My dear friend ALP and I went to the Pembrokeshire Coast last week for one of the most relaxing and rejuvenating vacations I’ve ever had. The scenery was breathtaking, and the B&B was the perfect combination of antique quaintness and sleek modernity. We explored Cardigan, Newport, Moylegrove, and the Welsh moorlands.
The guide rather lamented the lack of a clear day to see the view below, but I was ecstatic to ride through the fog on the moors. It was like being in a novel. 🙂
The B&B was so perfectly appointed, and we were so comfortable during our stay. I highly recommend The Old Vicarage Bed and Breakfast in Moylegrove to anyone looking for a quiet, relaxing vacation in beautiful surroundings.
We walked down to the Perrog on the Coastal Path one afternoon, and reveled in the fresh air and amazing views.
And these moss-covered rocks separating the beach from the street were so picturesque.
Just down the road from the B&B was the most beautiful little country church. We were able to go in and look around!
I’ll remember this trip always!
As I wrote this blog post, I realized I was listening to the playlist of a CD ALP made for me years ago! How perfect. 🙂