Sat Nav using postcode is not recommended Coming from Haverfordwest Follow the A487 all the way into St Davids. In St Davids, bear right at the cross square, following the one way system and the A487 out towards Fishguard.
Just as you leave St Davids, bare left leaving the rugby club on your right. Continue along this road for about 2 miles, passing through the hamlet of Rhodiad y Brenin, Hendre Eynon is the 2nd turning on the right.
Coming from Fishguard Follow the A487 right to St Davids, turning right at the rugby club, and follow the final few instructions as above.
We are just 2 miles from St Davids with its magnificent cathedral, and are within easy reach of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and fine sandy beaches. The rocky mass of Penberry dominates the skyline with truly breathtaking coastal views and walking beyond. The Sustrans Route 4 Celtic Trail, part of the National Cycle Network passes right by Hendre Eynon. The Puffin Shuttle bus also passes by, allowing easy access to the coastal path further up the coast. There are many boat trips now available from St.Davids which allow you the opportunity to experience the wonderful coastline and a fantastic array of wildlife, including seals, porpoise and puffins. Family attractions such as Oakwood, Heatherton and Folly Farm are approximately a 30 minute drive away.
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