What’s Nearby?

Penrhiw Farm is the perfect location for exploring North Pembrokeshire. Head down the farm track to explore our world-famous coast path, enjoy our beautiful beaches or dive into the sea, there’s something for everyone. 

Below are some of our favourite places.

On the doorstep

Neolithic Burial Chamber – 0.2km

In the field behind the house is a neolithic burial chamber dating back to the stone age. A must-see for anyone interested in ancient history. 

Pembrokeshire Coast Path – 0.8km

Walk just a few minutes down the farm track, turn left and you’re on Pembrokeshire’s world famous coast path.

This stretch of the Coast Path takes you towards Strumble Head Lighthouse. Enjoy breathtaking views and regular visits from dolphins, seals (and the occasional whale!) 

Goodwick – 1.6km away

Goodwick is a small seaside village and one of Pembrokeshire’s best-kept secrets. 

Goodwick Beach & Parrog

A quiet, safe beach with sandy and stony sections with nearby playpark and cafes, popular with swimmers, paddleboarders and kayakers.

Stop in to The Ocean Lab to visit the Sea Trust Sea Mor aquarium or take part in a seashore safari and enjoy a walk along the breakwater to make the most of the sea views. Keep your eyes peeled for seals and dolphins!

Goodwick Moor Nature Reserve & Boardwalk

A peaceful walk through the woods and nature reserve of Goodwick Moor, includes a boardwalk through the moor itself. Brilliant for birdwatching.

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Fishguard – 3km away

Fishguard is a historic coastal town, home to the last invasion of Britain. The town hosts an eclectic mix of live music year-round with folk, rock acoustic and pop performed in venues around the town.

Take the coast path in the other direction to walk to Fishguard from Penrhiw (3km) or drive and park in the town to enjoy the walks from there. 

For families, there’s a leisure centre, a playpark and Theatr Gwaun, a community-run theatre with live theatre shows, cinema screenings and a Saturday morning kids showing.

Marine Walk

A stunning paved section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Park at the top of Goodwick Steps to walk along the headland to Lower Town Fishguard past one of the town’s two stone-circles.

Last Invasion Tapestry

Visit the Last Invasion Tapestry in Fishguard’s Town Hall and Library. Wales’ answer to the Bayeux Tapestry telling the story of the last invasion of mainland Britain near Fishguard, by the French in 1979. An incredible piece of local history.

Fishguard Music Festivals

Lower Town Fishguard

A picturesque fishing village at the bottom of the town. Delicious food, including local crab and lobster sandwiches served from The Yacht Club Cafe during seasonal opening times.


Kayak King takes groups kayaking from Lower Town Fishguard. Explore local caves and secret beaches which can only be reached by water and enjoy kayaking around the headland.

Fishguard Fort

An abandoned fort with cannons visible from Marine Walk and Lower Town Fishguard.  Follow the coast path to walk there (3 miles, about 1.5 hours) or a short drive with parking at the fort. 

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Also Nearby

7.5km from Strumble Head Lighthouse: Strumble head lighthouse and the surrounding area are beautiful, rugged, remote and unspoilt, with some excellent hiking trails. 

10km from Abermawr, Aberbach & Melin Tregwynt: Abermawr and Aberbach are two secluded, remote beaches just a few miles drive from Penrhiw B&B. Also close to Melin Tregwynt, a working woollen mill with a cafe.  

13km from Cwm-yr-Eglwys: A small seaside hamlet with a beautiful church ruin and stunning walks along the coast path.

14km from Newport: A pretty coastal town with nice restaurants and shops and a sandy beach. There’s also a golf course here for anyone who enjoys a few rounds.

20km from Porthgain: A pretty harbour with walks along the coast path. The Shed At Porthgain does great food serving sea food and fish and chips.

20km from Abereiddy: A stony beach with walks amongst old kilns and Pembrokeshire’s famous blue-lagoon.

26km from St David’s: The UK’s smallest city. Delightful restaurants, art galleries and shopping, plus the Cathedral is a must-see. Do check out Oriel y Parc to experience the talents of Pembrokeshire’s local artists.

Try Coasteering! In a nutshell it is an all-in-one experience that involves about rock-hopping, shore-scrambling, swell-riding, cave-exploring and, yes, cliff-jumping. Contact TYF Adventure in St David’s for more details.

27km from Haverfordwest: An old market-town and the biggest shopping town nearby. The castle is pretty and the weekly producers market is worth a visit. 

34km from Cardigan: A beautiful town with a historic castle, nearby beaches such as Mwnt and Poppit Sands and a beautiful nature reserve. A lovely selection of independent shops, restaurants and award-winning cafes.

40km from Oakwood Theme Park

47km from Folly Farm

50km from Skomer Island

171km from Cardiff Airport, which is the closest airport.

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