EXPLORE THE PEMBROKESHIRE COAST

FROM RUNWAYSKILN, MARLOES
Runwayskiln, in the heart of Marloes peninsula, acts as an ideal base, or just a great place to rest and have a bite to eat while exploring. Find out more about the area below.
ABOUT PEMBROKESHIRE
Pembrokeshire is fondly regarded as one of the most spectacular places to visit, down to the varied wildlife, rugged yet beautiful terrain, amazing homegrown Pembrokeshire produce and the fantastic food and drink on offer.

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is one of the only truly coastal national parks. With 299km (186mi) of spectacular coastline. The National Park was established in 1970, and has since continued to grow in popularity.

Pembrokeshire is the perfect destination for swimmers, beach go-ers and surfers, but offers much more than beaches! Whether you want to walk, go on an adventure, go birdwatching or simply relax with your family, Pembrokeshire has it all.

Often described as “a hidden gem”, “driftwood heaven” or “breathtaking”.

SKOMER ISLAND
Skomer Island is infamous for the sheer volume of Puffins and Manx Shearwaters it homes every season.
MARLOES SANDS
Marloes Sands beach offers a huge expanse of sand and rolling waves to enjoy. Whether you want to catch some surf, or simply relax, this award winning beach has it all.
MARLOES MERE
The wetland at Marloes Mere is home to many breeds of bird, making it a must-see for any Birdwatchers while in Pembrokeshire.
WALK THE COAST
Pembrokeshire Coast offers some of the most spectacular walks in the UK. With rugged cliffs and rolling seas for miles of the County.

Runwayskiln cafe will re-open on

Friday 29th March 2019

 we take bookings for 12:00/12:30 and 14:00/14:30.

We're at our desks and so please get in touch if you have a query!

Claire & Charlie

 

 

 

 

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Tel: +44 (0)1646 636545