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It's an alright town and it does have a strong community, but it is a bit sad to see so many run down areas across it.
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There are so many things to do here....just cant pick one out!
- 47UK1 review
Architectural fantasy where you least expect to find it. Location for the 1960s British cult series 'The Prisoner'.
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Beautiful Pendine Sands - nice walk on the beach is worthwhile (8 miles distance). History about 1st and 2nd World Wars - warplanes landed on the beach and army transport on the beach. Also, Famous Campbell's Speed Car and museum's icon. Only cafe and resturant and not much things there. They have a fishing and competition there. You can go ...
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We had a brilliant time on a National Trust family volunteering holiday on the Stackpole Estate in Wales. It's a beautiful, unspoilt area and we loved getting involved with the conservation work there as well as sea kayaking, campfires and a treasure hunt.
- 60UK1 review
The perfect family holiday! Cyldey Cottages located in Pembrokeshire, Wales has everything a young family would need for a relaxing holiday. 10 self catering cottages that are immaculatly decorated and kitted out. On over 200 acres of farmland overlooking rolling hills. The farmer takes the children every morning to gather eggs from the chickens and feed the sheep, pigs, goats, ...