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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Farm
“Folly Farm does what it says on the tin. It is a family fun day in the extreme - so much to see and do for the little ones and plenty undercover”
  • 44 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“Join Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, Charlie Bucket and all your favourite fairytale characters at Oakwood Theme Park - it’s a little slice of fantasy with lots of fun rides thrown in. Come face-to-face with scary ghosts and monsters on Spooky Street – home to all the ghastliest creatures in Oakwood. Put your bravery to the test on the ‘Creepy Crawler’ ride and enter the Witch Hunt scare maze (only if you dare). Bounce away at the Cauldrons mini-trampolines, before recharging with a spooktacular meal at the Haunt pizzeria. From here journey to Neverland where you can join the Lost Boys on a swashbuckling adventure aboard the Jolly Roger Pirate Ship.”
  • 27 locals recommend
Church
“st Davids is a fab place to visit the cathedral is worth’s look and not far from white sands beach it’s worth the visit. There are several gift shops and places to eat and gallery’s”
  • 37 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Bara Menyn Bakehouse & Café an artisan bakehouse and cafe under one roof – in one of Cardigan’s historic Custom House buildings. We bake slow-fermentation, organic sourdough 6 days a week (Mon-Sat, 9:30 – 4pm), as well as serving up a range of locally sourced breakfasts and lunches, home-made cakes and speciality coffee (as well as our famous sourdough pittas and croissants, of course). We also have a licensed bar, outdoor patio/garden area, and welcome those with both dogs (who can sit outside or in our little annex, the ‘Cwtch’), and children (who can sit anywhere). We pride ourselves on our vegetarian and vegan offerings. 45 St Mary Street, Cardigan, SA43 1HA. T: 01239 615310”
  • 34 locals recommend
Entertainment
“Rainy Day? Theatre Mwldan in Cardigan is our nearest cinema Live theatre stage and 3-screen cinema. ”
  • 26 locals recommend
Cafe
“Pizzatipi make Stonebake handmade pizzas, breads, delicious appetisers & sweets. There is a licensed bar that sells locally produced Welsh craft beers, ciders & wine in an open courtyard alongside the River Teifi Estuary. Large bell tents and fire pits make this rustic hideaway a fantastic venue with a difference. Run by 4 brothers and their band of merry friends. During the summer evenings long waiting times can be experienced. Please arrive as early as possible for quicker service or take a drink and enjoy the views. Cambrian Quay, Cardigan, West Wales, SA43 1EZ T: 01239 612259”
  • 31 locals recommend
Entertainment
“Crazy golf; treetops climbing, floating ball fun, dog agility course, lots of indoor and outdoor amusement ”
  • 16 locals recommend
Castle
“It's one of the most photographed castle in pembrokeshireas as its very beautiful, having a walk around it is very relaxing ! and you can looking at all the different birds that live and visit .”
  • 24 locals recommend
Beach
“Considered by many as one of the best beaches in the world, Barafundle is award-winning, and a must-visit when heading to South Pembrokeshire.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Entertainment
“Who's up for a game of knights, princesses and dragons?! Pembroke Castle is a fabulous family day out - look out for boats trip on the moat and any special events, especially the Christmas market! ”
  • 24 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“Reconstructed Iron Age roundhouses on the original footings. Café, walks and interpretation centre.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Lodging
“A local’s beach, popular in summer, but alway plenty of room. A lovely place to walk out of season.”
  • 22 locals recommend
Bar
“Great food, lovely atmosphere, excellent staff, fantastic location and live music.”
  • 27 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“A true National Trust blue flag gem, and arguably one of the most beautiful beaches in Pembrokeshire and an absolute must. It's a bit of walk through fields and headland to Barafundle - but well worth it. The National Trust cafe next to the carpark is a welcome refreshment stop on return! While over this way by the Stackpole estate, be sure to head to St Govans and the little chapel in the rocks - some 75 steps take you down to this quite awesome yet beautifully tranquil spot. Absolutely incredible scenery here.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“This place is on the river, it's much larger than you at first think when you arrive.... and it's dog friendly! The food is highly recommended.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Nature
“Bronze age megalithic site dating back 4000bc. Worth a visit if travelling towards the Preseli hills where the Pembrokeshire blue stone is located. Bluestone was partially used in the building Stonehenge.”
  • 20 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Cafe
“Pizzatipi make Stonebake handmade pizzas, breads, delicious appetisers & sweets. There is a licensed bar that sells locally produced Welsh craft beers, ciders & wine in an open courtyard alongside the River Teifi Estuary. Large bell tents and fire pits make this rustic hideaway a fantastic venue with a difference. Run by 4 brothers and their band of merry friends. During the summer evenings long waiting times can be experienced. Please arrive as early as possible for quicker service or take a drink and enjoy the views. Cambrian Quay, Cardigan, West Wales, SA43 1EZ T: 01239 612259”
  • 31 locals recommend
Bar
“Great food, lovely atmosphere, excellent staff, fantastic location and live music.”
  • 27 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Fabulous fish and chips, friendly faces, in Porthgain's unique post-industrial surroundings.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Great seafood restaurant overlooking Poppit Sands beach. Well worth a visit. Booking essential”
  • 14 locals recommend
Lodging
“Gary and Becky would like to welcome you to the award winning Stackpole Inn;with a restaurant and rooms within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and a short walk to the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. When visiting The Stackpole Inn you can explore the Stackpole Estate, The Lily Ponds of Bosherston and the amazing Barafundle Bay and Broadhaven beach”
  • 11 locals recommend
Cafe
“Great coffee, lovely food, amazing cake selection and good service. Often busy, but always worth the trip.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Bar
“Friday - Arrive settle in then head off to The Nag's Head for some supper and a pint.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Cwtch as the name suggests is a small restaurant in St Davids offering modern dining. ”
  • 9 locals recommend

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