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Where to go and what to do while staying at Anchor Cottage

Let's start at home - 8 great things to do in Angle!

05 Visit the Lifeboat

The busy Lifeboat is a big part of Village life, as the boat is crewed by village residents who are mainly volunteers. The Lifeboat Station annual open day is well worth a visit!


06 Walk around the Point

The coastal path links East and West Angle, which means that you can enjoy a scenic circular walk from the cottage with views across the estuary to Dale and St. Anns Head and of the old island forts - about an hour and half.


07 Visit Chapel Bay Fort

A Military Fortress with a Café and Museum. Website for opening times : Chapel Bay Fort & Museum

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08 Go Crabbing

A perennial favourite with the children - just need a crab line (or a piece of string) a little bacon or sausage for bait, a fishing net and a bucket!
Tip - try the jetty near the Old Point House or the Old Bridge ruins - both East Angle Bay


01  Row a boat

The gently shelving beach is perfect for swimming or messing about on a boat* Or if you prefer something larger, you can launch your boat from East Angle Bay. Perfect for paddleboarding too!


02  West Angle Beach

Angle beach has the perfect combination of a gently sloping sandy beach for paddling and swimming, edged with rockpools,  with sheltered areas for sunbathing too!


03  Wavecrest Cafe

Overlooking the beach, the Wavecrest sells ice creams, snacks, drinks and beach toys, as well as a lovely menu - enjoy coffee, lunch with a glass of wine or an afternoon tea!


04  East Angle Bay

 East Angle Bay is brilliant for bird watching, admiring the beautiful boats while sipping a drink at The Old Point House, or exploring the pebbled shore to find shells 

Eating out:

In the village:

The Hibernia Inn - less than 100 yards from Anchor Cottage, you will be met by a roaring fire in the bar and a warm welcome from landlady Hayley! There is a good sized dining room with further tables upstairs, but can be very busy in season - always best to book! Serves good pub food, takeaways, fish and chips and Sunday lunches are highly recommended.

The Old Point House Inn - East Angle Bay has superb views across the bay and a large garden for the children to play in with plenty of seating for outdoor eating. There is a small indoor restaurant serving mainly seafood based dishes, so if you wish to sit indoors booking is essential. The Old Point House is also the home of Cafe Mor, a burger bar in a boat situated in the garden, perfect for family summer afternoons and evenings! 

Just 2 miles away by road you will find the fabulous Freshwater West for surfing, bodyboarding, exploring the sand dunes,Kite flying, walking the endless beach or finding Dobby's Grave! We highly recommend Outer Reef for surf lessons here.

Here are some of the many fabulous places and activities nearby, however did you know that there are 88 wonderful beaches to visit in Pembrokeshire? For website links, or for even more ideas for things to do, pop over to the Visit Pembrokeshire website.


Oakwood Theme Park 

Terrific fun for everyone at Oakwood Park with over 100 rides suitable for everyone from toddlers to adults.

Heatherton World of Adventure 

Our grandchildren love it here! With Go Karts, Zip Wires, Golf, Paintball, Climbing walls, Archery and so much more for older children and adults. 

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.Canoeing, Coasteering, SUPing, Climbing, Kayaking, and more.

Zoos and Farm Parks

Folly Farm

Zoo with a farm animal petting barn and a Vintage Fairground - fun for children of all ages

Manor Wildlife Park ,Tenby

Wildlife park featuring opportunities to get close to  an animal e.g. "meet the Red Panda" experience. There is also a  verylarge indoor play area - very useful for wet days with younger children!

The Dinosaur Park ,Tenby

Diasaur themed fun for younger children.Ok Dinasaurs are not real, but fun for younger children!


Bosherston Lily Ponds (National Trust) 

a super walk leading to the beautiful Broadhaven South beach. Don't forget to take swimsuits and a towel!

Shopping in Narberth

Independent shops, Antiques Centres, Cafes and restaurants - Narberth is shopping heaven! There is an annual food festival here too.


Explore the walled town's many shops, cafes, and restaurants, and enjoy the lovely beaches. Here is a link to the "Visit Tenby" website for more ideas!

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We thoroughly enjoyed visiting the beautiful gardens at Picton Castle - with 60 acres of grounds there is plenty to explore!


With many activities for children during school holidays, interactive displays and plenty to explore this is a great place to spend a few hours in our nearest town!

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