A day out in North Pembs in September. We drove to Letterston towards Little Newcastle on the B4329, through Puncheston.  At Greenway crossroads, we turned left and parked up on top of the hil – this is also the start of the Golden Road walk across the Preseli mountains. Walk up to Foel Eryr viewpoint with Meg

Our lunch stop was at Tafarn Sinc, would reccommend the very tasty bacon and cheese homemade rolls.

Tafarn Sinc pub at Rosebush Pembrokeshire

Tafarn Sinc pub at Rosebush Pembrokeshire

Then we drove through country lanes to arrive at Pentre Ifan Cromlech.  It’s a splendid burial chamber with a huge capstone poised on three uprights, amazing engineering feat.

Our next stop was Nevern Church to view the Ogham script on the stone near the entrance to the church, the Celtic Cross and the Bleeding Yew.

First ever visit to Nevern Castle, the hidden castle at Nevern, one of the oldest stone castles in Wales. Well worth a visit.

A much needed cup of real coffee was well deserved so we drove to Newport to Blas at Fronlas. Delicious cakes and coffee. End of a wonderful day out.