As well as the beautiful beaches, dog friendly cafes, walks and other places to explore were on our listPlaces to visit in Pembrokeshire with your Dog
Cenarth Waterfall and Woodland walk
The lovely waterfalls of Cenarth got us excited for a day out, and although not to the Brecon Beacons standard, it's still a great walk for the pooches and humans.
A small amount of water flows past the bridge and makes a great place for the dogs to swim, as well as a great woodland walk that follows it around too.
The woodland is beautiful and it was so very quiet too, not bumping into another walker on our travels. Although a short walk, it followed the hills up and down, with great places for the Severus and Lily to pop in for a swim in the stream and run free through the woods.
Blas at Fronlas Cafe
Newport had a few lovely cafes and places to eat, that allowed dogs, we decided to try Blas at Fronlas for lunch one day. A licensed cafe that sells yummy sandwiches, home made cakes and the best hot chocolate.
Sev and Lily sat under the table, settled with their chews, while we tucked into our lunch in the cosy and cute cafe- perfect for a drizzly March day.
Beautiful Tenby was our favoruite places to visit in Pembrokeshire, this may have helped because of the sun shining all day too.
A gorgeous fishing town, with pastel colour houses, dog friendly cafes and wonderful beaches too.
The beach was perfect for Sev and Lily to zoom around on, popping in and out for a quick swim and chasing the ball around the seaside.
Exploring the sweet town, we found a great place to eat, and noticed most were dog friendly. Also stopping for a drink while the sun was out, at South Beach Bar & Grill, the terrace area was perfect and the spaniels joined many other dogs lounging with their humans.
What places to visit in Pembrokeshire with your dog, would you recommend?