Bosherston Lily Ponds

South Pembrokeshire, Bosherston, near Pembroke, SA71 5DN

A relaxing lakeside walk around the ponds – a great source of wildlife and natural beauty – is guaranteed to be enjoyed by both dogs and owners alike, and you may even get lucky and spot an otter. It’s a great place to visit at any time of the year but when the lilies are in bloom in June this really enhances the appeal of this lovely country walk – route map. It’s a fairly level pathway at the side of the ponds and the walk can easily be extended to take in the the wonderful sandy beach of Broad Haven and over the headland to Barafundle Bay and Stackpole Quayroute map.

dog friendlyDog friendly all year!

National Trust car parks at Bosherston Village (SA71 5DN) and Stackpole Court SA71 5DG). Charges apply in high season.


Toilets (Bosherston car park)
Auntie Vi’s Tea Rooms (Bosherston Village)

4 Responses to Bosherston Lily Ponds
  1. Elaine
    April 8, 2015 |

    Now has signs up saying dogs on leads around lakes.

  2. Elaine
    April 6, 2015 |

    Notices now say dogs must be kept on leads around the lakes.

  3. jack jones
    November 12, 2014 |

    Make sure dogs are on the leads..its a national nature reserve!!!

    • Dog Rover
      November 16, 2014 |

      Thank you for your comment Jack.
      It’s the responsibility of individual dog owners to keep their dogs under control on or off the lead.

      Kind regards
      Dog Rover!

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