Back on the Wales Coast Path – Pembroke to Angle West.
After a three week break we are back on the Path.
Starting at Pembroke Castle, we paused for coffee and waited for the rain to stop.
We all know that Henry Tudor – Henry VII was born here and we admired his bench.
By the time we had our coffee and retail therapy, at the very exciting Cornstore we set off for this 15 mile walk.
We headed towards Monkton, passing a woman who was berating her little boy in no uncertain terms….
We reckon we must have walked past the biggest tap in Pembrokeshire and It wasn’t long before the power station came into view.
We rested at Pwllcrochan – a very tranquil setting – the church dates from 1342, there is no access to the building, but we strolled through the church yard and down to a reed bed in the hope of spying some otters, but they were not coming out to play.
The rest of the walk until Popton Point was dominated by the refinery and jetty. We had a drink at The Old Point House , but a long wait for dinner had us moving on to West Angle as the daylight was fading and we were yet to find our cottage for the weekend.