The Lovespoon House is located in close proximity to most of the attractions that West Wales has to offer. Castles like Carew, Pembroke and Manorbier are within a twenty minute drive. The towns of Narberth and Tenby are both within a fifteen minute drive and offer varied and fascinating experiences. Tenby is an amazing seaside resort, boasting several beautiful beaches, a host of bars, cafes and restuarants and even the opportunity to take a boat trip over to the Monastic island of Caldey. If the sun is shining then a day on the beach on one of Pembrokeshire’s countless sandy beaches is a must for all who come here on a family holiday. Both Tenby and Saundersfoot, that are in close proximity to The Lovespoon House also offer a chance to enjoy a fishing trip on the boats that come and go regularly out of the harbours.
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Narberth as mentioned is another town that is close to The Lovespoon House. It is blessed with numerous small shops that the locals would often regard as ‘hidden gems’. A visit to ‘Fire and Ice’ for example is a perfect choice for those seeking an amazing handmade ice cream and for those looking for something a little stronger they offer a huge range of Gins and other wonderful gift ideas. Narberth as a town is a real treasure trove for those who love small local shops.
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Numerous family attractions are also available on the doorstep of The Lovespoon House. Folly farm, Oakwood Theme Park, The Blue Lagoon, Heatherton, Manor Wildlife Park and the Dinosaur Park are just some of the attractions that are all within twenty minutes drive and will keep the family occupied for many an hour. The Lovespoon Workshop is another visitor attraction that is literally on the doorstep, being located next door to The Lovespoon House and providing the inspiration for the house itself. The Lovespoon Workshop is a free visitor attraction where the 17th century Welsh tradition of handcarving lovespoons is continued in Wales today. A unique attraction that offers the chance to see the craftsmen at work throughout the day.