Back-to-nature glamping, foraging and feasting at The Little Retreat in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire’s coast is getting a lot of love in this year of the great staycation, but swing your focus away from the crowds to the Cleddau Estuary and you espy ancient oak woods and expansive views with their own quiet, soul-soaring beauty. A whisper away from the sea, The Little Retreat in Lawrenny takes glamping to a whole new back-to-nature level, with wildflower meadows that … Continue reading Back-to-nature glamping, foraging and feasting at The Little Retreat in Pembrokeshire

Foraging for food and thought with Wild About Pembrokeshire

The pandemic may have shrunk our lives over the past year, but it also opened our eyes to the natural world like never before. Tapping into our deepest primal instincts, foraging is about so much more than hunting for wild food. In many ways it is a moving meditation, a way of celebrating what each season brings and finding headspace in a constantly switched-on age.  … Continue reading Foraging for food and thought with Wild About Pembrokeshire

The great Welsh taste test: the seaside-inspired beers of Tenby Brewing Co

Wales boasts a greater density of independent craft breweries than either England, Scotland or Northern Ireland, and so with beer being such a significant part of the food and drink renaissance here, we thought doing a taste test with one of the brilliant breweries would be the perfect way to launch the Great Welsh Taste Test section of the site! Hopping up to the tasting … Continue reading The great Welsh taste test: the seaside-inspired beers of Tenby Brewing Co

Caer Bwdy Bay, source of Pembrokeshire’s striking purple stone

Look at Pembrokeshire’s coastline closely, the extreme-west coastline snagging in madly-gouged cliffs and cave-mouths and coves and rock stacks and smashed reefs and bewitching brokenness around St Davids, and a colour you would not expect distinguishes itself. Purple. And not from the heather, but from Pembrokeshire’s purple stone, most famously gracing St Davids Cathedral, which characterises both the craggy seaboard and lots of the regional … Continue reading Caer Bwdy Bay, source of Pembrokeshire’s striking purple stone