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near gumfreston guesthouse (<1 Mile) (8)

Pottery Workshop at Studio 21 (0.1m)

Use the potters wheel to make and decorate a pot.

Tenby Blues Festival

The Tenby blues festival is a great annual event with live music being played all over town from bars, fish and chip shops with the main events at De Valence Pavilion. If you love the blues, you will love all three days of this great event.


De Valence Pavilion (0.4m)

The theatre is a multi purpose hall. The hall is large and flat floored with removable seating for functions use. With regular events and live performances throughout the year, always worth checking what's on during your visit.

Tenby Boat Trips (0.6m)

Offering two different boats running two different trips - both visiting the stunning wildlife and scenery of Caldey Island. For a wind in the hair experience choose our Seal Safari or for a slightly more chilled out voyage with a bit more shelter and perhaps a drink in your hand, choose the Islands cruise.


Tenby Museum and Art Gallery (0.6m)

National award winning museum. The Story of Tenby gallery telling the unique history of Tenby from the earliest recorded times. "This is a treasure, a little jewel of a place; perhaps the most attractive small museum in the country. Or the world"

Tenby Water Sports (0.6m)

Jet Ski safari, Kayak hire, Boat hire, Speed boat rides or just towed water sports (bouncing banana, donut rides and crazy sofa) we have the Watersport fun that you are looking for.

Pembrokeshire Safari Tours (0.6m)

The flagship tour is a must for anyone wanting to make the most of their time in Pembrokeshire. Departing from Tenby, it will follow the breathtaking coastline as well as the rural side of the county.

Tenby Golf Course (0.7m)

Attention All Golfers

It is a classic 18 hole links golf course. With undulating greens and awesome sea views once visited I am sure it will entice you back again and again.


Generally open 365 days a year, no matter how hard it rains, it always drains due to the sandy terrain meaning it doesn't turn in to bog land in poor weather.


Gumfreston Guest House is only a four minute drive away and then a five minute walk in to town after your picturesque round. 



closeby gumfreston: 1 - 5 miles away from Gumfreston (7)

Ritec Valley Quad Bikes (2.8m)

The largest track and trail in Wales. Over 100 acres of trail routes incorporating woodland, steep hills and flat. Minimum age 11 for trail riding, minimum age 6 for track riding.

Dinosaur Park Tenby (3.2m)

Take a walk on the wild side. Enjoy a monster day our and discover the child within you

Manor Wildlife Park (3.7m)

Wales' only walking safari. Children's face painting available in the zoo, children's wall climbing and lots of chances to play keeps all the family entertained.

Heatherton World of Activities (3.8m)

Award winning family fun. Indoor and Outdoor activities that's great for the small and big kids. Dog friendly.

Grandiflora & Bramleys Garden Centre (4.1m)

Grandiflora pride themselves on excellence in everything that they do. Trees, plants and shrubs are of exceptional quality, gifts are stylish and the catering at Bramley's Tea Rooms is the best homemade fare for miles around. So they claim anyway, why not give it a visit and decide for yourself.

Good Trails (4.5m)

Offering Stand-up Paddleboarding, Sea Kayak Hire, Bike Rental and also offer Free beach wheelchair hire. 


Further... 5 - 10 Miles away from Gumfreston (6)

Pembrokeshire Alpaca Trekking (5.8m)

Looking for something fun to do with the family friend or partner? A trip to Pembrokeshire Alpaca Trekking is a fantastic experience for all ages above 5 years old.

Carew Karting (5.9m)

From parties, corporate events to Stag and Hen do's, a selection of packages are available to accommodate any occasion.

Tuk Tuk Time (6.0m)

A unique experience normally found on foreign shores. A Tuk Tuk is one of the most unique and best ways to get around the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline.

Manorbier Castle (6.2m)

Perched upon the cliffs, in the heart of the village, you can't really miss the Norman's Castle. The castle occupies a commanding position overlooking the beautiful Manorbier Beach with the village nestled behind. Steeped in history and folklore this Norman gem has many secrets to discover.


Folly Farm (6.6m)

Lovely local zoo with a family friendly fairground. One of the best loved local attractions.

Carew Castle & Tidal Mill (7.0m)

Once a home to lords and ladies, princesses and warriors, Carew is now home to ghost stories and rare bats. Come and explore the Castle and Tidal Mill for yourself.


further still..10 - 20 miles away from Gumfreston (10)

Oakwood Theme Park (10.3m)

Wales biggest family adventure boasts fun for the whole family - toddler friendly rides, fast thrills and spills (including the UK’s favourite wooden roller coaster – Megafobia) and spooky Halloween events, late night riding seasons, food & drink, FREE comfy dog kennels.

Pembrokeshire Wake Park (10.6m)

It's time to set the record straight amongst your friends and family as to who really is the fastest runner, highest jumper and the best slider and splasher.

Forty-five minutes of pure joy and fun on Wales's first outdoor aqua park, that will be sure to tire the whole family out.

Blue Lagoon Water Park (10.7m)

Blue Lagoon is a place where carefree summers and cold winter nights come alive with breathtaking rides, rapid rivers and flumes, relaxing pools and special places just for kids. It's a fun filled waterpark that guarantees thrilling aqua-adventures.

Cwm Deri Vineyard (11m)

Take a stroll through this beautiful vineyard in Pembrokeshire. Offering cheese endwise tasting, restaurant overlooking the vines and nature park, woodland and pond walks, Welsh produce shop and deli. 

The Secret Owl Garden (11.4m)

The largest collection of owls in Wales flying everyday. 40 acres of beautiful woodland gardens. 

If you really want to get up close and really spend some quality time with the owls, you can arrange to have one of the flying experiences.

Pembrokeshire Coast (11.7m)

Amazing wildlife, history and culture stretch across the Pembrokeshire coastline. Walking a small part or taking the Coast Path challenge of 186 miles of some of the most beautiful shoreline in Europe.

Paddlewest Canoe Tours (11.8m)

Why not spend a day relaxing taking a slow row around Pembroke Castle. Toddlers and well behaved dogs are also welcome. Want to experience something more extensive then you should maybe consider a guided tour of the Cleddau Estuary.

Marros Riding Centre (12.5m)

Horse Riding for everyone. Marros Riding Centre is family owned and run, set in 140 acres including 15 acres of unspoilt, ancient woodland. They have over 40 licensed horses and ponies to suit all standards of rider.

Morfa Bay Adventures (13m)

Funfor everyone. Activities include; sumo wrestling, body boarding, abseiling, high ropes, surf skiing, axe throwing, archery, climbing and zip line. Additional offsite activities; sea kayaking, land yachting, gorge waling and coasteering.

Picton Castle and Gardens (18m)

Pembrokeshire's finest stately home. Forty acres of some of the most beautiful woodland gardens and grounds in West Wales. A magical day out for all the family.


Well worth the visit: 20+ miles away from Gumfreston (6)

Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Factory (22m)

Need a change and a little indulgence, this might just be what you're looking for. This chocolate factory lets you get stuck in and make your own chocolate. It also boasts to have the only chocolate river and waterfall in Europe. Watch live chocolate making demonstrations, but don't forget to buy some to take away.

Hangar 5 (23m)

If the weather turns and you need an indoor activity or just need something fun for the kids to do then this might be good for you. Hangar 5 boasts an Indoor Trampoline Park and a Huge Soft play centre.

Broadside Boat Charter (27m)

Offering a variety of sea activities from Fishing, Diving, Cruising and Dolphin / Whale watching. 

Dale Sea Safaris (28m)

A visit to Pembrokeshire's offshore islands is an unmissable experience! Take an exhilarating high-speed adventure into a world of island wildlife. Each year hundreds of thousands of seabirds, including Puffins, Razorbills, Gannets, Guillemots and Manx Shearwaters flock to the islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm off the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast. The Islands and the surrounding waters are also home to Seals, Porpoise, Dolphin, Whales and more...

St Davids Cathedral (36m)

Why visit the UK's smallest city while you're in the area. Since the 6th century there has been a church on this site. For the past 1500 years prayer and worship has been offered to God on a daily basis which continues to this day

Thousand Island Expeditions (36m)

Offering a variety of wildlife adventures. RSPB have granted Thousand Island Expeditions sole landing rights to Land on Ramsey Island which is a spectacular nature reserve.

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