Things to do

At Lochmeyler

We have two children’s play areas and a pet area with two Pygmy-cross Goats, Gertie and Doug; three horses, Selwyn, Dinky & Roo (who belongs to our neighbour); six chickens, one rabbit and finally two lovely Kune-Kune pigs, Pinky and Perky.

We have four dogs, Sweep our spaniel, Sid our Collie, Fly a bit of all sorts and Kenny (along with six siblings who were completely unexpected in April 2017) a half half of Sid and Fly.

The pets are turned out and fed at around 8.00am daily. Guests are more than welcome to come and watch and/or help out wherever possible.

Please note that during the winter months we have to keep the animals in a shed on the farm so if you would like to see them please make sure you bring appropriate footwear with you!

Local Area

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

The Welsh coastline has many contrasts and really does offer something for everyone. From cliff top strolls to estuarine wanders, picturesque fishing villages to vibrant cities, industrial heritage to unconquered castles, desolate windswept beaches to bustling seasides. The Path (which has National Trail status here) passes through some of Britain’s most spectacular and breathtaking scenery, including 58 beaches and 14 harbours and the UK’s smallest city – St Davids.


Celtic Quest Coasteering

‘Best Visitor Experience in Wales – National Tourism Awards & Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards ‘Best Water-Based Experience in Pembrokeshire’, Celtic Quest Coasteering will take you on an unforgettable adventure. Adventure swimming, rock hopping, scramble climbing, wave dodging, cliff jumping and more. Families, children, non-swimmers, disabled, adults, individuals, small and large groups, if you’re over 8 years of age and want an adventure, you can go coasteering! Our specialist guides will tailor the route and adventure to suit your expectations and abilities. Nothing is compulsory, you choose – Go on, jump in!

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Voyages of Discovery (Ramsey Island)

Voyages of Discovery are a long established boat trip operator, situated in St Davids – Great Britain’s smallest city, and surrounded by the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Ramsey Island, an RSPB reserve, lies a mile offshore and further out are the Offshore Islands. These stretch into the Celtic Deep and the warm climate and nutrient rich waters provide sanctuary to a wide spectrum of wildlife. Such is the biodiversity that this area has been designated a Special Area of Conservation (SAC).

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St. Davids Cathedral

The cathedral is a must for anyone visiting St. Davids. The interior takes your breath away – just look up at the ceilings! The choral evensongs are delightful, and very moving; even if you are not particularly religious, go along and soak up the atmosphere. It is free to enter, but there is a donation box, to which everbody should contribute to ensure it stays as it is for hundreds more years. The refrectory is good too, nice coffee and a good selection of snacks.



Newgale Beach

Lovely spacious clean beach with a spectacular entrance an exit via a steep road. The beach is very long with a cliff edge and is bordered to the front between the road by a pebble bank. The are clean toilet facilities. food and drinks are available from various establishment

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Hilton Court Gardens

Housed in an old Victorian courtyard and surrounded with stunning gardens, Hilton Court is the ideal destination for some retail therapy, sample great food or simply somewhere to relax.

Wander in the peaceful gardens or catch up with friends in one of our two eateries – choose from afternoon tea and homemade cakes in the woodland tearoom, or enjoy lunch in the Gardeners Restaurant, prepared with locally sourced produce.

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