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"Best views ever."

John and Jadine Seller, The Midlands

The Seaview Hotel, convenient for Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

Walker's Paradise

Pembrokeshire's National Coastal Park offers 186 miles of uninterrupted access to our magnificent and diverse coastline. It takes about ten days to walk the whole route and each year an organised touring party will do just that. See www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk for more details. It is perfect for long distance hikes while its many link paths form a large number of coastal circular walks. Away from the seashore, more rights of way are being refined to give access to the valleys, woods and headlands.

We have already identified some of the spectacular scenery on offer and beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path on The Seaview Hotels doorsteplandscapes to explore on our Pembrokeshire landscapes page. Many of The Seaview Hotel's guests relish the opportunity to stay in a warm, comfortable and friendly environment whilst enjoying walking tours along the coastline. We have mentioned below just a few that have been recommended as being truly exhilarating and enjoyable.

The Marine Walk, Fishguard, is just outside The Seaview Hotel's front door practically and it offers some of the most magical and stunning scenery around. Alternatively, if you start on the coastal path at Aberbach (Hescwm) just a few miles outside Fishguard on A487 it will take you just over an hour to reach the Old Fort at Lower Fishguard. It is excellent walking beside striking cliff scenery. The path is on the cliff top all the way and you can proceed to Goodwick in less than hour, along that marine path.

Harbour Village or Goodwick to Strumble Head is approximately six miles and may take you up to three hours with the going a little tough in places. The remoteness of the Pencaer peninsula, burial chambers at Penrhiw Garn Wen or Stone Pillar commemorating 1797 invasion at Carreg Wastad all make this a favourable trek. Strumble Head itself offers spectacular scenery and a chance to look out for porpoises, seals or dolphins as well as some of the speciality birds Pembrokeshire is renowned for.

Further along the A487 from Fishguard, Newport Sands to Hescwm or Pwll Gwaelod to Hescwm are equally enchanting walks. The path is good everywhere although perhaps slightly overgrown in summer. There is excellent coast and cliff scenery and pwll gwaelod is especially popular for swimming and the pub and restaurant on the beach. You can walk along Pen Dinas to one of the great viewpoints in the entire county.

The Carn Ingli circular walk from Newport is one of the best inland walks near The Seaview Hotel. Carn Ingli translates to 'Mount of Angels' and it is especially impressive for its sense of peace and tranquillity as well as beautiful scenery.

 
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