Is bosherston lily ponds dog friendly?

A different waterside walk is the nearby Bosherston Lily Ponds, where dogs are welcome. This relaxing lakeside view takes in plenty of wildlife, so keep dogs on a lead where possible.

Is Stackpole Quay car park open?

Our car park and tea-room (takeaway only) at Stackpole are open. We may be busy, so we encourage you to visit at quieter times to help us keep everyone safe. We urge everyone to follow Welsh Government Covid-19 Regulations and to visit responsibly.

How much is parking at bosherston lily ponds?

How to get there. Own transport: South Pembrokeshire, 5 miles south of the town of Pembroke. Approach via the B4319 road. Parking is free.

Is Tenby suitable for disabled?

Pembrokeshire has some excellent facilities for those people holidaying with disabilities, limited mobility and other physical impairments but it is not always that easy trying to find out what you want to know. Many people enquire about mobility scooters in Tenby and the surrounding areas.

Can you swim at Stackpole Quay?

Go wild swimming or kayaking on Stackpole Quay beach It’s a great place to go open water swimming as the cove is protected from the stronger waves out to sea.

Why does Pembrokeshire have royal connections?

Tudor links across county The Tudor links in Pembrokeshire span from Dale, where Henry Tudor landed from his exile in Brittany to claim the throne of England, to Lamphey Bishop’s Palace, where Henry’s father – Edmund, Earl of Richmond – regularly stayed.

What county is amroth?

Amroth is both a village, a parish and a community 7 miles (11 km) northeast of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Located on Carmarthen Bay, Amroth is noted for its long sandy beach which stretches the length of the village….

Country Wales
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town NARBERTH
Postcode district SA67

Where are the Great lily ponds at Bosherston?

The great lily ponds at Bosherston are one of the showpieces of the South Pembrokeshire coast. Coupled with the adjacent Broad Haven and, by the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, with St. Govan’s Chapel, they make a walking circuit of considerable interest, with attractive scenery.

How do you get to the lily pond on the road?

Proceed towards lane opposite car park (wheelchair sign on wall on right hand side) follow lane down to lily ponds. Follow pavement on right side of lane (minimum width one metre) to descend slope along a series of bends. Steep sections (1:9 to 1.12) to first bend.

What is there to do in Bosherston?

Bosherston Lily Ponds – Freshwater magic walk. An easy walk around Bosherston’s beautiful lily ponds, with options to explore the dunes and pools of the Mere Pool Valley behind Broadhaven beach. The walk is mostly along even gravel paths with two narrow causeways. This walk is rich in wildlife all year round.

Where are the lily ponds in Wales?

A group of freshwater lakes, the Lily Ponds are part of a large wildlife reserve in the area and are home to a plethora of wildlife including otters, wildfowl and dragonflies. Of course, the main attraction is the beautiful carpet of lilies that cover the manmade ponds that have made them a must visit for those staying in Pembrokeshire.