Conwy Valley Ramblers

protecting footpaths, promoting walking

Pembroke May 2018

Kevin and I ( Joanna) stayed on in Pembroke for a few days after the Ramblers Conference in April 2017. There is lots to see with stunning costal scenery- cliff stacks and arches, wildflowers and seabirds so we have organised a return visit to allow group members and other to enjoy these with us.

We've booked ourselves 4 nights at the Pembroke Dock Travelodge.There is a supermarket and local cafe very close by. We will do our best to coordinate car sharing.

The dates are : check in Sunday May 20th ; checkout Thursday May 24th. Cheapest cost when we booked £168 per double room

So if you would like to visit Pembroke coast national park with us book yourself in and let us know that you are coming. Please remind me if you did not recieve this itinerary. Thanks Joanna

Pembroke Holiday itinerary


Optional walk from Aberaeron.

Meet at 12.30pm for 4 mile circular walk with a picnic stop, Coast path south and Henfynyw. GRID REF: SN 457 633


Train from Pembroke Dock to Tenby @ 11.09. Walk Coast path to Saundersfoot and Wiseman’s Bridge then inland to Kilgetty. Train back. 8 miles.

There are options for a shorter walk.


Coastal cruiser bus (387) from Pembroke Dock @10.40 to Bosherston. Walk Coast path to Stackpole Quay and Freshwater East, inland to Lamphey bus/train back 9 miles

shorter walk -4 miles just to Stackpole quay bus back


Car share to St David’s; bus(411, 11am) St David’s to Newgale. Walk Coast path to St Non’s and inland to St David’s ( 9 miles)

shorter walk: same bus to Upper Solfa, walk Coast path to St Non’s and St David’s ( 5 miles)


Optional morning walk. Meet in Pembroke. Millpond and Castle walk in Pembroke 3 miles

Of course all walks are optional but I will assume people are doing the Mon/ Tues/ Wed ones unless you tell me otherwise

Monday, July 16, 2018