Per Ardua Bed & Breakfast in the pretty coastal village of Freshwater East
Per Ardua offers you the chance to stay in relaxing surroundings with beautiful sea views. There is a choice of two double rooms, one with en-suite, the other with use of private bathroom facilities. Both rooms have tea and coffee making facilities and it's own TV.
Breakfast is served in a light sunny dining room overlooking the front garden and the sea. During the day when you are not out enjoying the coastal path or stunning Freshwater East beach you can use this comfortable and relaxing room to plan your time in Pembrokeshire.
Your hosts, Linda and Andy have been regular visitors to Freshwater East for more than 20 years. Recently they have moved here having spent the last 2 years refurbishing and decorating Per Ardua.
A warm welcome awaits you when you arrive, whether for a single night or for longer. Local produce is used for your breakfast, with bread from the local bakery and eggs from the small holding along the lane. Packed lunches can be ordered for a day on the beach or out walking the coastal path or countryside.
Pembrokeshire is a suburb place for visitors of all ages and interests with it's picturesque beaches and countryside. Much of it's coastline is included in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (Per Ardua, Freshwater East is on the coastal path) and includes towering cliffs, offshore stacks and islands famous for their colonies of seabirds and wild flowers.
Along the coastal path, between the cliffs lies numerous safe, sandy beaches - some small sheltered rocky coves to wide expanses of sand up to 7 miles long. The area contains some of the most impressive castles in Wales with the Normans building a whole series of magnificent fortresses. The picturesque harbour town of Tenby offering a variety of shops, restaurants and cafes, two beautiful beaches and trips to Caldey Island is only 8 miles along the coast road.
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This page was last updated: 04 November 2012