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National Trust Places to Visit in Pembrokeshire

At Eco-escape campsite we're fortunate to be close to some beautiful coastlines, gardens and historical sites. Here are 11 National Trust places to visit in Pembrokeshire on your holiday or short break.

1. Colby Woodland Garden

Colby Woodland Garden - National Trust Places to Visit in Pembrokeshire



Colby’s hidden wooded valley is full of surprises. With an industrial past and a secret garden, it’s the perfect place for heritage hunting and natural play.

2. Tudor Merchant’s House



Time travel to Tudor Tenby and discover what life was like at our 15th century merchant's house.

3. Cleddau Woodlands


Follow the Cleddau waterway through tranquil, ancient woodland, expansive salt marsh and heritage-rich tidal creeks. Its journey from river to estuary is as peaceful and picturesque as they come.

4. Barafundle Bay & Stackpole



Discover Stackpole’s beautiful stretch of coastline for yourself. With award-winning sandy beaches, tranquil wooded valleys, wildlife-rich lily ponds, walking trails and watersports, there’s lots to see and do.

5. Freshwater West & Gupton Farm


Wild, sandy stretch adored by adventurous souls and nature lovers.

6. Marloes Sands


Escape to the Marloes Peninsula, a hidden gem nestled on the very western edge of Pembrokeshire. Stunning seascapes and a wealth of wildlife are waiting to greet you.

 7. Solva Coast


Solva’s jutting headlands, gentle valleys and sweeping shores all have a tale to tell. From Iron Age settlements and industry to chilling coastal chronicles, there’s lots to uncover.


8. Southwood Estate


Explore Southwood’s timeless landscape of wooded valleys, floral fields and craggy clifftops. Stretching straight to the sea, this charming coastal spot is full of scenic surprises.


9. St David's Peninsula


A colourful coastline with heaps of history, this pretty peninsula’s been a cultural hotspot for thousands of years. Discover the area’s ancestry, from Celtic life to Wales’ patron saint.

10. Abereiddi to Abermawr


Blue Lagoon, beaches, rocks and ruins; this wild stretch of coastline is where industry and adventure combine. Dive right into the past and see how stone quarries have paved the way for thrill-seekers

11. Strumble Head to Cardigan


Pick up the pace in Pembrokeshire’s walking country; this rugged and remote expanse of towering cliffs and rocky outcrops is punctuated with coastal paths and soaring sea views.


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