Slebech Park

Slebech Park is a veritable haven set deep in the heart of 600 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside.

With some fantastic, spacious rooms, a fine restaurant (its food being grown on site or sourced locally) and acres of woodland through which to walk; Slebech Park is a peaceful and tranquil base from which to explore Pembroke.

 

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Haverfordwest

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Haverfordwest is the county town of Pembrokeshire, Wales and lies 6 miles away from the village of Broad Haven, part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which is the United Kingdom's only coastal national park.

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Amongst the many attractions within the town is Haverfordwest Castle, which is perhaps the best-known attraction in the area. The castle is located in the town centre in a naturally defensive position at the end of a strong, isolated ridge. The castle was erected in the year 1120 with some Norman features remaining, however much of the architecture remaining today is dated to 1290.

There are several other notable castles in area including Wiston Castle and Pembroke Castle. Haverfordwest town centre has great road links, including the A40, A4076 and A487 roads as well as several rural B roads. Many of the activities people enjoy in this area besides sightseeing are outdoor activities and pursuits such as wildlife watching and walking, largely due to its location in the National Park.

Scolton Museum & Visitor Centre, Haverfordwest SA62 5QL (01437) 731328
Set in the rolling landscaped grounds of a country park, Scolton Museum and Visitor Centre displays the history, culture and energy resources of Pembrokeshire.

Housed in a Victorian manor house, stable block and exhibition hall; the museum also includes a visitor centre where people can learn more about the history and geology of Haverfordwest and the surrounding countryside.

Haverfordwest Castle, 28 Bridge Street, Haverfordwest, Dyfed (01437) 768602
Located in the centre of Haverfordwest, the castle was originally built as an English stronghold in the mid-12th Century.

The remnants of the castle today date from the time when Queen Eleanor, wife of King Edward I, owned the castle. Famous visitors have included King Richard II and Oliver Cromwell.

 



 

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