Located in the stunning National Park, just over a mile from the coast, Newgale Lodge is ideally situated for coastal walking in Pembrokeshire.
Climb this rocky volcanic outcrop on the Pencaer peninsula for magnificent views of the north Pembrokeshire coast.
This walk lets you explore one of the most spectacular Iron Age forts in Pembrokeshire which three thousand years later became an important look out during World War Two. On this route you are also close to Strumble Head, a famous spot for watching sea birds in autumn. This is a remote corner of Pembrokeshire, easily missed, but offers some spectacular scenery.