 High Street, Narberth; 01834 861491 - www.ultracomida.co.uk/page/venues/narberth
The Watermans Arms, Pembroke (10.6 miles): 2 The Grn, Pembroke SA71 4NU; 01646 682718
Wisemans Bridge Inn, Saundersfoot (5.5 miles): Wisemans Bridge, Saundersfoot SA69 9AU; 01834 813236 - www.wisemansbridgeinn.co.uk
Local Activities: (Useful source: www.aroundtenby.co.uk/what-to-do)
Activities on offer locally include: Surfing/ Surf Lessons, Coasteering, Rock Climbing, Abseiling, Mackerel Fishing, Guided Rockpool Safaris, SUP Sessions, Coastal & Island Cruises, Seal Safaris, RIB rides.
Fishing: Fishing trips can be taken from Tenby, and Saundersfoot (and further afield from Dale or St Davids).
For families with younger children, The Tramway, Saundersfoot is ideal as it is a disused railway line (4 miles away). Ride: 4-mile return. Cafes: in Saundersfoot and Wiseman’s Bridge. Running between Saundersfoot, Wiseman’s Bridge and Stepaside, this hugely popular walking and cycle trail hugs the cliffs along the seafront, from Saundersfoot, disappears into a tunnel and pops out in Wiseman’s Bridge before taking you up the aptly named Pleasant Valley to Stepaside. You’re riding the old railway line that ran down from the old Ironworks, so lots of interesting features to look at. And the sea looks great from this angle too. Bring a torch! www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/cycle-pembrokeshire/cycle-pembrokeshire-dramway-trail
Stackpole mountain bike trail, Stackpole Estate; National Trust - Stackpole, 88A Main St, Pembroke SA71 4HH (12 miles away) -www.nationaltrust.org.uk/stackpole/trails/stackpole-mountain-bike-trail
St Govan’s Head - Stack Rocks, near Pembroke (17 miles away). This is a fantastic stretch of riding and the only section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail that is accessible by bike. St Govan's Head, Pembroke SA71 5DP - www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/cycle-pembrokeshire/stack-rocks-st-govans
For a muddier route, (and further afield), try the Llys Y Fran Country Park (23 miles/40 minute drive). It is 6.5 miles around the reservoir (bike wash available!): Llys y Frân Country Park & Reservoir, Clarbeston Road, Llys y Frân, Pembrokeshire SA63 4RR. Bike Hire: on-site - llys-y-fran.co.uk/llys-y-fran-cycling/
Bike Hire:Pembrokeshire Bike Hire based in Manorbier can arrange collection from their base, have bikes delivered to your accommodation or any location in Pembrokeshire. You can hire hybrid, road or e-bikes depending on your route. - pembrokeshirebikehire.co.uk
There are three excellent golf courses in and around Tenby.
1. Tenby Golf Club, the oldest links course in Wales, has views of the south beach and Caldey island - within walking distance (0.6 miles/11 min walk ): The Burrows, Tenby SA70 7NP .
2. Trefloyne Manor (2.1 miles) is nestled in beautiful woodland Trefloyne Ln, Tenby SA70 7RG.
3. Celtic Haven Golf & Leisure Club (4.5 miles) is perched on a cliff top, with spectacular coastal and island views: A4139, Lydstep, Tenby SA70 7SG.
Marina facilities are available at Milford Haven and Neyland, where most of a yachtman’s needs are catered for.
CASTLES, HOUSES & GARDENS:
There are an abundance of historic castles, homes and gardens to visit in Pembrokeshire including:
The Tudor Merchants House in Tenby (3 minute walk) has been restored by the National Trust and recreates the home of wealthy merchants trading from Tenby during the 1500’s: Tudor Merchant's House, Tenby SA70 7BX - www.nationaltrust.org.uk/tudor-merchants-house
Manobier Castle (6 miles): Manorbier Castle, Manorbier, Tenby SA70 7SY - manorbiercastle.co.uk
Carew Castle & Tidal Mill (7 miles): Castle Ln, Carew, Tenby SA70 8SL - www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/carew-castle/
The National Trust’s Colby Woodland garden near Amroth (8.6 miles) is a garden for all ages: National Trust - Colby Woodland Garden, Colby Woodland Garden SA67 8PP - www.nationaltrust.org.uk/colby-woodland-garden
Pembroke Castle (11 miles): Pembroke Castle, Pembroke SA71 4LA - pembrokecastle.co.uk
Picton Castle (18 miles) is a cross between a medieval castle and a fortified manor house also home to a beautiful woodland garden within 40 acres: Picton Castle Gardens, Rhos, Haverfordwest SA62 4AS - www.pictoncastle.co.uk
Cilgerran Castle (30.5 miles/53 min drive) commands a dramatic location perched high above the Teifi Gorge: National Trust - Cilgerran Castle, Cilgerran Castle near, Cardigan SA43 2SF - www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cilgerran-castle
St Davids Bishops Palace (36.5 miles/one hour), once home to the Bishops of St Davids: Bishop's Palace, St Davids, Haverfordwest SA62 6RJ.
Dyffryn Fernant (30.5 miles/55 min drive) is a six acre garden near Fishguard. It started its life as a ‘complete wilderness’: Dyffryn Fernant Garden, Fishguard SA65 9SP - www.dyffrynfernant.co.uk
Take a boat trip to the beautiful island of Caldey. A fleet of boats runs to the island from Tenby Harbour from Easter to October (5 minute walk to harbour)
At Tenby Museum and Art Gallery on Castle Hill (0.3 miles/6 min walk) you’ll find children well catered for with plenty to bring the history of the town to life, including dressing up, trails and quiz sheets - tenbymuseum.org.uk
Tenby Leisure Centre (1 mile/20 mins walk) has a large indoor pool and caters for kids during the season - pembrokeshireleisure.co.uk/tenby-leisure-centre/
Ritec Valley Quad Bikes (2.9 miles/11 mins drive) offer suitably challenging terrain if you don’t mind a bit of mud! Ritec Valley Quad Bikes, Roberts Wall, Penally, Tenby SA70 8NF - www.ritec-valley.co.uk
Tenby’s Dinosaur Park (3 miles/8 mins drive) is set in mature woodland where you can expect to spot a friendly tyrannosaurus-rex or diplodocus amongst the foliage or hop across the field to Makin’ Tracks to try out segways, quad bikes and scale model tanks. There is an adventure playground and an indoor soft play area for the younger children. : Dinosaur Park, 2 Gower View, Gumfreston, Tenby SA70 8RB - www.thedinosaurpark.co.uk
For a walk on the wild side visit Manor House Wildlife Park (3.5 miles/ 9 min drive). Wales' only walking safari! a 52-acre zoo where your little ones will delight in spotting the exotic animals such as the tigers and zebras, with a children's play area so there will be something to keep them entertained for the entire afternoon!: Manor Wildlife Park, St Florence, Tenby SA70 8RJ - www.manorwildlifepark.co.uk
Heatherton World of Activities (3.5 miles/9 min drive) will keep the whole family entertained indoors and out, with treetop trails, paintballing, fishing, archery, go karting, crazy golf, a zip wire and much more. With its 18 hole golf course. Try some karting or even "walk on water" in the parks giant zorb balls! Heatherton is also a dog friendly activity park that has a dog agility course: Heatherton World of Activities, St Florence, Tenby SA70 8RJ - www.heatherton.co.uk
Folly Farm (6.5 miles/15 min drive) with the amazing vintage funfair and enjoy a close encounter with nature –penguins and rhinos, to the only giraffes in Wales: Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, Begelly, Kilgetty SA68 0XA - www.folly-farm.co.uk
Battlefield Live (9 miles/17 min drive) offers a taste of combat with lasers instead of paint! Battlefield Live Pembrokeshire Laser Combat, Amroth Rd, Llanteg, Narberth SA67 8QJ - www.battlefieldlivepembrokeshire.co.uk
Oakwood Theme Park is a 20-minute drive away (11 miles). Ideal if you have a head for heights, rides called Vertigo, Megafobia and Bounce don’t leave too much to the imagination! Try Neverland and the Family Adventure Zone for less adrenaline-fueled fun: Oakwood Theme Park, Canaston Bridge, Narberth SA67 8DE - www.oakwoodthemepark.co.uk
Visit the iconic The Boathouse in Laugharne, home of the famous Welsh writer Dylan Thomas (21 miles/35 mins drive): Dylan Thomas Boathouse and Cafe, Dylan's Walk, Laugharne, Carmarthen SA33 4SD - www.dylanthomasboathouse.com
Pembrokeshire Falconry (34.8 miles/45 min drive) where you’ll have the opportunity to fly birds of prey yourself. The British Bird of Prey Centre, National Botanic Garden of Wales Middleton Hall, Llanarthney SA32 8HN - www.pembrokeshire-falconry.co.uk
Please see www.aroundtenby.co.uk/walks-around-tenby/ for some great routes.
In Tenby Town - For a bit of history and some lovely views take a stroll on the Tenby Ghost Walk, – great evening entertainment and light-hearted storytelling including ghosts, pirates, fairies and witches!
Walk on the dramatic limestone coastline at Stackpole over the Barrafundle Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches in the UK (12 miles).
Walkers are well catered for with the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path commencing at nearby Amroth.
SURROUNDING VILLAGES AND TOWNS THROUGHOUT PEMBROKESHIRE:
SAUNDERSFOOT (3.6 miles)- A bustling fishing village idyllically situated at the foot of a wooded valley on the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast, with an abundance of shops, pubs and restaurants whilst the attractive harbour provides sailing and fishing opportunities. The stunning, sandy Blue Flag beaches present a wonderful spot for relaxed bathing.
MANORBIER village (6 miles) For a spot of history, make sure you visit the 11th century Castle, or enjoy a long relaxing afternoon at Manorbier's world class surfing beach where you can sunbathe, swim or take the opportunity for some watersports such as kayaking and sea fishing.
NARBERTH (11 miles), situated in the heart of Pembrokeshire, has become a shopping haven for all things Pembrokeshire including sculpture, art and pottery.
NEWPORT (30 miles/ one hour), on the river Nyfer, is a picturesque small market town with a rich history.
St Davids, the smallest city in Britain. (36 miles/ one hour)
MUSEUMS AND CULTURE:
Tenby Museum & Art Gallery (6 minute walk), tells the story of a fishing and trading port that became a fashionable resort Castle Hill, Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA70 7BP - tenbymuseum.org.uk
Narberth Museum (10.5 miles) is filled with amazing exhibits: Narberth Museum, The Bonded Stores, Church Street, Narberth SA67 7BH - www.narberthmuseum.co.uk
Milford Haven heritage and maritime museum (18 miles/30 min drive) covers everything from whaling to modern day petroleum: Milford Haven Museum, The Old Customs House, Sybil Way, Milford Haven SA73 3AF - www.milfordhavenmuseum.co.uk
The Last Invasion Tapestry in Fishguard (35 miles/50 min drive) is an amazing embroidered 30 metre long tapestry which tells the story of the 1797 last invasion on mainland Britain.: Fishguard Library, Town Hall, Market Square, Fishguard SA65 9HA - lastinvasiontapestry.co.uk
Pembrokeshire Fish Week - June - www.pembrokeshirefishweek.co.uk
Narberth Food Festival, winner of Gold for Best Event in the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards - takes place late September - www.narberthfoodfestival.com
St Davids Cathedral Festival at the end of May - stdavidscathedralfestival.co.uk
The Fishguard Folk Festival at the end of May - fishguard-folk-music.co.uk
Fishguard International Music Festival in July - fishguardmusicfestival.co.uk
Aber Jazz, Jazz and Blues Festival in Fishguard in August - www.aberjazz.com
Tenby Blues Festival in November - www.tenbyblues.co.uk
For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please check out www.visitpembrokeshire.com/
Things you need to know about High House (6 guests) if you’re thinking of booking a holiday there:
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