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Maidenhall Point

Maidenhall Point

Roch Castle - Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK    Built in the 13th Century as part of the defences of 'Little England' along the 'Landsker' line, which was the unmarked boarder between the Welsh and English parts of Pembrokeshire and South West Wales.    HDR photography

Roch Castle - Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK Built in the 13th Century as part of the defences of 'Little England' along the 'Landsker' line, which was the unmarked boarder between the Welsh and English parts of Pembrokeshire and South West Wales. HDR photography

Street scene, showing part of Sanger's Circus parade during a visit to Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, South Wales. This elaborate horse-drawn carriage includes a lion and a lamb, with riders dressed in fancy costumes. People on the pavements stop and look. Sanger was a famous circus impresario, staging spectacular shows at large venues all over the country from the 1850s onwards.

Street scene, showing part of Sanger's Circus parade during a visit to Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, South Wales. This elaborate horse-drawn carriage includes a lion and a lamb, with riders dressed in fancy costumes. People on the pavements stop and look. Sanger was a famous circus impresario, staging spectacular shows at large venues all over the country from the 1850s onwards.

Pembrokeshire (Wales). 'Perched at the tip of West Wales, Pembrokeshire boasts one of Britain’s most beautiful and dramatic stretches of coast, with sheer cliffs, natural arches, blowholes, sea stacks, and a wonderful hinterland of tranquil villages and secret waterways. It’s a landscape of Norman castles, holy wells, Celtic saints and the remnants of an even older people that left behind intriguing stone circles.'…

Pembrokeshire (Wales). 'Perched at the tip of West Wales, Pembrokeshire boasts one of Britain’s most beautiful and dramatic stretches of coast, with sheer cliffs, natural arches, blowholes, sea stacks, and a wonderful hinterland of tranquil villages and secret waterways. It’s a landscape of Norman castles, holy wells, Celtic saints and the remnants of an even older people that left behind intriguing stone circles.'…

Castles, Beaches, Wildlife, Art and Good Food - Pembrokeshire is a great choice for your 2017 holiday. All sorts to do and so much to see, read through for more tips and highlights of this beauty spot in South Wales...:

Castles, Beaches, Wildlife, Art and Good Food - Pembrokeshire is a great choice for your 2017 holiday. All sorts to do and so much to see, read through for more tips and highlights of this beauty spot in South Wales...:

Pembrokeshire, South Wales, is the perfect holiday spot for surfers and families alike, fantastic opportunities for ramblers, nature and art lovers, thrill seekers, foodies and those that just like to relax. Check out my highlights here...

Pembrokeshire, South Wales, is the perfect holiday spot for surfers and families alike, fantastic opportunities for ramblers, nature and art lovers, thrill seekers, foodies and those that just like to relax. Check out my highlights here...

'Kilgarran Castle, Pembrokeshire, South Wales', by J. M. W. Turner R.A., etching, 1829 | Peoples Collection Wales

'Kilgarran Castle, Pembrokeshire, South Wales', by J. M. W. Turner R.A., etching, 1829 | Peoples Collection Wales

6 Easy Reasons to Explore South Wales 1. You can be a novice at trains and buses. In South Wales, you quickly learn that knowing what you’re doing isn’t a prerequisite for having everything work out as it should. The recent adventure Jackie, aka Seester, and I had in Pembrokeshire is … Read More

6 Easy Reasons to Explore South Wales 1. You can be a novice at trains and buses. In South Wales, you quickly learn that knowing what you’re doing isn’t a prerequisite for having everything work out as it should. The recent adventure Jackie, aka Seester, and I had in Pembrokeshire is … Read More

Stay in your own Castle in rural Wales. Manorbier Castle, Pembrokeshire, South Wales is available for week long and short breaks

Stay in your own Castle in rural Wales. Manorbier Castle, Pembrokeshire, South Wales is available for week long and short breaks

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