ideawood is ideally situated right on the Pembroke Dock to Carew Castle cycle path route making it easy to jump off the train and use us as a base to explore the myriad of quiet country lanes & the National Cycle Network.
Pembroke Dock to Carew Castle
This cycle route is very nearly complete and takes you from right outside ideawood to Carew Castle & Tidal Mill traveling through Milton. It is beside the A477 and takes a direct route. For a cross country journey there is a lane that runs through the village of Cosheston that also takes you to Milton.
Brunel Trail - Neyland
The Brunel Trail is a popular shared-use path linking Neyland, once the western terminus of Brunel's Great Western Railway, with Johnston and Haverfordwest. The trail begins at Neyland Marina and follows the picturesque Cleddau estuary through Westfield Pill Nature Reserve before continuing along the now disused Great Western Railway line to Johnston.
You start here and head for Pembroke which takes you around the castle, over the Pembroke river and through the town centre. More quiet country roads take you to Lamphey before joining the pretty village of St Florence on the way to Tenby golf course before reaching Tenby beach and lovely views of St Catherines’s Island.