WHERE TO GO AND WHAT TO DO – OUR TOP PICKS!
A fantastic day out for the whole family. Winners of the ‘Best Family Day Out in Wales’ Award 2015. Indoor and outdoor activities, zoo animals including giraffes, lions and penguins. Great fun! No dogs allowed, they recommend local kennels here. SA68 0XA
Thrills and spills on rides and roller coasters for the whole family. Whilst pets are not permitted within the theme park itself, there are complimentary holding kennels at the entrance on a first come, first served basis. Please take your own bed, blanket, bowl and water. SA67 8DE
For wet weather days or simply to be creative, dogs are welcome! SA67 7BT
Theatre with Cinema in Cardigan. SA43 1JY
Anna’s Welsh Zoo has something for everyone! Immerse yourself in the animal world, inspire and amaze the kids, let them run wild while you have a relaxing day too. No dogs allowed, they recommend local kennels here. SA70 8RJ
An activity centre based on the Pembrokeshire coast. Try their award winning water based adventure for all ages and abilities
Birds, Dolphin and Seal Watching. Join a 2, 4 or 8 hour guided boat trip with New Quay’s experts to see bottlenose dolphins, porpoises, seals and birds that visit this beautiful part of the Welsh coastline. SA45 9PS
Dolphin, seal and sea bird watching trips in Cardigan Bay, using modern purpose built vessels with the latest environmentally friendly engines and safety equipment. SA43 1PP
Ramsey Island jet boat trips – offering the fun and excitement of the New Zealand jet boats with the best of Pembrokeshire’s wildlife, and able to explore Ramsey’s challenging caves and coves. Family friendly – and dog friendly – fun for ALL the family!
Canoeing, Kayaking and more. AB prides itself in offering a wide range of adventure activities which are fun, safe and showcase the best of what our natural landscapes have to offer.
Paintballing and Laser Combat. The ideal place to play paintball and Laser Combat in Wales. Other activities also include Off-road Remote Control Buggies, Archery, Woodland Challenge & Paintball Range. SA38 9LE
Stables near Newport, Pembrokeshire, offer long and short treks, cream tea rides to Penlan Uchaf Gardens as well as pub rides to “Bessies” famous Pub the Dyffryn Arms in the heart of the Gwaun Valley. SA42 0SR
Your chance to experience the joys of climbing. Experience the stunning Pembrokeshire national park from this unique perspective – a safe and fun introduction to climbing.
Award winning activity provider offering Coasteering, Kayaking, Surfing, Rock Climbing and Coastal BBQ’s
Discover the wonders of the nature at The Welsh Wildlife Centre and Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve. Families will love exploring our nature trails on foot or two wheels, playing in the adventure playground, discovering our willow maze, meeting our resident water buffalo and friendly giant willow badger. SA43 2TB
Bounce into infinity and get airborne at Hangar 5 – Wales’ first and biggest indoor trampoline park! With a dodgeball court, slam dunk hoops, giant air bag, punch bags and volleyball court amongst over 100-interconnecting trampolines, there is fun for the entire family! Booking advisable, not suitable for Under 4s except during the Parent and Toddler sessions, check the website for more information. SA62 4BY
An amazing collection of over 8000 different plant varieties, spread across 560 acres of beautiful countryside. SA32 8HN
One of the finest gardens in Wales. A Great day out for all the family, based in Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK. SA32 8QH
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail twists and turns its way through 186 miles of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain. From St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south, the trail covers almost every kind of maritime landscape from rugged cliff tops and sheltered coves to wide-open beaches and winding estuaries. This guide contains 16 walks, of varying length and difficulty, that have no stiles or steps. The walks are ideal for families with young children or pushchairs, less able bodied people, and anyone that just wants a leisurely stroll. You’ll also find information about accessible beaches and viewpoints, as well as a list of relevant publications and organisations.
The Ceredigion Coast Path follows the spectacular and varied coastline of Cardigan Bay on the west coast of Wales. Stunning scenery, picturesque villages and a wealth of wildlife – including the highest numbers of dolphin sightings in the UK
Cardigan Castle reopened in 2015 as a heritage attraction, restaurant, accommodation and events venue, after a £12m restoration project. SA43 1JA
National Showcaves Centre for Wales. Over 10 miles of unique cave. Cavers believe that this is the tip of the iceberg and that there is still much to discover. The journey through Dan-yr-Ogof is an experience you will never forget. SA9 1GJ
Family friendly dogs are permitted into the Showcaves but must be kept on a short lead.
The Boathouse is a house in Laugharne, Wales, in which the poet Dylan Thomas lived with his family between 1949 and 1953, the last four years of his life. It was in this house that he wrote many major pieces. SA33 4SD
Dogs are permitted into the garden and the terrace and must be kept on a short lead.
A unique Iron Age hill fort recreated with fantastic replica Iron Age roundhouses, built right on top of the excavated remains of an existing hill fort, dating back 2,400 years. Dog friendly around the entire site except within the cafe. SA41 3UR
Located in the historic former Cambrian Mills, the National Wool Museum is a special place with a spellbinding story to tell. Re-opened in 2004 following major re-development, this flagship museum is a new and exciting place to visit with something for everyone to enjoy. SA44 5UP
Birthplace of Henry VII and once the seat of a succession of major barons, Pembroke Castle has often had a leading role in shaping Britain’s history. On your visit you can explore the labyrinth of passageways and towers, take in the views from the 75ft high Great Keep, descend into Wogan Cavern and enjoy a wonderful picnic or lunch in the stylish café. SA71 4LA
Approx. 25 mins drive from Fron Fawr. A quaint steam railway offering a 20 mins train journey. Cafe etc. also on-site. SA44 5TD
Approx. 1hr drive from Fron Fawr to Aberystwyth but worth it for a fantastic hour’s train journey on a steam train, through the valleys of Wales to Devil’s Bridge. Time for a walk around Devil’s Bridge, enjoying the scenery before taking the hour’s train journey back home again. Well behaved dogs are permitted on the train journey. SY23 1PG
The UK’s smallest Cathedral City. Wonderful Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace to explore, eclectic shops and cafes and stunning beaches. Busy in the summer months.
Specialising in Welsh and British country furniture, folk art and contemporary Welsh art. The gallery is situated in the estuary village of Ferryside which is at the mouth of the river Towy just south of Carmarthen. They sell directly from their website, catalogue or via the gallery. The gallery is open every Friday and Saturday 10am – 5pm and at any other time by appointment. SA17 5SS
Home-made preserves, pickles, chutneys, oils and dressings. Wendy makes the complimentary preserves provided in your cottage – delicious! SA37 0JR
Cheese Farm just 5 miles from Fron Fawr. See the cheese being made if you visit around lunchtime, taste some samples and bring some home to enjoy! SA37 0LH
Situated in the popular country town of Narberth and established by Simon Rich in 1971 it is now being run by his daughter Bryony. The Gallery shows a wide range of decorative and functional ceramics. SA67 7AX