Keeston is ideally situated for visiting the whole of Pembrokeshire with a wide range of attractions. Haverfordwest, the County town, is 5 miles away. There is a large Tesco, a Morrison's and an Aldi, as well as Marks and Spencer for food shopping. If you are after a more varied shopping experience, Narberth is 15 miles away with a number of quirky independent shops, delicatessens and an antique centre. If you are cooking for yourselves, Andrew Rees the butcher is highly recommended. For more local supplies a garage with small shop is 2 miles away as is the Pelcomb Inn.
If visiting the south of the County a good car tour could include Folly Farm, Pembroke Castle and Manorbier Castle, Barafundle Beach, and Bosherston Lily Ponds. A northern tour could include Solva Harbour, St David's Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace and Porthgain Harbour. There are a large number of galleries including the Oriel Y Parc in St David's.
Picton Castle and Hilton Court Gardens are worth visiting.
Pembrokeshire has so many beautiful beaches you will be spoilt for choice. Nearby Newgale and Whitesands are large, popular and sandy beaches. Newgale's pebble banks can cause some accessibility issues for some parts of the beach. Nolton is a smaller, sandy beach about ten minutes drive away. Neyland has a popular marina with a nearby cycle path used by joggers, walkers and cyclists alike. Porthclais, Porthgain and Solva have picturesque harbours ideal for crabbing and rockpooling.
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