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A charming village in the county of Pembrokeshire, Wiston sits near the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, less than five minutes drive from the Daugleddau Estuary or the Secret Waterway of Pembrokeshire.
Wiston sits out in the countryside amongst rolling green fields, winding county lanes and hedgerows scattered with wild flowers. This
Wiston is a tranquil haven so it makes a perfect destination for a holiday in Wales for those looking for some peace and quiet. However, its convenient location means that the bustling, historic town of Haverfordwest is in short driving distance. Haverfordwest offers plenty to see and do including a cinema, shopping, art galleries, a town museum and the ruins of an ancient castle. Wiston is also equally close to the delightful market town of Narbeth. Narbeth is full of boutique shops just waiting to be explored, its also a renowned spot for antique hunting!
If youre looking for places to visit that are fun for the whole family then you wont be disappointed with a trip to Oakwood. Oakwood is Wales biggest theme park and offers an abundance of high speed rides designed to get your adrenaline pumping. There is a special area especially for children that includes miniature designs of some of the larger rides such as the Pirate Ship and Big Wheel. Oakwood is ideal in any weather as there are sections which are completely undercover such as the Techniquest area where kids can play, learn and be fascinated by the weird and wonderful interactive displays.
On one side of Oakwood you will find the Blue Lagoon which is an indoor waterpark that features a wave machine, a rapid rivers ride and two enclosed flume rides-plenty to keep the kids entertained! The Oakwood Bowl sits on the other side of Oakwood Theme Park. A multitude of bowling lanes, a games arcade and a crystal maze themed activity section make up this much loved family attraction.
If getting out and about and making the most of the spectacular scenery is whats important for your holiday then Wiston is perfect for you as it presents easy access to diverse landscape. The nearest beaches are Nolton Haven and Newgale which are part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and boast breath taking views over St Brides Bay. Nolton Haven is a small sandy cove which has been awarded a Green Coast Award and Seaside Award. Nolton Haven is better suited for those who want to try a spot of swimming rather than water sports due to its rather quaint size. If water sports are your passion then visit Newgale. This panoramic stretch of sand is backed by a pebble bank, designed to keep the water from damaging the village properties during bad storms. Newgale is 3 miles in length and has a Blue Coast Award for its cleanliness and facilities. The beach is a haven for surfers and kitesurfers due to the long expanse of open coast. If youre a novice then why not pick up some lessons from Big Blue Kitesurfing, which sits just behind the beach on the opposite side of the road. Big Blue Kitesurfing also offer paddle boarding, kite boarding and power boating so there is something for everyone to try.
In the evening you can relax at the Duke of Edinburgh which also sits just behind the beach. In the summer you can enjoy a refreshing drink on one of the outside picnic benches or cosy up inside in the winter with a mouth-watering home cooked meal.
The Coach House in Camrose is another popular option from FBM Holidays. Perfect for larger families as it sleeps up to six guests, this superb architect-designed conversion of an original Coach House is reached via a private driveway, set well off the road, in its own individual private garden, within the 30 acre estate of Cleddau Lodge Manor House. If youre looking for your own peace and quiet then the Coach House is for you.
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