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St Davids, Pembrokeshire

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findyourbacon Sat 06-Aug-16 21:02:49

We've got a week on the Pembrokeshire coast at the end of August, and just hoping the sun stays out for most of the time, or at least the rain stays away! But does anyone know what's good to do round there on a rainy day, with kids (4 & 8)?

Thanks

Heratnumber7 Sat 06-Aug-16 21:09:02

Crabbing off Solva harbour.
Castell Henllys
Folly Farm
Carew Castle
Pembroke Castle (where Henry VII was born)
Loads and loads of fantastic beaches for swimming and/or rock pooling.

Heratnumber7 Sat 06-Aug-16 21:10:37

Also Cenarth.

Lolimax Sat 06-Aug-16 21:11:43

Hi. There's not masses to do that I can think of in St.Davids itself for LO's but if your willing to travel...Folly Farm in Narberth is an awesome day out in any weather. Just up the road is Bluestone where you can use their large indoor pool with waves and slides etc...
Tenby has Heatherton with lots of pay as you go activities and a zoo. Not been to the zoo but I'm sure it's quite good.
Haverfordwest now has an indoor trampoline place Hanger something or other on the airport. Scolton Manor is also meant to be good.

Bonywasawarriorwayayix Mon 08-Aug-16 18:40:23

The Bug Farm. I've not been yet but it should be fun for that age.

The Bishop's Palace in St David's.

Stick your DCs in waterproofs and go to the beach anyway.

Polyethyl Mon 08-Aug-16 18:42:56

Dyfed Shire horse centre
Castell Henllys
the trampolines at Hangar 5
Cardigan Island farm

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