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Cleddau Woodlands

Follow the Cleddau waterway through tranquil, ancient woodland, expansive salt marsh and heritage-rich tidal creeks. Its journey from river to estuary is as peaceful and picturesque as they come. | Dilynwch ddyfrffordd Cleddau drwy goetir hynafol tawel, morfa heli eang a chilfachau llanwol llawn treftadaeth. Mae ei thaith o’r afon i’r aber yn llonydd hyfryd ac yn hynod bictwrésg.

Little Milford: SA62 4ET, Lawrenny: SA68 0PR, West Williamston: SA68 0TL

Two narrow tidal creeks converge at low tide and reveal mudflats and grassy banks. There's a woodland on the left-hand side of the picture and bare, winter trees overhang the creek.

Important notice

We advise you not to enter our woodland in Pembrokeshire or to walk on the coast path clifftops in high winds.

Planning your visit

A pony stands on a hill looking at the camera, its tail caught in the breeze. The land slopes away into the distance where the coast and a beach can be seen

Visiting rural Pembrokeshire with your dog 

Our rural and coastal places in Pembrokeshire are one pawprint rated. Find out more about bringing your dog to Pembrokeshire. Escape to the western edge of Wales and explore a dramatic coastal landscape with your four-legged friend beside your side.

Ancient oak woodland at Lawrenny on the Cleddau Woodlands, Pembrokeshire

Visiting the Cleddau Woodlands 

Cleddau Woodlands are home to a whole host of flora and fauna, with varied landscapes of salt marsh and mudflats on the estuary, and oak woodlands to explore, there’s lots to see.

Visitors exploring the festive interiors in the Entrance Hall at Castle Ward, County Down


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