Things to do
We are ideally located for you to explore everything South Pembrokeshire has to offer. Barafundle Bay, Broadhaven South, Bosherston Lilly ponds, The Green Bridge of Wales, and our closest beach, Freshwater West - ideal for a stroll or surf!
Below is a list of things to do and take advantage of during your stay here in Pembrokeshire.
Walks - King's Mill is ideally situated to make the most of some of the best walking in Wales, with spectacular scenery and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path nearby.
Beaches - Pembrokeshire, particularly in the south of the county, has some of the best white sand beaches in the UK, arguably the world. Why not pack a picnic, your bucket and spade, and spend the day relaxing and building sandcastles at Barafundle or Freshwater West?
Surfing & Bodyboarding - There are plenty of world-class surf beaches in Pembrokeshire, and several within easy reach of King's Mill, including the mighty Freshwater West. Further north, the likes of Newgale and Whitesands offer outstanding surfing when the conditions are right. Nick is a keen surfer and can point you in the right direction. We can also organise you surf lessons, stand up paddle boarding and lots more with the local operator.
Wildlife - Pembrokeshire is teeming with wildlife, thanks to the presence of the UK's only coastal National Park. Trips can be booked to Skomer Island early in the season to see the island's puffins, one of Pembrokeshire's iconic bird species. There are countless other species to look out for, and not just on land - Porpoises and seals are common sightings along St.Bride's Bay.
Castles & History - South Pembrokeshire is the perfect place to steep yourself in history, as there are several castles within a short drive. The closest castle, Pembroke Castle, is most well-known for being the birthplace of Henry VII. Other castles within easy driving distance include Manorbier and Carew. All are a great day out and a chance to learn about Pembrokeshire's chequered past.
Chilling around the campfire - Your stay in Pembrokeshire would be incomplete without ending the day sat round a crackling campfire toasting marshmallows and taking in the beauty of the Pembrokeshire evenings, this is a must!