Archaeologists are visiting Pembroke Castle this week to try to discover more about the exact location of Henry VII’s birth place at Pembroke Castle. Follow this link to Wales Online here to discover more.
Not far away is the Cathedral at St Davids; the resting place of Edmund Tudor, Earl of Richmond, father of King Henry VII, the founder of the Welsh-born Tudor dynasty. His tomb is in the main cathedral which is open to the public. Wales is renown for it’s Castles and history but Pembrokeshire in particular had a special significance through the birth of the Tudor dynasty.
Spring is the perfect time to explore this area, the cliff tops, hedgerows and woodlands are filled with gorse, violets, bluebells, primroses, wood anemones and lots of other spring flowers. The birds are full of song and busy nest building which makes them easier to spot whilst they are so active. Whether you enjoy a cliff top walk to look for guillemots, puffins and gannets or a woodland walk looking for green finches or the rarer pied flycatcher or simply sitting back and seeing what flutters by we have a whole variety or bird life in Pembrokeshire to captivate anyone.
Nestled in a peaceful valley, surrounded by wildlife, White Gate caravan park is the perfect place to explore all the historical sites around Pembrokeshire and with the Pembrokeshire Coastal path only a five minute walk away how could you be better located? Contact us now to enquire about availability and prices; we do still have some limited vacancies for this season and we are also now taking booking for 2017.