Get out in the fresh air and see all that Pembrokeshire has to offer!
Wondering what to do during your stay? Our local team have highlighted below some activities you can get up to!
Coasteering is the sport that put Pembrokeshire on the map. It brings together the best aspects of the local environment into one exciting activity.
Here at Newgale Lodge we are surrounded by some of the best surfing beaches the UK has to offer!
Pembrokeshire climbing is regarded as some of the best in the UK, boasting stunning views and a variety of routes catering to beginner and advanced climbers alike!
Have an Adventure!
There’s no better way to see Pembrokeshire’s stunning coast and hidden gems than by stand up paddle-boarding along the coast!
We are lucky enough to have an on-site high ropes and abseiling course which can be booked in advance to complement your stay at the Lodge.
Whether it’s a jaunt through the countryside or an afternoon of coastal exploration, horseback is a spectacular way to experience Pembrokeshire.
Make some memories!
Boat trips are an amazing way to see all of the wildlife, islands and scenery that Pembrokeshire has to offer! Newgale Lodge have partnered up with Falcon Boats to provide a range of incredible boat trips. Click here for more information.
Paddle your kayak under incredible towering cliffs, rock formations and through nooks and caverns, seeing Pembrokeshire’s coast in the most spectacular and adventurous way.
Kite and Windsurfing
Right on our doorstep is Newgale, a stunning blue flag beach stretching just over two miles which is increasingly popular with kite and windsurf enthusiasts.
Get out and about!
With its deep spiritual traditions and rich heritage, this part of Pembrokeshire is ideally suited to those seeking a spiritual retreat.
Pembrokeshire has so much to offer with its glorious national park, beaches and forests; but the county is also host to some of the best tourist attractions in Wales!
Walking & Hiking
Pembrokeshire is home to a range of walks for all abilities with breathtaking views of the countryside or the sea. Why not take an afternoon amble along our famous coastal path?
For advice on any of these adventures, simply . . .