Carew is the southern-most inland parish of the Narberth hundred, located west of St Florence, north west of Manorbier, north of Hodgeston and east of Lamphey. This category includes sites pertaining to the parish of Carew, including the rural area as far east to Cosheston, Nash and Upton, and north to Cresselly.
Option of bed and breakfast in Georgian house, or self catering cottage set in 20 acres on the outskirts of Sageston.
Photographs and information on the castle and its history.
Carew Castle and Tidal Mill
A magnificent Norman castle which later became an Elizabethan residence, together with the only restored tide mill in Wales. Includes an illustrated history, visitor information and activities and events programme.
Carew Cherition Control Tower
Local restoration project to construct a museum and a living replica of operation during World War II. Includes history, forum, opening arrangements for schools, groups and the public, contacts and location at the RAF airfield.
Details with news, photographs and prices for outdoor karting and minimoto circuit, south of Sageston.
Poyerston Farm Guest House
Includes a description of the facilities, map, and tariff information.
Offers the design, manufacture and installation of all types of signage. Includes details of services and portfolio of recent projects. [Cresselly]
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