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Best Pembrokeshire indoor activities

13th October 2018

Our guide to the best Pembrokeshire indoor activities

We look at the best indoor activities Pembrokeshire has to offer in this blog post, from high octain fun to culture, creative activities and a whole host of fun for the entire family.

Pembrokeshire is rightfully recognised as one of the UK’s premiere locations when it comes to enjoying breath-taking coastal views or spending time on idyllic beaches.

Whilst every day would be sunny if it were within our powers, we’re willing to accept that there are odd occasions where activities in the warmth of the indoors might be preferable.

With that in mind, here’s our guide to the best Pembrokeshire indoor activities for you and the whole family to enjoy across Pembrokeshire!

Release your inner artist at the Creative Café

The Creative Café is a great way to spend a rainy day in Pembrokeshire, enabling you to set the creative juices flowing and create anything from mugs and plates to monsters and fairies.

The café also offers coffee, cakes and baguettes so you’ll be well catered for if you do work up an appetite whilst working on your masterpiece.

With cafes open in Narberth, Haverfordwest and St Davids, you can tie in with any other indoor activities you’ve got planned across the rest of the county.

Have dog friendly fun at Heatherton World of Activities

For an action-packed day out with the family, Heatherton World of Activities offers a range of fun indoor activities that are undercover to keep everyone out of the showers!

Activities range from pistol shooting to the indoor Pembrokeshire Race Track, and Indiana’s Play Area to paintballing sessions.

One of the biggest attractions across the county, this should be at the top of the list of any rainy day plans.

Heatherton Indoor Activities Pembrokeshire

Have a whale of a time at Ocean Commotion

If the kids have cabin fever then a visit to Ocean Commotion might just be what the doctor ordered.

Based in Tenby town centre, Ocean Commotion boasts a 30ft high play zone with rope bridges, slides zip lines and much more for your kids to enjoy.

A safe environment for creative and imaginary play, Ocean Commotion should be at the top of the list of any family looking to enjoy some rainy day indoor activities in Pembrokeshire.

Get some air time at Hangar Five

Have fun, get fit and get airborne on around 10,000 square feet of interconnected trampolines with special features such as angled walls, tricks airbag and a dodgeball court.

Developed in an unused hangar at Haverfordwest airport, Hangar Five has caught the imagination of locals and visitors to Pembrokeshire alike.

With loads of activities, food provisions and a play soft area, there’s plenty on offer for the whole family on a wet Welsh afternoon!

Show your racing credentials at West Wales Karting

Just down the road from Hangar Five, West Wales Karting is another great activity to undertake if you’re looking for rainy day fun!

Whether it’s the competitive racing groups or ‘little racer’ activities, there’s plenty to be getting on with at the course and it’s the perfect chance to enjoy some safe thrills.

You can learn more about their high octain fun here.

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Explore St Davids Cathedral…

The Cathedral is rightfully one of the county’s most visited sites of interest, with guests gaining the opportunity to explore a site of importance that has been attracting pilgrims for well over a millennium.

Priming with a plethora of historical relics, a centuries old library and newly built café also means that you can enjoy some food onsite as well.

Learn more about the history of St Davids Cathedral with our insight special on the Pembrokeshire spot that has helped shape a nation.

… or Carew Castle and Tidal Mill

If you’re looking to explore the county’s rich heritage but don’t fancy the journey over to St Davids then a trip to Carew Castle may be the answer.

Whilst the castle is somewhat exposed to the elements and only the hardier of souls will be likely to brave a visit, the Tidal Mill remains an excellent alternative.

With an exhibition, audio commentary and family-friendly interactive displays showing how water has been used as a source of sustainable energy through the ages, this is a great activity for a rainy day.

Learn more here!

Carew Mill

Pulley system at Carew Mill

Strike it lucky at Phoenix Bowl

If you’re a fan of 10-pin bowling then Milford Haven’s Phoenix Bowl might just be your best port of call on a rainy afternoon.

With in-house fast food and a fun zone, it’s a great day to while away a rainy day in Pembrokeshire!

You can learn more at their website here.

Spa-time and a meal at Waves Restaurant

If you are staying with us at Celtic Haven then there’s still plenty to be done on site, even if the conditions mean you aren’t raring to go for a walk on the beach!

Whether it’s a relaxing massage or a rejuvenating facial, our specialist spa staff will have you feeling like an all new you.

Top that off with a rustic home-made meal that utilises fresh ingredients at our onsite Waves restaurant and your Pembrokeshire rainy day is complete!

You can check out the spa and restaurant pages here to learn more or you can contact the team via phone on 01834 870000 or email us at welcome@celtichaven.co.uk!


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