Looking for myth and magic Then visit Narberth, one of Pembrokeshire's most vibrant and lively towns. A short detour from the A40 Haverfordwest to Carmarthen road leads to the historic market town of Narberth. With a number of excellent shops, a 'modern' castle and a mass of attractions in the surrounding area, you certainly won't be left bored in Narberth. By day, you can explore the various boutiques, antique shops and brilliant pottery gallery in the town centre, and end the day in the museum, displaying a collection of historical and cultural artefacts. Then by night, why not spend a few hours at the Queens Hall, a live music venue where many great acts such as Elton John and more recently The Blockheads have performed For a great day out head to CC 2000 Bowling, with its many bowling alleys and Crystal Maze. Or, if you've got a great passion for history, then visit Picton Castle, a 16th century castle set in 40 acre gardens full of Rhododendrons and rose strewn arches. Trying to find somewhere thrilling, daring and adventurous You couldn't get any better than Oakwood Theme Park, with its five fear-inducing roller coasters, log flume, bobsleigh and kids' section. But if you want something a little more relaxing, head to Herons Brook Golf & Fishing Retreat, with its par 65 Golf course and trout lake. And being in Pembrokeshire you are never far from some of the finest beaches in Britain. Looking for accommodation There are several hotels in Narberth, including the 4 star The Grove Hotel, as well as many self-catering cottages in the surrounding area.
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