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Staying at Noble Court this half term? Pembrokeshire is a fabulous destination for explorers of all ages with many free activities including beach fun, woodland forays and play areas. If you're looking for a day out under a fiver how about exploring Narberth Town, Scolton Manor and Llysyfran Country Park - three great venues for under a fiver.

Explore Narberth

Narberth is a small but vibrant town home to Noble Court Holiday Park and Charlie’s Celtic Tavern. Just a 5-minute walk from the Park, Narberth town could be your new favourite destination when joining us for your stay. The town is filled with small shops and eateries providing something for everyone in the family. From the “Rock ’n’ Dough Bakery” to “Narberth Antiques and Interiors”, you’re sure to find something that will pique your interests. Why not visit the castle ruins that have been spoken about in Welsh legends, or even have a picnic in the park?

You'll find a large children's play area on the Park Moor and a circular walk starting from the main car park.

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Scolton Manor

Just a few miles west of Noble Court tucked away in the countryside you’ll find Scolton Manor. The old Manor House, built in 1842, is a popular attraction. The only cost is a car parking fee as there's plenty of free activities in the main Park grounds including Bike Trail and Pump Track, Bird Hide and Ponds, Eco-Explorer Woodland Village, Margaret the Steam Locomotive, Playground, Pirate Ship and Musical Play Area, Sculpture Trail, The Pembrokeshire Beekeeping Centre and the Walled Garden. There's plenty of free activities to do on the Park Ground.

Margaret the steam locomotive, transported slate across Pembrokeshire before retiring to the grounds of Scolton Manor in 1974. If you like linking a bit of history for your children why not look at where the slate came into Pembrokeshire and the industrial links in the county. If you wish to explore further there's the old Slate Quarry now the Blue Lagoon at Abereiddy, or the amazing quarry at Rosebush.

Buy some delicious local produce in advance, and enjoy a perfect picnic in the grounds.

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[If you wanted to explore the house there is an additional small fee]


If scenic walks are more your speed for a holiday activity, Llys-y-fran lake is sure to be a hit. This country park has had significant investment in recent years with a site now home to multiple free activities including an adventure playground for children, a variety of cycle tracks including the easy family trail through to the more challenging reservoir route and an around the lake trail. For the nature lover there's a plethora of wildlife and birds to spot including otters and polecats. The website below gives a spotters guide.

Bring along a picnic as there's plenty of benches and seating areas. You'll also find a wide selection of paid for activities including paddleboarding, fishing hiring of mountain bikes, canoeing and kayaking, climbing wall etc.

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