The Pembrokeshire Coast

My dear friend ALP and I went to the Pembrokeshire Coast last week for one of the most relaxing and rejuvenating vacations I’ve ever had.  The scenery was breathtaking, and the B&B was the perfect combination of antique quaintness and sleek modernity.  We explored Cardigan, Newport, Moylegrove, and the Welsh moorlands.

The guide rather lamented the lack of a clear day to see the view below, but I was ecstatic to ride through the fog on the moors.  It was like being in a novel. 🙂

The B&B was so perfectly appointed, and we were so comfortable during our stay.  I highly recommend The Old Vicarage Bed and Breakfast in Moylegrove to anyone looking for a quiet, relaxing vacation in beautiful surroundings.

We walked down to the Perrog on the Coastal Path one afternoon, and reveled in the fresh air and amazing views.

We saw this abandoned rowboat on the way.

And these moss-covered rocks separating the beach from the street were so picturesque.

Just down the road from the B&B was the most beautiful little country church.  We were able to go in and look around!

I believe this was the castle in Cardigan, privately owned and currently operating as a guest house according to someone we spoke to.

I’ll remember this trip always!

As I wrote this blog post, I realized I was listening to the playlist of a CD ALP made for me years ago!  How perfect. 🙂

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Hufflepuff. INFJ. Highly Sensitive Person. Lover of literature and needle crafts.
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