Sometimes, of course, its best to just brave the elements. The weather in Pembrokeshire can change very quickly, so just because it is raining in the morning doesn’t mean that it will stay that way all day long. And the weather can often be very different in the North and South of the County, and even raining in St Davids and sunny at Newgale. Nevertheless, Pembrokeshire is predominantly an outdoor destination and the success of a holiday can rather depend on the weather.
For families in particular there attractions that can help on a rainy day. Folly Farm has a good proportion of its attractions undercover, so a successful day can be had by dodging from one barn to the next. At Milford Haven dockside, Pirate Petes is an indoor bowling and soft play area. The pizzas are good too; baked on the premises, whilst you wait.
The Palace cinema is a small independent in Haverfordwest and the Torch theatre in Milford Haven shows films and small productions. There are modern swimming pools at leisure centres in Haverfordwest and Fishguard that have both been very nicely fitted out. Both these leisure centres also have gyms and sports halls which can be booked.
For guests staying in the cottages a general selection of guides and fiction books have been left out. We also provide a good range of board games, jigsaws and DVD’s in the cottage and have many others that you are welcome to borrow.