10 things that couples or friends can do during Autumn in Pembrokeshire

We are the best place to stay if you are a group of friends or a couple. Central, beautiful, and next to all the stunning attractions in Pembrokeshire. Here are 10 things you can do in autumn while you stay.

Take a walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is an 186-mile trail that winds along the rugged coastline of Pembrokeshire, offering stunning views of the sea, cliffs, and secluded beaches. In the autumn, the leaves change colour and the air is crisp and clear, making it the perfect time to enjoy a leisurely walk. As you walk along the path, you can stop to admire the views, take photos, or simply enjoy the peace and quiet.

Visit a castle. Pembrokeshire is home to more castles per square mile than anywhere else in the world. They include Pembroke Castle (birthplace of Henry VII and the Tudor dynasty), Carew Castle, and Manorbier Castle. These historic castles offer a glimpse into the past and can be a fun and romantic place to visit with a partner or friend. You can explore the castles’ grounds and ruins, learn about their history, and imagine what life was like there centuries ago.

Go for a coastal drive. Pembrokeshire’s coastline is one of the most scenic in the UK, with its dramatic cliffs, sandy beaches, and picturesque villages. On a coastal drive, you can wind your way along the coastline, stopping off at places like Tenby, St. Davids, and Newport. Take your time to enjoy the views, stop for a bite to eat or drink, and explore the villages that you pass along the way.

Go whale watching. Pembrokeshire is a great place to go whale watching, as it is home to a variety of whale and dolphin species, including minke whales, humpback whales, and bottlenose dolphins. There are a number of tour operators that offer whale-watching tours, so you can book a trip and see these amazing creatures up close.

Visit Velfrey Vineyard. Producer of award-winning wines. Visit the vineyard for a tour and tasting, and learn about the winemaking process. You can also sample some of the wines and enjoy a glass of wine with your partner or friend while overlooking the beautiful countryside.

Go for a hike. Pembrokeshire has a number of beautiful hiking trails, which offer stunning views of the countryside and coastline. You can hike through forests, up hills, and along the coast, enjoying the crisp autumn air and the changing leaves.

Visit a market. Haverfordwest Award Winning Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest and longest running farmer’s markets where you can buy fresh local produce including vegetables, meat and cheese. Buy local produce, crafts, and other goods at various shops around the county. Visit a market with your partner or friend and browse the stalls, finding unique souvenirs to take home. You can also try some of the local food and drinks on offer.
Go to a restaurant or pub. We are known for our fantastic restaurants and amazing pubs, serving fresh, local food and drinks. Enjoy a meal or drink with your partner or friend in one of these cosy establishments. You can sample some of the local seafood, try a traditional Welsh dish, or simply enjoy a pint of beer and a pub lunch.

Visit a museum. You can learn about Pembrokeshire’s maritime history, its Celtic culture, and its role in World War II. Or head to see some beautiful art in one of the incredible galleries. Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is a must see for Star Wars’ fans – it tells the story of the construction in one of the Sunderland Hangars, in the former Royal Dockyard, of the only life sized Millenium Falcon used in the Empire Strikes Back.