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First time in Pembrokeshire

If you visit Pembrokeshire you must see the Lily Ponds. There are beautiful walks round many parts... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Richard L

Huge lily ponds. A really lovely walk through woodlands, over small bridges, past these spectacular... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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“lovely walk” (50 reviews)
“stackpole quay” (40 reviews)
“national trust” (42 reviews)
Bosherston, Wales
+44 1646 661359
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you visit Pembrokeshire you must see the Lily Ponds. There are beautiful walks round many parts in West Wales but this was our favourite one

Thank Richard L
Reviewed 1 week ago

Huge lily ponds. A really lovely walk through woodlands, over small bridges, past these spectacular ponds leading to a stunning beach. Good parking.

Thank debbiedaniel62
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely place to visit and have a stroll around the Lily Ponds, not a hard walk and you are rewarded by coming onto the beautiful beach, before strolling back down the other side of the ponds

Thank Janette L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Maybe October is not the time to come. Obviously no lilies but nothing else either it was silent there not a bird in sight. This was probably due the the continuous gun shot nearby which was horrid, how can you have a nature reserve here...More

Thank Shirley B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A 1 to 2 mile walk around the ponds. Lilies are only out at certain times of the year and not in September. A bit boring and not as good as the coastal path.

Thank John S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A walk in heavy rain, across Bosherston Lily Pools. I could still appreciate the beautiful "covering carpet of lilies on fresh water man made lakes. Created principally as a landscape feature, the lakes now support nature conservation features of European importance, with populations of rare...More

1  Thank Judith S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I would recommend anyone who visits Pembrokeshire to come here. It is one of my favourite places to go walking and it never fails to impress my friends.

Thank greenprincess222
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

As usual the National Trust has made the wise decision to make an environmentally friendly car park in Bosherston village, with a toilet block and a part-time kiosk. The Lily ponds are a series of flooded valleys. From the car park you can walk down...More

Thank Driver_in_Europe
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visited this place at the beginning of September and I must say it was fantastic, lovely walks around the lakes and a fantastic cafe at the walled gardens that had brilliant fresh food so worth a visit. You can take dogs on leads which was...More

Thank Neil H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Although the car park was busy, we found a quiet spot to take in the beautiful sights and countryside.

Thank Itchy306
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Bud W
24 April 2017|
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Response from louise h | Reviewed this property |
Hi yes I think if you took the right path, instead of the left there were a couple of seats to use.
Cheryl m
15 September 2016|
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Response from Pipyb | Reviewed this property |
Hi Cheryl , No you can't , it's actually protected and as it is literally covered in lilly pads, it would destroy the habitat if you kayaked on there ..
Emma L
8 August 2015|
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Response from Paul661 | Reviewed this property |
I've no idea, the best people to ask would be the National Trust, I believe they own the land as it's part of the national parks.