Travel with Kids #3

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Hello and welcome back  to #travelwithkids, a brand new linky brought to you by the lovely Jen at Smiles & Trials and myself. This linky is for anyone who enjoys family-friendly travelling from days out to road trips to city breaks.
We are very excited to find out about new places to visit all over the UK and beyond and aim to create a rich archive full of interesting finds. To join in, simply link up a post using the Inlinkz tool at the foot of this post; it doesn’t have to be a new post, it just has to fit the #travelwithkids theme.
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This week I want to tell you about a fantastic beach, less than ten minutes from where I live. It is called Freshwater East. It is signposted off the main coast road at Lamphey (between Tenby and Pembroke).
We go there most days to give Bella, our puppy, a run. Some beaches in the summer months ban dogs, but not this one. It is a wide beach, with a stream flowing into it as you join the sand.
Children love playing in this water, it is very shallow.
There are great sand dunes too, which shelter the beach, making it a little sun trap. (There was someone in a bikini on the beach yesterday!)
There are public toilets they’re a bit grotty, but most are) but no baby changing station.
There is a large car park, and separate Disabled Car Park. There is a charge to park, and the machines do not give change.
In the busiest times, there is an Ice Cream Van.
Although there is a Caravan Club site and  holiday village here too, there is no cafe much to Mummy’s dismay!)
This is a great quieter beach, popular with doggie walkers and families too. It is big enough for everyone to enjoy, and well worth a visit.
The Little Life of Ickle Pickle


3 Comments

  1. I do envy you living so close to the sea, it must be wonderful to visit the beaches before the tourists invade! #travelwithkids

  2. I am so envious of all your local beaches… we love shallow beaches here too. Perfect for younger children. I hope to visit your neck of the woods again, and try to get around all your beaches. #travelwithkids

  3. It looks beautiful, so much open space for running about! We live near the sea too but it’s all pebbly down here, the children would love a sandy beach nearby!

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