The Cornfields is situated in the village of Sageston which falls under the parish of Carew - well known for its Castle and Tidal Mill.
The nearest large town is the county town of Pembroke. The town is best known as the birthplace of King Henry VII, who was born in the impressive Pembroke Castle, tours around which can still be enjoyed today. In addition to its historic attraction, Pembroke also offers a wide range of shopping and entertainment facilities.
If you are looking for a fun day out, then you will be spoilt for choice at The Cornfields; the well-known seaside resort of Tenby is less than 10 mins away by car. In addition, the popular family attractions of Folly Farm, Manor Wildlife Park, Blue Lagoon and Heatherton World of Adventures are all on your doorstep.
If a quieter activity is more what you had in mind, then you’ll be reassured to know that The Cornfields is located next to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Established in 1952, it remains the only coastal National Park in the UK. Benefitting from glorious countryside for ramblers and numerous blue flag beaches to explore, there are activities for all ages, however the park is most famous for its spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail, a walk which hugs the coastline for 186 miles (299km) of some of the most breath-taking coastal scenery in Britain.
Approximate travelling distances from The Cornfields:
- Narberth – 11 miles
- Pembroke – 5 miles
- Saundersfoot – 7 miles
- Tenby – 6 miles
- Haverfordwest – 15 miles
- Carmarthen – 26 miles
- Swansea – 53 miles
- Cardiff – 92 miles