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Llys y Fran Reservoir & Country Park The   park   covers   350   acres   and   includes   a   212   acre   reservoir.   The   land   surrounding   the   reservoir   consists   of grasslands   and   woodland,   predominantly   sessile   oak.   Two   main   parking   areas   are   available   which   are   pay   and display.   A   perimeter   track   circles   the   reservoir   and   is   popular   for   walkers   and   off-road   cyclists   -   distance   is   6.5 miles. Fishing from bank or boat available. Opening months:  Visitor Centre 26th Feb to 18th Dec Opening times:  8am to late in the summer. 9am to 5pm in winter. Admission:  Free Contact Information: Llys y Fran Clarbeston Road Haverfordwest SA63 4RR Tel: 01437 532273 Fax: 01437 532732 Email: john.sampson@dwrcymru.com
The Gwaun Valley
The   Gwaun   Valley   is   in   the   Pembrokeshire   Coast   National Park   and   has   a   unique   atmosphere   and   an   abundance   of wildlife   and   prehistoric   sites.   The   people   in   the   hamlets   of Pontfaen   and   Llanychaer   uphold   a   unique   tradition   -   they   still celebrate   New   Year's   Day   on   13th   January   according   to   the old Gregorian calendar!
The Gwaun Valley at Pontfaen  
The Gwaun Valley  
There's a smart picnic site with a pond and toilets at Sychbant or if you carry on up the valley, you come to Cilgwyn where there's a candle centre. Cilrhedyn Woodland Centre, run by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, is well worth a visit on its limited open days throughout the holiday season.
Accommodation    in    The    Gwaun Valley   itself   is   limited.   There   is   a hotel     at     Gelli     Fawr     on     the southern   side   of   the   valley,   there's a       touring       caravan       site       at Llanychaer      towards      Fishguard and    there    are    quite    a    few    self catering   cottages   available   in   the Gwaun Valley too. The   pub   at   Pontfaen,   The   Dyffryn is    run    by    the    formidable    Bessie Davies,   a   real   local   character. The pub   is   time   capsule   of   a   bygone era.   The   bar   is   the   front   room   of Bessies    house    and    the    beer    is served    through    a    hatch    straight from   the   barrel.   It's   well   worth   a visit   for   the   experience   but   don't expect   anything   fancy.   Beer   is   all get.  
Microbrewery in Pembrokeshire, Wales Gwaun Valley Brewery is situated in the farmyard at Kilkiffeth Farm, in a redundant granary in one of the most beautiful parts of Pembrokeshire. You can see the brewers at work, smell the malted barley and hops and, best of all, you can have a free taste of the finished product - real ale made from wholesome ingredients and pure spring water. Call anytime,entry is free but for large groups and coaches it is always best to phone first. There is a large seating area which is ideal for functions. After your free taster you can purchase pints or half pints to drink in the brewery, or 500ml bottles to take home. There are also presentation packs which make ideal gifts. Open 7 days a week 10 am until 6 pm and also evenings on request
Cig Lodor Meat Lodor Fach is a sheep, beef and pig farm with a butcher's farm shop on the yard. We offer home delivery in temperature controlled boxes anywhere in the UK. You can visit our stall at the following Farmers' Markets - fortnightly: Haverfordwest, Pembroke and Roath, Cardiff. Weekly: Carmarthen - Friday, Fishguard - Saturday and Riverside Cardiff - Sunday. Also local food festivals and shows.
Penlan Uchaf Gardens, Gwaun Valley, Pembrokeshire Penlan Uchaf offers peace and tranquillity in a unique location. With stunning views across the Preseli Hills in North Pembrokeshire the gardens offer a retreat from everyday life and are ideal as both a starting point or a rest point for the miles of walks situated in and around the Gwaun Valley. Enhance your visit with a tea and home baked cake or soup served with roll and cheese, all served in the conservatory at the Farmhouse.
Linda Norris - Pembrokeshire Artist Oriel Linda Norris Gallery Llwynon, Maenclochog, Clunderwen, Pembrokeshire. SA66 7LB Telephone: +44 (0)1437 532580 “To catch one of her paintings within one`s field of vision is to taste the salt, feel the wind and loose one`s soul in the breathtaking outdoors that is the coast of Pembrokeshire.” Mererid Hopwood
Elizabeth Haines  Local Artist and studio Bryn Morris, Rhosfach, Clynderwen, Pembrokeshire SA66 7QN 01437 532498 www.elizabethhaines.co.uk 
Where Are We?
The Pant Mawr Cheese Farm is situated in the foothills of the Preseli Mountains, and the title picture of the website was taken in the Mountains just a 20 minute walk away from the farm. Pembrokeshire is home to a wide range of scenery from sandy beaches and rugged coastline, tranquil woodland areas and of course the Preseli hills - famous for the Preseli bluestone believed to have been used to build Stone Henge. Pembrokeshire is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK. The Pembrokeshire National Park is the only coastal park in the UK. One of the most popular destinations is Tenby, the historic walled town. For those of you who enjoy country scenery and long walks, and the occasional stop for some good food and pint of real ale, the Preseli Hills is a good destination.
You are more than welcome to visit our farm shop with no obligation to buy. We produce beef, lamb, pork, home-cured bacon and home-made sausages, burgers and faggots. We have recently founded a Dexter herd and can offer Dexter beef (well known for taste and high content of Omega 3), we also offer beef from other local breeds, all the beef is hung and well matured to be enjoyed at its best. Our Welsh x Texel lambs are born at the foot of the Preseli mountains (sweet hill lamb) and pork from our home-reared pigs. Our bacon is home dry-cured (with no added water). The sausages and burgers are low in preservatives and contain 90% well-trimmed meat - well worth a try! Top quality, low mileage food direct from the farm to the consumer and carefully prepared for healthier eating. Directions: If travelling on the B4329 from Cardigan or Haverfordwest, take the B4313 towards Fishguard, you will find our farm shop on the B4313 a mile and a quarter from the New Inn crossroads. Opening times: If we are home, we are open. To be 100% sure, please ring  01437 532277 Facilities: Ample parking. Personal service - we specialise in cutting and packing meat to each customer's requirements. Pantmaenog Forestry Tracks
There   is   a   considerable   expanse   of   20th century   coniferous   plantation   here   above the   old   quarries   at   Rosebush.   It   has   been in    private    hands    and    appears    to    be neglected.   The   heap   of   logs   to   the   left   of the   picture   seems   to   have   been   there   for many   years   and   there   is   no   sign   of   active management.Tracks   within   the   plantation provide circular walking routes.
More     details     regarding     this     newly opened     walk     can     be     found     at     the following web sites: Geograph Site Download PDF Map
Tafarn   Sinc   is   situated   in   the   heart   of   the   Preseli   Hills,   in   the   splendour   of   the   Pembrokeshire   National Park.   It   is   the   highest   licensed   pub   in   Pembrokeshire,   located   ,   snugly,   in   the   small   rural   hamlet   of Rosebush. the winding roads to Rosebush take you on a number of breathtaking scenic routes. Tafarn   Sinc   has   featured   prominently   in   the   historic   and   social   life   of   area,   and   it's   success   today   is   due to   the   fact   that   this   unique   establishment   is   alive   to   the   happy   sound   of   the   Welsh   language.   It   has refused   to   bow   to   the   'whims   of   modernisation'   and   steadfastly   maintains   its   nostalgic   originality.   No doubt   you   will   enjoy   the   'Hwyl'   when   you   visit   Tafarn   Sinc,   but   it   will   probably   be   its   sheer   authenticity and traditional old world charm, that will cast an indelible spell on you. Enjoy   the   comfort   of   yesteryear   and   the   "Hwyl   of   the   Hills!".   Experience   our   juicy   tender   steaks,   ham that's just been boiled and faggot's made the old farmhouse way. Then return for Sunday lunch. Click Here To Visit Our Website.
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