Pembroke Toutist Guide

Pembroke Visitor Information

Pembroke has a long and rich history dating back over 900 years. Tourists flock to the area to enjoy sites such as it's renowned mediaeval Norman castle, it is an interesting place for a holiday. The castle puts on some great events including Shakespearean productions and medieval banquets. The castle is also known as being the place where King Henry VII was born and is stunningly positioned between two tidal inlets high on a ridge.

You can enjoy outstanding displays and examples of Norman life are offered by the Pembroke Visitors Centre in Pembroke. Pembroke dock can be found just 2 miles outside the centre of the town and offers boating and a range of water sports activities. The surrounding area of Pemroke has natural beauty and is an outdoor enthusiasts paradise ideal for participating in cycling, walking, horse riding, bird watching, diving, fishing, rock climbing, kayaking, surfing, sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing and golfing.

The Pembrokeshire area has several interesting picturesque towns and villages. Amroth is a little coastal village which has a fabulous white sandy beach. Broad Haven features the most popular beach in St Brides Bay. Carew is situated at the end of a wonderful tidal inlet and has tourist attractions such as Carew Castle, Carew Tidal Mill, the Carew Celtic Cross and more.

Hotels in Pembroke

The town has accommodation facilities on offer to suit all budgets. Some of the well established quality hotels in Pembroke and its surrounding area include: The Coach House Hotel in Pembroke's centre. In Pembroke Dock you can find the, Cleddau Bridge Hotel and St Brides Hotel in Saundersfoot, which is located about 10 miles from Pembroke, perched above Carmarthen Bay and Saundersfoot harbour, on a headland.