The stunning coastline of Pembrokeshire is the ideal playground for the water sport enthusiast. Why not try coasteering, or sample some of the surfing hot-spots. For those wishing for a more relaxed activity why not join a kayaking trip exploring all the caves and inlets around the coast, whilst getting a close up view of the wildlife.
The locality has some stunning and challenging golf courses. They are predominately links courses that treat the player to some truly spectacular scenery.
Newport links is an 18 hole golf course just three miles drive from Ty Dafydd.
Horseriding in Pembrokeshire only needs to be tried once then you’ll be hooked. Pembrokeshire offers a diverse landscape for horse rides and horseriding holidays, from beach rides, to a network of rural lanes for hacking, and the Preseli Mountains for more challenging terrain.
There are rides to suit all ages, from beginners to experienced cyclists, whether it be mountain biking up the Preseli Hills or touring the quiet secluded lanes.
Family cycling in Pembrokeshire is particularly good and children and parents alike will appreciate the relaxed experience. For further information and maps please visit Cycle Pembrokeshire.
Bike hire is available in town from Carningli Bike Hire.
For the more competitive cyclist, there are two very popular annual cycling events that take place, the Tour of Pembrokeshire which starts and finishes in St Davids and the Preseli Angel based around Newport.
Pembrokeshire National park offers many opportunities to experience local wildlife. This includes visits to Ramsey and Skomer islands to view puffins, seals and shearwaters. Off-shore whale and dolphin watching in Cardigan bay , or visiting Strumble Head lookout, which is the finest sea watching site in Wales.
For birding enthusiast why not visit, The Welsh Wildlife Centre at Cilgerran, where you can find extensive reed-bed habitat abutting the Teifi estuary. Or alternatively Newport has its own estuarine environment, which is home to several species of waders.
Ty Dafydd is only a five minute walk from the Coastal path, from which you can tackle the 186 miles of Coast Path stretching from Amroth in the South to St Dogmaels in the North. Combine that with the only coastal National Park in the UK, some of the most spectacular and varied coastline in the world, the Preseli mountains and over 621 miles of footpaths and bridleways then you truly have a walkers paradise. For more information visit Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Connecting these routes are costal shuttle buses which operate throughout the year, so no need to take the car.