PEMBROKESHIRE - PAGE 1 - 28/03/06 - 02/04/06
COLBY WOODLAND GARDEN
This is the first page of photographs from a short visit to Pembrokeshire, South West Wales. Most of the photos on this page are from the National Trust's Colby Woodland Garden located in a secluded valley not far from the coastal village of Amroth.
|Dogs on leads, preferably accompanied by their owners are welcome to enjoy the attractions at Corby including informal walks through woodland along with sculpture trails and a magnificent walled garden.|
|There was plenty of colour in the gardens despite the time of year thanks to the shelter of the valley and warmer temperatures than back home in Cheshire. The 8 acre gardens are known for their collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias and camellias.|
|A walk through the wooded valley brings you to Amroth on the coast and its beautiful sandy beach. The house featured in the centre photograph, which dates from the 19th century is not open to the public but there is a National Trust tea room here and a gallery displaying the work of local artists.|
|The only sunset to be seen during our stay was viewed from above the sands at Newgale, St Brides Bay. To visit page two click here.|