Friday, 1 October 2010

Back from Pembrokeshire

Phew, quite exhausted with over a weeks walking on the coasts and hills of Pembrokeshire. But I did manage to fit in a number of sites on the way.

Carreg Cennan Castle (on the western fringes of the Brecon Beacons) quite a dramatic location

Then on to Laugharne Castle (Dillon Thomas spent time here as well)

Carrew castle (Pembrokeshire council owned, so I didn't look inside as I had visited 20 years ago)

Pembroke Castle, (not CADW but well worth a visit) - William Marshall's tower

A model of the original

St David's Bishops Palace and the Cathedral

Cilgerran Castle, quite impressive for its location

A well deserved rest on an Iron Age Fort overlooking Stumble Head


Matt said...

That is some impressive scenery!

There is still some unspoiled parts of the UK after all!


Bluebear Jeff said...

Nice photos, Sir Will.

-- Jeff