Things To Do
Little Newcastle consists of a handful of houses arranged around the former castle grounds, now the Village Green, and the Swan, the local pub. It also has a small, charming historic church, which is known for its unusual windows and was mentioned for the first time in a 12th century grant to Pill Priori, Milford Haven, by Adam de la Rupe, builder of the village’s “new castle”.
Little Newcastle became famous as the birthplace of the once fearsome pirate Black Bart [Bartholomew Roberts] (c. 1682-1722). Several of the escapades immortalized in the movie “Pirates of the Caribbean” are based on his records.
Butcher – Gwaun Valley Meats, with bakery and comestible section.
News Shop – with fresh and convenient foodstuff.
Village Store – daily produce.
Petrol Station and Spar – well stocked small food store and the normal petrol station paraphernalia.
Something’s Cooking, award winning Fish and chip Restaurant with Take Away. http://www.somethingcooking.co.uk
The Jubilee is the local Letterston pub.
The Harp is a well-established local restaurant situated on the A40.
Also, there are many Galleries and Art & Craft shops in Pembrokeshire, for which the area is renowned.
You will find plenty of opportunities to shop till you drop in the vicinity.
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Excellent bird watching and walking from your front door – the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Preseli Hills and Gwaun Valley are all nearby. You will find lovely and famous beaches, horse riding, fishing, water sports, leisure centre, swimming pool, theatre, cinema and, last but not least, the ferries to Ireland.
Don’t forget golfing, the Ryder Cup 2010 was in Wales too! Superb golf courses are nearby.
Below link will give you comprehensive information of activities and events in the Pembrokeshire area.