Pembrokeshire features in Wonders of the Coast Path TV series

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Perhaps we’re biased but we think our stretch of the Welsh coast is pretty incredible.

And it seems we’re not alone, because the spectacular Pembrokeshire shoreline recently featured in a TV series celebrating the people who live and work beside the sea in Wales.

Filmed last summer, Wonders of the Coast Path is an ITV series that offers you the chance to travel along the Wales Coast Path – without getting up from your sofa.

The six-part series, filmed by ITV Cymru Wales, sees ITV Good Morning Britain presenter Sean Fletcher explore the 870-mile Welsh coastline, from Flintshire to the River Wye.

Picture yourself in stunning South West Wales

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In episode four, Sean’s journey reaches Pembrokeshire – a 186-mile section of the national route. The programme is a welcome tonic during this period of lockdown, especially if you’re missing the sights and sounds of the awe-inspiring Pembrokeshire coast.

Here, Sean meets a family who have moved to the coast to live off-grid, near Newport, and takes part in an archaeological dig to unearth the secrets of St Patrick’s Chapel, in the sand dunes overlooking Whitesands Bay.

This leg of the adventure also sees him join members of Pembrokeshire Blind Society to find out how they use sound to experience the coast, and discover baby seals at Castlemartin military firing range.

Watch the show now

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You can watch the Wonders of the Coast Path series by visiting the ITV Wales programmes page.

What’s more, the series is scheduled for broadcast throughout the UK from the beginning of July.

We’re ready to welcome you, when the time is right

The Welsh Government’s latest review of lockdown measures took place on 29 May. Thankfully, we’ve passed the first peak of the COVID-19 infection, and cautious steps are being taken to relax the restrictions.

We know you’re longing to visit Pembrokeshire, and we can’t wait to welcome you. But we thank you for listening to the message to ‘Visit Wales. Later.’

Refresh yourself with a cottage holiday

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We hope this blog will serve to inspire you as you plan your post-lockdown getaway to South West Wales.

Visit Pembrokeshire and you’ll get the chance to feel the sand between your toes, to blow off those cobwebs on the coast path, and get cosy in one of our idyllic cottages.

With St Brides Bay Cottages, you can choose between a wide range of enticing holiday lets in St Davids, Porthgain, Solva, Newgale and Pwllderi.

Book today

You can make a booking to stay in one of our handpicked holiday homes for arrival after 3 July (subject to the Government lockdown rules).
Plus, you can make a provisional booking for your 2021 holiday – without any need to pay a deposit.

To book your self-catering break in South West Wales, call the team at St Brides Bay Cottages on 01437 720027 or email: enquiries@stbridesbaycottages.com