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Take the B4319 out of Pembroke and then follow signs for Bosherston. Go through Bosherston village, past the church on your left, and turn left just past St Govans Country Inn where there is a sign to ‘Broadhaven.' After approximately one mile, Trefalen is the white farmhouse with outbuildings and a duck pond, on the right, just before the road ends. GPS Co-ordinates: N51 36.454 W4 55.607 Ordnance Survey Reference: SR97 4939 Postcode: SA71 5DZ
Olde Worlde Tea Room & St Govan's Inn, in walking distance. Tearoom & pub in Stackpole.
In Pembrokeshire's National Park, 100 metres from the unspoilt, sandy beach of Broadhaven South, right on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The beach is safe for swimming and is popular with families, surfers, anglers, body-boarders and canoeists.
Barafundle Bay, Stackpole Quay, Bosherston Lily Pools (excellent for coarse fishing) and St Govan's Chapel within walking distance. A wealth of wildlife and rare plants in the SSSI area.
Pembroke & Manorbier castles, Oakwood Leisure Park and Bluestone are within driving distance as is the cathedral city of St Davids; the Victorian seaside town of Tenby; the magnificent castle/ tidal mill at Carew; Dylan Thomas' Laugharne; Caldey Island with its monastery, and the bird and seal sanctuary on Skomer Island.
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