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Major Historical Places to Visit in Pembrokeshire

Wales is one country rich in history and its Pembrokeshire County is one of the major destinations in the country which is home to many historical places.  This means that for history buffs, a short break in Wales would not be complete without spending enough time on Pembrokeshire holidays.

The Pentre Ifan burial chamber is probably the most popular attractions in Pembrokeshire when it comes to historical landmarks.  The burial chamber made during the Stone Age is located atop a hill and provides a stunning view.  While it is a burial chamber, the place where it is located inspires a calm feeling which any individual on a short break in Wales might feel when gazing upon this burial chamber created when the world was young.

The Castell Henllys should also not be missed by any history buff on Pembrokeshire holidays.  Although this is a reconstructed fort, it still emanates that ambience associated with historical locations.  The Iron Age fort is placed in the beautiful countryside making it also a great place for families on short break in Wales to stop and admire.

If you want to experience what it is like in the 13th century in Wales, you should visit the Picton Castle and Woodland Gardens where a guided tour is available to individuals or families on Pembrokeshire holidays.  The entertaining tour takes you through the recorded history of the Castle from decades past and even through the Civil War.

The Y Felin Mill which is one of the only two working water-driven mills in the country is also a great place to spend some time on your short break in Wales.  There are also tours scheduled which would take visitors into the heart of the mill and how the whole thing works explained to them.  To date, traditional stone-ground flour is still made here and they are even available for sale.  For people who love to cook, getting authentic stone-ground flour during their Pembrokeshire holidays would be enough to make the trip a great one.

A great view of the Teifi River meanwhile can be seen atop the Cilgerran Castle which is northernmost castle in Pembrokeshire County.  Getting there would be easy especially if you have a rental car during your short break in Wales.  As for the accommodation, the aforementioned tourist spots are known to be flocked by tourists so hotels and cottages would not be hard to find even if it is your first time on a Pembrokeshire holidays.

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