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Trewern Arms Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Newport, Dyfed

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Trewern Arms Hotel Nevern
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Trewern Arms Hotel, Newport

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Pembrokeshire boasts a wide range of things to do see and experience. The magnificent coastline can be walked throughout the year and boasts a myriad of wild flowers seabirds and scenery which is quite special. The sunsets are a joy to behold.

For the more active there is a wide range of water-sports golf horse-riding trekking sailing surfing etc. There are castles to explore churches to see and we must not forget the Cathedral at Britain's smallest city - St Davids which is well worth a short pilgrimage. Inland there are the Preseli hills, the origin of the bluestones of Stonehenge.

The whole area is rife with tales of long ago old beliefs adventures and so on. Ask the locals they'll tell you. The tranquil & picturesque village of Nevern is ideal for fishing with the River Nevern opposite the hotel rambling sightseeing or just relaxing whichever mood takes you.

Even shopping for arts & crafts at the nearby towns of Newport Cardigan and Fishguard all within a short drive. The nearby historical 11th Century Church and Celtic Cross with its world famous Bleeding Yew Tree in the graveyard. Also the 6th Century Pilgrims Cross and 12th Century Nevern Castle is a must for sightseers as the archaeologists from Durham University have unearthed the Castle Tower and found historical artefacts.

The burial grounds at Brynberian are of great interest as is the Iron Age Village reconstruction of the original site at Castell Henllys. There are many country walks with the recently opened Nevern Historical Walk a great favourite with ramblers. With a host of other activities such as watersports horse-riding golf etc.

within 2 miles of The Trewern Arms Inn in North Pembrokeshire it makes an ideal get-away-from-it-all centre

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  • Car parking available onsite
  • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
  • Bar

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Nevern, St Brynach Church & Cross - 0.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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Newport (Pembrokeshire) Castle - 1.7 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Pentre Ifan - 2 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Waun Mawn - 3.5 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Penlan Uchaf Garden - 3.6 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Tafarn-y-bwlch Standing Stones - 3.6 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

St Dogmael's Abbey - 6.2 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Cardigan Castle - 6.9 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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