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Caerhys Bed & Breakfast  
 
 

Local Area

Come and enjoy a variety of activities such as coasteering, surfing, absailing or snorkling and enjoy our beautiful beaches whether just sitting and relaxing or exploring the rock pools and taking a swim. Take a walk along the coastal path and take in the fantastic views especially the large variety of flowers and fauna which are at their best in May and June. We have many local beaches Whitesands which is approx. 5 miles away, Abereiddy is just 1/2 mile, with its Lagoon,a former slate quarry. 

Abereiddy was a quarry village, only ruins are left now except those restored as holiday cottages. It is famous for its tuning-fork graptolite fossils that can be found in the slates on the beach.

Traethllyfn is a beautiful beach and is just a short walk along the costal path from Abereiddy.

The village of Porthgain is approximately one and a half miles along the coastal path. Sailing ships and steamers came into the little harbour in Victorian and Edwardian times and took roadstone as far as London. Bricks and slates were exported too. Sadly all came to a dramatic end on July 23rd 1931. 

If your hobby is golfing, we have three golf courses, St.Davids, 9 hole, just 5 miles away, Priskilly 9 hole approx. 7 miles and Haverfordwest 18 hole approx 18 miles. 

Enjoy the history of Pembrokeshire from its castles and cromlechs to St.Davids and the ancient burial grounds. There are many galleries, crafts shops and pottery workshops and mills to visit in locall villages and towns. 

Whatever kind of holiday you enjoy Caerhys is the perfect base to start from.

Abereiddy Beach
 

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