Pembrokeshire is a suburb place for visitors of all ages and interests with it's picturesque beaches and countryside. Much of it's coastline is included in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and includes towering cliffs, offshore stacks and islands famous for their their colonies of seabirds and wild flowers. Along the coastal path, between the cliffs lies numerous safe, sandy beaches - some small sheltered rocky coves to wide expanses of sand up to 7 miles long. The area contains some of the most impressive castles in Wales with the Normans building a whole series of magnificent fortresses.
The mild climate in Pembrokeshire makes it great for visitors all year round. Whether you are looking for a quiet relaxing holiday with gentle walks across the sandy beaches and dunes or the beautiful coastal path and countryside, interested in taking stunning photographs or capturing the scenery on canvas or you are looking for activities such as swimming, surfing, coasteering, windsurfing, canoeing, fishing, golf and pony trekking, Pembrokeshire can offer it all.
Per Ardua Bed and Breakfast, which can be booked as a self catering holiday home on a weekly basis (contact Andy and Linda direct for more details). is in the pretty coastal village of Freshwater East which is within the Pembrokeshire National Park. Freshwater East Beach lies below Per Ardua just a short walk through the dunes. The local pub serves meals and real ales and is just a short stroll away.
The view from Per Ardua
Freshwater East Beach from coastal path