In the southwest of Wales, Pembrokeshire is a county that's characterised by its sea views. Dramatic coastlines and exquisite beaches provide an adventure filled landscape. Dramatic landscapes and family holidays by the sea in Wales For those looking for outdoor activities, there is surfing and paddle boarding, whilst those simply looking to walk and take in the natural landscapes will be in for a treat. It is also a haven for fishing in Wales on quieter days on the water. With many a family friendly hotel in the region, combined with the warm hospitality of the likes of Llys Menddyg or Mellieha Guest House - beautiful examples of B&Bs in Wales - Pembrokeshire is also a wonderful place for summer holidays - building castles on golden sands surrounded by towering cliffs, and teeming wildlife at every turn. Amidst the natural beauty, Pembrokeshire is also a place of history and culture - the spectacular castles and monuments surrounded by inspiring gardens, as well as the nationally acclaimed museums and galleries. For children, Pembrokeshire also has its own fair share of theme parks and action rides, while adults looking for a little escapism can indulge in the area's spa hotels. Alongside this abundance of beauty, Pembrokeshire also has a sense of gentility to it, and nowhere is that clearer than in Wales' country house hotels. Take, for example, The Grove at Narbeth with its flourishing gardens and fine dining, its library of books and its cheering fires throughout making for a romantic escape as well as a peaceful one. For a more rustic experience, there is also Crug-Glas - a restaurant-with-rooms surrounded by farmland, the Georgian house has the sense of still being a family home with accommodation in the main building, a converted milk parlour and a coach house, while the restaurant has many charms including a mean Caerfai cheese soufflé.