Walking & Cycling
When Staying At
Walking – where do you start? There are so many brilliant walks, the hardest decision is often deciding which one to do. The drive at Pinewood exits directly onto the Pembrokeshire Coastal Footpath between Amroth and Saundersfoot, so where better to start.
Leave the car on the car park, pop on the boots and off you go. The biggest attraction is obviously the Pembrokeshire Coastal Footpath itself, 186 miles of continuous path between Amroth in the south and St Dogmaels in the north. Few of our guests tackle all of this, but many enjoy linear or circular walks along parts of it.
Pembrokeshire’s dramatic and varied coastline is a joy for walkers, taking in stunning bays, beaches and clifftops, volcanic headlands, glacial valleys and quaint towns. www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales
Cycling is very popular in Pembrokeshire and routes in the county are often along quiet country lanes and byways that link villages and historic sites. The Celtic Cycleway runs directly past our drive, so bring your bike and enjoy the fabulous scenery.
Like a bit of mud with your cycling? Big grins are guaranteed at Llys Y Fran Country Park. The 6.5mile route snakes around the edge of the reservoir and where there’s water, there are puddles and mud. Don’t worry if it’s been a particularly muddy ride, there’s a bike wash available at the visitor centre. Child wash is optional!
Search for a cycling operator or download our Active Travel guide for more cycling routes across Pembrokeshire.