Activities available at Penrallt Garden Centre & Nursery

Outdoor Children's Play Area at Penrallt Garden Centre

Children's Play Area

NEW FOR 2017

Our custom built outdoor children’s play area is now open! Children will be able to have fun playing on the wooden castle with slides, monkey bars, rope swings, sandpit and much more, whilst parents and grandparents enjoy relaxing in our Cafe. The outdoor area has also recently been landscaped, and includes a water feature and summerhouse.

Our Pavilion Cafe also has a fun and safe indoor play area which is perfect for toddlers and younger children.

Ceibwr Bay near Penrallt Garden Centre

Local Ceibwr Bay

Take the time to visit our local Ceibwr Bay, a peaceful little beach off the beaten track, to see the unique geological rock folds in the cliffs, and perhaps spot a seal or two.

A short 15-20 minute walk through woodland from our Garden Centre, this beautiful remote bay of rocks and sand with meandering river to the sea, enchants all its visitors. It is not recommended for swimming, but is ideal for exploring what the seashore has to offer with children, walking the dog, or enjoying the peace and tranquility with a picnic. Explore further to discover striking cliff-top views and dramatic scenery all round, and keep your eyes open as Ceibwr Bay is great for wildlife spotting.

Ceibwr cliffs near Penrallt Garden Centre

Pembrokeshire Coast

Our Garden Centre is ideally located on the beautifully wild North Pembrokeshire Coast for enjoying magnificent walks on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Halfway between Newport and St Dogmaels, our Pavilion Cafe offers a welcome break for weary walkers, with refreshments and facilities.

The full walk can be challenging for some, but if you can venture a short distance along the Coast Path beyond Ceibwr beach towards Newport, you’ll be rewarded with a striking geographical feature, a collapsed sea cave called the Witches Cauldron (Pwll y Wrach). The other direction will take you towards Cemaes Head, the highest sea cliffs in the National Park at 550ft. Keep your eyes open, and you may be lucky enough to spot bottlenose dolphins, grey seals and choughs as you walk.