cyclists, birdwatchers, shopaholics, beach lovers and thrill-seekers
all find Highgrove to be an ideal cottage base for a short
break or full-scale holiday.
world famous Pembrokeshire National Park and Pembrokeshire
Coastal Path are nearby, along with the Landsker Borderlands
Trail and the historic Knights Way.
The spectacular Canaston
Wood is an ancient natural habitat for bluebells, other exceptional
wild flowers and wonderful native trees. Some of the most exhilarating
cycle routes are easily accessible. They criss-cross Pembrokeshire
beautifully. Other sporting entertainment includes a string
of golf facilities such as an 18-hole pitch’n’putt
challenge at Herons Brook, just minutes away from Highgrove.
Pembrokeshire’s golf treasures include links and parkland
facilities, championship and novice courses. Visitors to the
skies above Highgrove include remarkable birds of prey such
as buzzards and the treasured red kites. Bring your binoculars!
Those in search of sophisticated
retail therapy, meanwhile, can head to the renowned boutique
shops and galleries of Narberth, only a mile from Highgrove.
Astonishingly beautiful beaches are a traditional element of
Pembrokeshire’s great appeal.
Close to Highgrove there
are the stunning sands of coastal glories such as Amroth, Saundersfoot
and Tenby. They are unmissable. Family thrills need never be
in short supply for those staying at this self catering accommodation.
Oakwood is one of the UK’s leading theme parks, Folly Farm is among Wales’ day-out
diamonds for young families and the high-spec Blue Lagoon indoor
swimming complex is a brilliant new addition to the area’s
fabulous attractions. All these are just a few minutes drive
from Highgrove. Whichever way you like to relax, Highgrove
will have the answer.