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Daytrips around Pembrokeshire with Parking for Motorhomes

Stay at Redford with your Motorhome and enjoy day trips around Pembrokeshire.

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Carew Castle and Tidal Mill

A lovely place to visit for a day out. Take a stroll around the mill pond, visit the castle and grind corn into flour in the old mill. Opposite the castle is the local hostelry where you can take refreshments and have a meal.  Check with Carew Castle if they have any events on when you are planning your visit. Free parking. 

Colby Wooded Garden

near Amroth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8PP



National Trust Gardens open to the public within walking distance of Amroth beach.  Guided walks and activities throughout the summer season.  Tea rooms and book shop.  Parking for motorhomes £4 for 3 hours or £8 all day.


Take a tour of stunning Manorbier Castle and the grounds. Visit Grade 1 Listed St James Church and take a stroll along the coastal path or just relax on the beach with an ice cream.  There are also tea rooms and a pub as well as a nearby garden centre with a café.  

Bosheston Lily Lakes & St Govan’s Chapel

Take a leisurely stroll around Bosherston Lily Ponds to Broadhaven South Beach with it’s magnificent ‘church rock’ in the bay. Look out for otters and other wild life whilst you are visiting. National trust Car Park £3 for 3 hours and £6 for a whole day.

Why not stop at the local pub or café, before carrying on to St Govan’s head to see the 13th century St Govan’s Chapel built into the rocks.

Don’t forget to count the steps down and up again – legend has it that the number is never the same! Parking Free at St Govan’s head. 

Freshwater West

Free Parking.  Home to Dobby’s grave amongst the sand dunes – can you find it? A great surfing beach with free car parking and an ice cream van. 


With it’s two bays, a circular flat walk connecting the two, award winning Café Mor at The Old Point house, as well as another excellent café and a public house in the village and plenty of parking what’s not to love about a day out at Angle?

Pembroke Dock


Not much to do on a rainy day? Why not visit Pembroke Dock and combine a shopping trip with a visit to the Pembroke Dock Falcon Museum & Heritagwe Centre and to the Maritime Museum.  Free Parking. Café and gift shop and ‘Find the Welsh Lady Dolls’ for the children.

Nayland Marina

Explore on foot or by bicycle which you can hire at the marinaThe popular Brunel Trails runs from the marina to Haverfordwest taking you on scenic, off-road paths through the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park. Free parking available with a café and restaurant as well as a yacht club. 

Cresswell Quay

Why not take a picnic and go inland to visit the beautiful Cresswell Quay situated on the Cleddau Estaury. At low tide you can walk across the stepping stones to reach the woods on the other side. Or just sit in the pub garden watching the swans, the ducks and the fish swimming around. A relaxing place to stop with free parking. 

Picton Castle

Spend a whole day at Picton castle and grounds including a walled garden, an owl and zoo garden, café/restaurant and interactive escape rooms. Buy a seasonal pass for regular visits as we are sure you will want to return here.


The pretty village of Dale with its two beaches, sailing facilities,fort, café and great foodie pub with a suntop terrace is well worth a visit with ample pay-asyougo parking opposite the beach. You could even walk the coastal path to Martins Haven, where you can catch the boat to the islands of Skomer and Skokholm. To see the seals, the puffins and a wide variety of other birds and wildlife. 

Newgale and Solva

2 miles of sandy beach at Newgale a beach popular with surfers and kite flyers.  There is free parking available and a café and shop. A great place to watch the sunsets.


Solva is a pcturesque fishing harbour village with numerous artgalleries and gift shops, pubs, cafes and lots of surrounding walks.  The car park is a pay and display one.

Scolton Manor

Plenty to do at Scolton Manor with it’s two play parks, nature trail, walled garden, bee keeping centre, restored steam train and the manor house itself.  Tea rooms and gift shop. Parking on site is pay and display.  Download a map of the attractions on the website.



Enjoy water sports, cycling, walking, fishing and many more activities set in 350 acres of stunning countryside.  Walk or drive up to the viewing point for some of the best views.

Preseli Hills & Tafarn Sinc

The hills are the ideal location for some great walking away from the coastline and for some of the best views in Pembrokeshire.

Found throughout the hills is the source of the bluestones that were used in the construction of Stonehenge, some 150 miles away.

A visit to Tafarn Sinc at Rosebush – owned by the local community is a must! With its unique ambience of nostalgia for days gone by and the sawdust covered floors you can enjoy a hearty meal. Parking free.

Castell Henllys – Iron Age Village

Set in 30 acres of Pembrokeshire countryside facilities include a visitor centre, a café & gift shop, a children’s play area and picnic areas.  You will meet the iron age villagers when you visit their houses. Free parking.

St Davids & The Bug Farm

If you take a trip to St Davids – the smallest City in Wales – you will no doubt visit the cathedral – free parking is available opposite.  St Davids certainly has a buzz about it as you would expect from a city that has a bug farm! There are a variety of shops, cafes and places to eat and drink as well as a visitor centre at the Oriel Gallery and the nearby beach is Whitesands Bay.

Abereiddy & Porthgain

Abereiddy is renowned for it’s blue laggon – a flooded former slate quarry – world diving championships have been held there.  There is free parking but it is a narro road down to the beach and the car park.

You can park for free at Porthgain and walk along the coastal cliff top path to the blue lagoon.  Porthgain was a former slate and brickworks harbour whose remains can still be seen. Today it boasts a couple of Art galleries, a restaurant and and pub both offering great food.


In 1797 the last ever invasion of mainland Britain took place when a French force landed three miles west of Fishguard in Pembrokeshire. The fascinating story of this event is told in an embroidered tapestry which was designed and sewn by around 80 local women. It is on permanent show at the gallery attached to the Library in Fishguard Town Hall.

Fishguard has all the amenities you would expect in a small town and of course you can catch the ferry from here across to Ireland too.  There is also a sand and shingle beach overlooking the harbour.

Newport, The Parrog & Poppit Sands

Newport Pembs is a bit of a rarity, a small bustling town flanked by a mountain, an estuary and beaches. There is a car park in the town and a smaller one neat the Parrog beach. Places to eat and drink and shops.

Poppit sands is an easily accessible dog friendly beach with a car park, café and shop. The dunes support an array of wildlife.