Enjoy an Autumn Winter Break in Pembrokeshire
on Sep 24th, 2015

Experience Peaceful Autumn Days in Pembrokeshire with The Old Vicarage Penally

By the beginning of September, when the school holidays are over and the visitors on large family holidays have moved on, Pembrokeshire becomes a very different place.  Why not find out why autumn in Pembrokeshire is very popular with ramblers, couples, and nature lovers.

Autumn is one of the best times of the year to enjoy Pembrokeshire’s National Park and Coast path.  At the end of September the Seal population returns to the bays and coves surrounding the area for pupping season.  Simply walking along the famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path will allow visitors to spot seals and their pups – if you would like a closer viewing of the seals lots of Pembrokeshire boat companies offer trips to see the seals and their adorable young.

Speaking of which, the Pembrokeshire Coast-Path and rugged Pembrokeshire Coastline are still as breath-taking and impressive at this time of year, so visitors still take Pembrokeshire walking holidays during autumn and winter.  Lots of the local pubs also stoke up their fires come September, so why not enjoy a local ale next to a cosy fire after your walk?

Most of the popular tourist spots also stay open during the autumn and winter months, so after September is also a good time to take the opportunity to visit Pembrokeshire’s famous castles and landmarks whilst also missing out on the crowds which gather there during peak time.  So why not use the autumn to visit Pembroke Castle, Carew Castle, Castell Henllys, or one of our other fabulous Pembrokeshire Tourist attractions.  Have a look at Visit Pembrokeshire’s website for the opening information for a number of attractions in the area our our previous blog post about our favourite Pembrokeshire spots.

Just because lots of the visitors have gone come September it doesn’t stop us enjoying the season and you can find events on all over the county.  There are lots of Halloween events if you fancy being spooked in October, Bonfire night is celebrated all over the county if you’re looking for fireworks, and Christmas Fayres can be found every weekend through-out December.

So why not take advantage of the quieter autumn months and visit us here in Pembrokeshire.  We can help you plan the perfect autumn break here at The Old Vicarage, Penally – near Tenby. Contact us for more information about planning your autumn-winter walking break, family holiday or short-break.

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