Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Quick quide to West Wales - lifestyle post

Hey guys,

For the first time in years we didn't go on holiday to Devon as my parents now have a caravan in W.Wales (Pendine sands)

The first place I'd recommend is NARBERTH - we headed here on the Monday afternoon to browse around the cute shops. I'd recommend going to Jagos for beautiful home wear and ladies clothes, Six on the high street is another gem then go in the clock tower for amazing art galleries. For food Lillie's coffee shop is great for a light lunch of Ultracomida is an amazing deli and restaurant.
This high street is full of cute gift shops, delis and galleries to spend hours browsing around.

TENBY - Is a place I've been coming to most of my life and it is an amazing town. One of the great things about Tenby is how there is so much to see but it probably takes less then half an hour to walk from one end to the other. 

The amazing view of the harbour, I love walking along the pretty coloured houses and each one is so different.

The turning around from where I shot the above photo walk down a path to Castle beach which is such a cute beach, this leads to the castle and museum. All of this is just from the end of the main high street.

Shops - There is a bigger Jago's in Tenby with way more clothes and choice if you needed another excuse (when we were there they had a warehouse sale in the evening so naturally I got a few bargains)

Nook and cranny sells amazing pieces locally crafted from art to candles, furniture and children's clothes. 

This time we stopped here for lunch (amazing food, frozen yogurt, open again in the evening for meals and pizza) there are loads of places on the main street we've been too previously such as bluebell and the mooring.

Everyone loves a cute independent bookshop right?

You can even take a horse and cart tour of the town.

This trip to Tenby we had dinner at the Coach and horses, which was recommend to me by some guys on twitter (@afashionoddity). It is Tenby's oldest pub that now has a Thai chef, so the menu has both traditional pub food and Thai food which is great if some of your family hate spicy food and others don't.

For starters we had the fish and shrimp sweet chill cakes.

I had a prawn Thai curry and dad had duck with oyster sauce. Both of which were amazing so filling, a great amount of meat and veg (so many curries out are just rice, sauce and a few prawns).

My brother had this insane surf and turf with steak, mussels, loads of chips, peas and a lush  mushroom sauce. It was all so well cooked and just so much food. 
This restaurant is 10/10 for classic British cosy dinning with a modern twist and high quality food. All of the staff were so friendly too.

Just thought I'd end this post with these beautiful pictures of the sky one evening when we took a walk along the beach right by our caravan in Pendine.
I could go into way more detail with more towns and places to recommend but this is just based on my most recent trip but I must mention Saundersfoot which is really near Tenby.

Have you been on holiday in west wales, where do you love in this area guys?

Love Charlotte

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