- West of Wales -


An overnight adventure to West Wales.
I think Phil and I had a small communication breakdown about what I wanted to see during our visit. I had grand ideas of idyllic coastal towns and craggy rocky cliffs, showcasing the raw beauty of the welsh coastline. Don’t get me wrong, West Wales has all of that and much more...! I just didn’t get to see as much of it as I would have liked. As it turns out the sun sets super early in winter time. So by about 3.30pm we were already starting to lose the light.

We still had a lovely time. We had lunch in Fishguard in a little rustic pub, where you could bring your dog inside. We explored a “castle” in Cardigan. We then found the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and followed some very narrow lanes to arrive upon a most stunning coastline. It was extraordinary! Very windy and getting dark, we wandered for a short while, before retreating back to the car for our final destination for the night - Tenby. Whilst in Tenby, we went out for a fantastic meal at The Stables. If ever in the area, I recommend eating there.

I can’t wait til we go back to Wales, so that we can really explore beautiful West Wales and the Pembrokeshire Coastal path.