Located in the stunning National Park, just over a mile from the coast, Newgale Lodge is ideally situated for coastal walking in Pembrokeshire.
Upstream from the busy port of Milford Haven lies a world of drowned wooded valleys with a wide expanse of salt marshes and mudflats.
This scenic circular walk takes you through the steep-sided ancient oak woodland of Lawrenny, overlooking the main Daugleddau river and along the tidal creeks of Garron Pill and the Cresswell river. This is a great walk in any season. In winter look for wildfowl and waders in Garron Pill, and in summer for the wild service trees growing under the oak canopy in Lawrenny Wood. Back at Lawrenny Quay, you have a choice between the Lawrenny Arms and [Open from Easter to Autumn] the multi-award winning Quayside Lawrenny Tearoom, with its legendary crab sandwiches.