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Dive into Pembrokeshire head first!
Eat fabulous food!
Discover all that it has to offer!
Explore the wonders of the Pembrokeshire Coast!
The Magic 3
Walk directly from Musselwick Farm and join the coastal path to get to one of the largest and most stunning beaches in Pembrokeshire. This is popular with surfers, keen fishers and is the perfect set up for BBQ's on the rocks and sunset swims. It's also one of our faves for dog walks so make sure you take your pooches for a stroll.
Marloes’ marine life is rich, with the coast surrounding the peninsula a designated Marine Conservation Zone. The high diversity of habitats means you’ll spot all kinds of creatures in the water and on the shoreline.
Dog Walks - Surfing - Fishing - Wildlife
Martins Haven - Deer Park
Did you can know you can also walk directly from our site to Martins Haven? Enjoy dramatic coastal scenery and chances to spot wildlife from all angles.
No deer to see, but lots of seals (pups in autumn), heather and wildflowers, spectacular rocks and sea views. You'll see most of Pembrokeshire's islands from here.
You can catch a boat to Skomer Island directly from Martins Haven to spend the day walking and seeing all the wildlife it has to offer.
Boat Trips - Seal Watching - Islands - Walking
Located close to Marloes village on the southern edge of St Brides Bay is the lovely sandy beach of Musselwick. This is also accessible directly from our cottages.
Just a 10 minute walk across fields and a descent via steps cut into the cliffside, but it is absolutely worth it. Especially for the famous sunsets.
Our dogs love going down to Musselwick. One of our faves!
Dog Walks - Sunsets - Snorkelling
The wildlife of Skomer and Skokholm is unique and incredibly special, but also very vulnerable.
For this reason we ask all visitors to adhere to our biosecurity rules. Small steps taken by you, during your visit, will help us all to protect Skomer and Skokholm for the future.
Well known for its Puffins, yet there is so much more to the bird paradise including Manx Shearwaters, Dolphins, Harbour Porpoises, Atlantic Grey Seal, Razorbills, Gannets, Fulmars and the unique Skomer Vole. The island is surrounded by some of the richest waters for wildlife off the British Isles from delightfully coloured sea slugs to magnificent cetaceans.
During spring the island is covered in a display of beautiful bluebells so vast that the whole island appears blue! The old fields, the valleys, the cliff tops. No part of the island is spared from this bluebell explosion. A shade of pink is added to the island’s colour during the summer as swathes of Campion cloak the landscape.
Boats depart for Skomer: Tuesday to Sunday at 10am, 11am and 12 noon. Return trips run from 3pm and are allocated according to your outward journey. Boat times are subject to change and additional crossings may be scheduled during peak periods.
Where to Eat
The Griffin - Dale
With roaring log fires in the winter and eating out on the alfresco terrace in the summer enjoying the spectacular sea view whilst watching a selection of fresh seafood en route from the Haven straight to your plate a few hours later – there is quite simply no better place to enjoy your locally caught seafood!
The Lobster Pot - Marloes
A traditional country pub serving great food in a cosy restaurant/pub setting. Enjoy a Large beer garden, pool and gaming machines and childrens menu available. Well behaved furry friends are welcome in the bar area.
Coco's - Dale
A Family friendly restaurant based on the dale seafront. They pride themselves on local produce serving Mediterranean Sharing Plates, Stone Baked Pizzas, Capital Roasters Coffee and much more.
Dog friendly also with a pool table out the back.
Takeaway and sit in. A perfect chilled evening/lunch option.
The Clock House - Marloes
Fully licensed family run cafe. All day Breakfasts with pancakes not to miss, light lunches, filling family favourites, Homemade cakes, ice creams, smoothies, amazing Coffee, loose leaf tea.