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Manor House Wildlife Park

Real Fun, Real Food, Real Experience!
Anna Ryder Richardson's Welsh Zoo has something for everyone! In this charming park you'll experience close-up meetings with endangered animals from all over the world. Now with four Zooniqe Walkthroughs...

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Leave time for the Lemur Walkthrough, one of the largest in Europe, where you are just inches away from these wonderful creatures.

In the Wallaby Walkthrough you'll be surprised at how friendly these marsupials are - they'll come right up to you. And you don't have to go 'down-under' to feed a wallaby, our count joeys in pouches!

New for 2011 is the African Village Walkthrough - a favourite with kids of all ages!

Tommy the Tapir and his new mate Rio have settled into their enclosure with private swimming pool... are we listening to the patter of tiny tapir feet yet??? Yumusak the Bactrian camel is now a two year old already - maybe with a sister or brother on the way?

Meerkats, macaws, emus and ostrich, horses, oryx and zebra all make Manor House Wildlife Park special.

And just a little something for the humans!

The food truly is Manna from the Manor! A funky cafe serving Fairtrade real coffee and leaf-tea in teapots, sumptuous cakes all hand-baked in the Manor House kichens, watch the oranges roll as your own glass of freshly-squeezed orange juice is prepared.

Great menu with local and organic ingredients - all prepared and cooked in-house by a talented team of chefs.

The world's biggest bird table at the back of the cafe is the regular feeding station of Pembrokeshire natives - see woodpeckers close at hand while relaxing over a glass of wine.. The gift shop is full of funky and arty items, eco-friendly gadgets and gismos. The park offers free Wi-Fi for those who need to catch up on the latest Manor News on Facebook, or take a look at the all new Manor House website.

Set in 52 acres of protected Pembrokeshire Parkland, this is also a paradise for native flora and fauna. After a very long and cold winter, with sightings of Jack Snipe, Redwings and Jays, followed by a late Spring the park is looking particularly beautiful at the moment. Expect to see lots of native birds amongst the specimen tree collection, as well as native wild flowers in our hedgerows, dragonflies, newts in the water areas. Then wander through the flowering cherry trees for a spot of lunch in the Manor House cafe, or spread out in the picnic acres.

Anna says that she's lived in England, Wales and Scotland but moving to Pembrokeshire was like coming home, 'My kids love it, and yours will too.'

This Wild Welsh Zoo has something for everyone - from the network of intimate, tree-shaded walkways and wide open spaces it's a safe and beautiful place for all the family to enjoy.

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Only 2 miles from Tenby on the B4318. First see a large sign on your left, high up.. then take the second left into the carpark (the first left takes you into St Florence).We are on the B4318, Tenby to Sageston Road at the Devonshire Drive junction, St Florence. SA70 8RJ.See the Wildlife Park website for full directions.

Manor House Wildlife Park Postcode for SatNav: SA70 8RJ


+44 (0)1646 651 201
+44 (0)1646 651201
+44 (0)1646 651 201

Manor Wildlife Park
St Florence
SA70 8RJ

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