Things to do in Pembrokeshire

This page gives you a general feel for the many things to do in Pembrokeshire on your stay at Fields Lodge, we have much more detailed information ready and waiting for you in the lounge if any of the following appeals to your adventurous side!


Skomer Island Pembrokeshire

Skomer is THE reason to come for many visitors to West Wales. We are fortunate to be only approximately 15 minutes drive away from the embarkation point to Skomer – Martins Haven.

Skomer Island Pembrokeshire



Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is renowned and Fields Lodge sits on the path seen flagged on the Ordinance Survey Map. As well as the National Park, we sit on smaller paths granted by Tyr Gofal, again this path can be accessed from the back of Fields Lodge. Take the path from Sandy Haven to Dale and you will find many hidden sandy coves that you may well find that you will have to yourself – even in the height of the summer.

For tide times click here

Information on walking the coastal path


We have an abundance of vehicle free cycle paths that can be picked up at many spots around Milford Haven and Neyland. Jayne is a keen cyclist and has good knowledge of the local paths.

Brunel Trail

Cycle Hire Information

Route A, Saundersfoot Cycling, Saundersfoot Activities & Sports

Milford Haven Golf Club, Milford Haven


The local Golf club is only a two minute drive away, with an excellent course suitable for all abilities. Visitors are most welcome.

Visit the Milford Haven Golf Club Website

Bird and Nature Watching

The cliffs provide excellent viewing for many bird species and even if you don’t want to venture very far you can sit in the lounge at Fields Lodge and watch the wildlife from the comfort of a comfy sofa – we are very honoured to have many unusual birds visiting the garden. Woodpecker, Lapwing and Pheasant as well as the more common garden birds.We have an owl that likes to visit whilst out and about at night.There are superb boat trips around the beautiful islands off the coast and is a “must do”.

Pembrokeshire Islands Bird Watching

Marloes Mere Bird Watching

Gannets on Greassholm


Pembrokeshire National Park apart from its famous coast path is almost as famous for its diving. We have links to the local BSAC club and are able to point you in right direction for any assistance you may need whilst diving in the Pembrokeshire Coast. Air fills can be arrange with the local dive shop without too much fuss. Drying room facilities for Dive gear will be provided. The is sufficient car parking space to facilitate rib parking.

Horse Riding

There are many riding schools that offer great hacks across the countryside and along the sea shore – suitable for all abilities – a gallop across the beach with the wind in your face is an exhilarating experience and guaranteed to give you an appetite!

Norton Stables –


Fishing is a dedicated pastime in the local area with many boasting of some great catches-whether you want to fish from shore or out at sea you will not be disappointed.

Further fishing information

Surfing and Kayaking

The beaches all around Fields Lodge are prime locations for these sports – in particular Newgale is superb for surfing or any wind sport.

Watersports at Broad Haven

Watersports at Dale

Watersports at Newgale

Marloes Sands 2


Fantastic! What more can we say – Fields Lodge sits right in the middle of a range of beautiful beaches. Sandy Haven is one of Pembrokeshire’s most wonderful beaches and is completely different at full tide to low tide. It is one of the most uncommercialised beaches and is a hidden asset. 5 minutes drive away is Little Haven – a wonderful small charismatic beach and this leads onto Broad Haven, Druidston Haven, Nolton Haven and then Newgale.

Not forgetting in the other direction; St Brides, Dale, West Dale, Marloes, St Martins Haven, Musslewick Bay – these are all fantastic beaches that all deserve a visit.

More information about Pembrokeshire Beaches


Wriggle into a wetsuit, fasten up your adventure kit and explore Pembrokeshire from the sea. Have a scramble, climb, swim and rock hop your way around the coast.

Celtic Quest Coasteering –



Pembrokeshire has a wealth of castles, the most famous probably being Pembroke Castle, birthplace of Henry VII, the founder of the Tudor Dynasty. Always take a guided tour if you can, its well worth the little extra that it costs.

Read more about our Castles


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