Rosemoor is ideally located for those who want to enjoy Pembrokeshire's wildlife; be it land, sea, or island-based.
Literally on your cottage's doorstep you will find the Rosemoor Nature Reserve, covering 24 acres with a 5½ acre lake, home to badgers, otters, a great many species of birds and quite a number of rare plants. The lanes and fields surrounding Rosemoor are a botanist's delight as well, as are the grounds immediately surrounding your cottage: provided you time your visit well you will find orchids there which aren't always that easy to find elsewhere in the UK.
A Place for All Seasons
We are open all year round, and are often asked when is the best time to visit Pembrokeshire. From the seasons, perhaps spring stands out for its dry and sunny weather and its profusion of wild flowers, but all other seasons have their attractions as well. In summer the beaches come into their own; some are among the best in Britain. In the autumn we tend to get the walkers and ramblers and those who like to have a look at the baby seals in the coves at the Deer Park nearby. Winters are generally mild, but we do get the odd spell of frost!
Rosemoor is located in the neck of the Dale Peninsula, and shares in the abundant sunshine this part of Wales gets. In fact, Dale, with parts of Cornwall and the Scillies, enjoys the highest number of sunshine hours of the mainland UK.
Being so close to the coast, total rainfall is well less than the average for the UK. Obviously, we do get rain from time to time, which can be heavy at times, but the oft-touted adage "Wales = rain" definitely does not apply to where we are.
Our nearest Met Office climate station is located at Milford Haven.
Our current weather forecast is shown here.