Archaeotours - The Team

Mary Baker BA Hons, Archaeologist

Archaeotours - Mary BakerMary has lived in Pembrokeshire for over 20 years and knows many of the archaeological gems that are hidden in the county. She is especially keen on the interpretation of Prehistoric settlement and tool manufacturing sites. She graduated from Trinity College, Carmarthen and adds Archaeology BA Hons to her Certificate of Education from Bishop Grosseteste College, Lincoln.

She has expanded the company to include tours of the whole of the British Isles.

Mary ran a Guest House in Pembrokeshire and is looking forward to welcoming guests and inviting them to explore the archaeology of beautiful Wales,Scotland, Ireland and England


IanIan moved to North Pembrokeshire three years ago, to pursue his life-long passion for pre-history and he has become an expert in local sites and associated myths and legends of the Gwaun valley, the Preseli Hills and the coastal path. A professional walking guide with his own hill and moorland walking skills company and a Visit Wales approved Outdoor Activity Provider he knows the quiet and remote places to visit, away from the crowds. Easy-going, flexible and relaxed and with a North-Eastern sense of humour, Ian is happiest when enthusing our guests with tales of Arthur, fierce battles and the 'fair folk' who still lurk and wait today!

After spending 36 years in the Royal Navy, Ian is a natural team player and a people-person who loves meeting and guiding visitors.


MarcusMarcus has led tours for Archaeotours and is a success with all of our customers. He enjoys being with people and sharing his love of our special places, he is an artist and maker who sees the landscape through artistic eyes. He is fun to be with and has a love of sharing his knowledge of folklore, myth and magic.




New Guides may be appointed at any time, but our guides are selected only from qualified archaeologists who show a talent for guiding and communication.