Llanion Cove. Llanion Cove is situated on the Cleddau river. It is located on the outskirts of Pembroke/Pembroke Dock, off the A477 to Warrior Way, past East Llanion Boatyard and overlooking the Cleddau Estuary. Surrounded by woodland it incorporates an adventure centre with accommodation and a waterfront balcony Cafe, Bar & restaurant.: http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/
It provides a fantastic base for watersports and exploring the Pembrokeshire coast.
Pembroke Dock – 1.5 km.
Supermarket Tesco – 1.5 km.
Getting here: Driving – Warrior Way, Pembroke, SA72 6UB
Train – 2km
Taxi – 0.5km
Airport – Cardiff – 140 kms.
So, if you’re a club sailor who wants to improve your position from the back of the fleet to take on the hotshots at the front, or if you need a qualified RYA Coach/Assessor in order to train your staff give Taff a call on the numbers given or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
CATERING. The on site cafe is open daily. Restaurant open evenings as required and Sunday lunchtime.
LOCAL ATTRACTIONS. Pembrokeshire is well known for its beautiful and diverse scenery and wildlife. There are many other local attractions for the family while you are getting your on water or theoretical experience! Some more specific venues that your family might enjoy are:
- Sea Safari Tours – http://www.pembrokeshire-islands.co.uk/
- Oakwood Theme Park – http://www.oakwoodthemepark.co.uk/
- Bluestone – http://www.bluestonewales.com/
- Folly Farm – http://www.folly-farm.co.uk/
- Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort – http://www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/default.asp?PID=261
For more information on these and much more you can visit: