Things to do around Shute Cottage
Manorbier Castle and Garden
“With such a splendid setting overlooking a beautiful unspoilt beach, families love to explore Manorbier Castle and bring a little bit of history to life.
The impressive Great Hall, Chapel and Turrets are dotted with life size figures – see children of the Tudor period and some prisoners in the dungeon.
Enjoy delicious light bites and refreshments in the stylish cafe. Locally made cakes and icecreams, freshly ground coffee, and soup.
Before you leave, take a moment to sit in the walled gardens designed by Daphne Shackleton one of Irelands foremost plantswomen, and just soak up the wonderful atmosphere that time has passed by.”
More places to visit in the area
Oakwood Theme Park
Wales’ largest theme park – spectacular rides and thrills for all the family.
Watch and feed animals, enjoy extensive indoor and outdoor activity areas, take tractor rides, and visit the traditional all-weather fairground.
Country Sports Park for all the family, with go-karting, archery, pony-trekking, shooting, golf, boating and soft-play area.
St. Govan’s Chapel
13th Century ancient sanctuary nestling in the rugged cliffs of the Pembrokeshire Coast.
famous lilyponds, the rich flora and fauna include waterlilies, otters, course fish, waterfowl, ducks and dragonflies.
situated in the village of Lamphey, 6 miles west of Tenby.
Carew, Pembroke and Manorbier Castles, all within close reach of Tenby.
living images of prehistory can be seen at this award-winning site where warlike celts fought over and farmed the land over 2000 years ago.
Pentre ifan: ancient buried chamber in the Preselis
reputedly the place where the Blue Stones of Stonehenge came from.
Wildlife Park, St Florence, Tenby
Cym Deri Vineyard
some excellent Pembrokeshire wines are produced here, just a short drive from Pembroke. Try a few samples of wine and mead or take a walk around the vineyard.