Located in the stunning National Park, just over a mile from the coast, Newgale Lodge is ideally situated for coastal walking in Pembrokeshire.
The pretty village of Solva is at the centre of eight miles of unspoilt coastal scenery stretching from Newgale in the east to St Davids in the west.
The Gribin is a rocky headland guarding the entrance to Solva Harbour, giving spectacular views along the coast and across St Bride’s Bay. This walk is a perfect complement to time spent in Solva’s interesting shops and galleries, and there are plenty of places in the village to refresh yourself afterwards.
For those looking for a longer walk, the shuttle bus between Newgale and St Davids lets you walk the whole stretch in a day, or half of it in a half-day.