Holidays in West Wales
Princes Gate is a delightful rural village located near Narberth in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales. Surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the Welsh countryside, Princes Gate will appeal to those who are looking for a restful break away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. Great for both families and couples the village and its nearby area have plenty to offer. From romantic walks across the wide open fields, to bird watching, cycling and day trips to historical towns, there will be something for everyone to enjoy.
Start your day off exploring the village on foot and witness the sights and sounds of nature itself. Roiling hills sweep over the landscape and fields flourish with life and vivid colours. Feel your senses renewed as you feel the refreshing breeze blow through your hair and the sheer splendour of the area captivate your heart and soul. Just under three miles away you can venture into the picturesque town of Narberth. Filled with quaint little shops and fascinating architecture, Narberth will excite those with a passion for Welsh arts and crafts as well as charming fashion boutiques and exquisite restaurants. A walk up through the town’s archaic streets will set the scene for its historical atmosphere and will lead you up past the fascinating shops. Browse around the antique shops for an item of the past, or call into “No 47” for some unusual gift ideas. From here you could also try out the unique experience of Spanish delicatessen by visiting “Ultracomida”. Peruse the shelves for a tasteful Spanish wine, or enjoy one of the many cheeses on display.
For a fun filled day out for all the family, head to “Oakwood Theme Park” for some adrenaline pumping action. With the park being just over five miles away from Princes Gate, it is an ideal way to spend your afternoon. Those who enjoy the thrills of fast paced rides will enjoy the stimulating rides of “Vertigo” and “Speed”, whilst the younger members of the family enjoy rides such as “The Pirate Ship” and the “Bobsleigh”. There is also a boating lake and a mini golf course to enjoy along with abundant places to satisfy your appetite.
Should you want to venture a little further a filed, the superb seaside resort of Tenby is merely ten miles away and offers up a delightful beach alongside fascinating gift shops and historical monuments. Either relax in the warmth of the sunshine upon the golden sands, or take a walk around the towns ancient cobbled streets, calling into the cosy cafes or take a trip to the museum to embark on a journey into the town’s medieval past.
Whatever you choose to do whilst visiting this enchanting area, you can be assured that Princes Gate will leave you feeling rested and will have given you the chance to engage with the beauty of nature.