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BEST WESTERN Lamphey Court Hotel & Spa is located in Pembrokeshire - voted the 2nd best coastline in the WORLD by National Geographic

No, really!

The Pembrokeshire coast beat off stiff opposition from the likes of Chile, Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, Namibia, Oregon, Scotland and more - so bear that in mind next time you're out walking and it starts to pour down with rain!

Pembrokeshire is enchanting and there is so much to see and do. In the spring and summer, the cliffs and hedgerows are ablaze with gorse and wild flowers attracting many species of birds. It is a delight to drive, cycle or walk and simply enjoy the spectacular scenery, with the 200 miles of coastal footpath attracting hikers of all levels. The offshore islands are renowned nature reserves, boasting sheltered coves, quiet harbours, and miles of safe golden sand, with beaches washed by the sparkling Atlantic Ocean and warmed by the Gulf Stream current.

Pembrokeshire's historical past is evident everywhere, from the line of mighty Norman castles spanning the country, of which Pembroke's impressive castle was the birthplaces of Henry VII and bore the brunt of Cromwell's onslaught.

Well worth a visit is picturesque Tenby, St David’s Cathedral and the 13th Century Bishop’s Palace here at Lamphey, or you can just browse the town’s scattering of antique shops, as well as arts and craft studios. Younger visitors will never get bored, given the nearby leisure and activity parks, including Oakwood, Heatherton, and the Dinosaur Park, alongside nature reserves, marine life parks, as well as Folly Farm, where the family can enjoy a day exploring a working farmstead.

The Milfford Haven Waterway is within easy access of the hotel, and is a must see for both leisure and business visitors to this important area. The Haven is Britian’s largest and deepest natural harbour. It was once a favourite port of call for Admiral Nelson, but now stands as a crucial trading point, heralding giant supertankers every day delivering cargo to our shores.

For further information on Pembrokeshire and the outstanding national beauty around Lamphey Court, please see any of the sites below:

WalesOnline.co.uk

Walking.VisitWhales.com

BBC.co.uk/WalesHistory

Alternatively more information can be found in regards to 'things to do in Pembrokeshire' at VisitPembrokeshire.com