This flat walk of just under a mile through the Pleasant Valley is part of the South Landsker Trail. It used to be a very muddy experience, but, it has recently been completely re-surfaced with a hard base and gravel cover making it very popular with local joggers, holidaymakers and, of course, dog owners.
The route runs east-west through the Pleasant Valley woods from Wiseman's Bridge - actually from the bridge itself - along the route of the former industrial tramway to just short of the old iron works (see the link below for more about that). A stream runs just below one side of the path and a wooded hillside is on the other.
The path is now highly suitable for wheelchair users, which is unusual for public footpaths. All credit to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority for this. Occasional seats are provided along the path, as are bins for use by te dog walkers. Bicycles and horses are permitted to use the path, though these are rare.
Walkers can double back along the same path, or return via a slightly longer route along the road - take care as this road is narrow and can be busy in the holiday season.
For a longer journey,
combine the Pleasant Valley walk with the walk from Wiseman's Bridge through the old railway tunnels to
Coppet Hall and Saundersfoot (see here)