Autumn Walks in Pembrokeshire
Cat - loves Tycanol Woodland walk .....
Artists and scientists love this area equally for its gnarly moss-dripping oaks, abundant flora and fauna and diverse range of wildlife. A great place for some mushroom spotting!
Ty Canol is part of the largest block of ancient woodland in West Wales; it is in an area famous for its achaeological sites. Adjacent to Ty Canol is the famous Pentre Ifan Cromiech, a Neolithic Chambered Dolmen that is thought to date from 3,500 BC. It is intriguing to think that the ancient woodland of Ty Canol is of the type that surrounded the Cromiech when it was built.
It is for its lichen that Ty Canol is most prized, with more than 400 species having been recorded there, many of them rare. Lichens are difficult to define and are strange organisms that comprise a fungus and (usually) an alga operating in a partnership that benefits both components.
The site is managed by Natural Resources Wales (NRW) in partnership with the Pembrokshire Coast National Park Authority.
Nice friendly environment at noble park and the staff are brilliant! We will definitely be staying here next year!
Melanie Louise James
Noble court suited us a little better due to the larger play park and evening entertainment. The swimming pool at the Croft was brilliant. Highly recommended both
Nice site, lovely location, very close to Folly Farm, convenient 15 minute drive to Oakwood and Bluestone, clean facilities (we seen the cleaners in every day), great little swimming pool, relaxed attitude, professional and very polite staff.
The staff were friendly professional and informative the site was clean and all facilities as described I'm going to visit the other 2 sites before deciding but it will definitely be Celtic for me next year
Safari Tent Review: "Staff are very welcoming. Lovely secluded spot with stunning views. Short drive to the beach and loads of beautiful sight seeing places"