| Trip level:
||Improver / Intermediate
Interesting paddling with cliffs, headlands, sandy beaches and an island. The western end is the more exposed but Angle to Freshwater including St. Govan's Head looks like a solid intermediate trip. Freshwater to Tenby including Caldey Island should be a shorter and generally less exposed paddle for improvers. There's more sheltered water in Mildford Haven if we need it.
We should be past the worst of the winter weather, so we'll be camping at Dews Lake Farm (Cwtch Camping), about a mile from Lamphey, roughly mid-way between Pembroke and Freshwater, here. The advertised rate is £10 per person/night, but that's including hot showers. There's an indoor portakabin kitchen with fridge etc. too. It sounds pleasant and convenient. The advice from the owner is that there's no need to book in advance as they're likely to be quiet.
There's a pub in Lamphey which serves food and, for the most part, gets good reviews. There's apparently also a general store.
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