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Tenby area


Tenby holds a special place in many hearts and is one of the most popular seaside destinations in the UK. A small harbour town, with a picture perfect collect of pastel coloured hotels overlooking Tenby’s award winning beaches. Not that Tenby’s hotels are all in one place, the town is blessed with a wide variety of accommodation options. As you’d expect the town is home to many restaurants, shops, cafes and pubs all linked by charming cobbled streets. It’s a perfect place to enjoy a wonderful holiday or as a base to explore the glorious areas nearby.

Tenby itself has three main beaches, North beach, Castle beach and South beach, with a small Harbour beach adding to the expanse of golden sands. Nearby beaches include Saundersfoot, Lydstep, Priory Bay, Manorbier and Skrinkle Haven.

Saundersfoot area

South East

Saundersfoot may only be a short distance from Tenby, but it’s a vibrant resort in its own right. Situated on the impressive coastline, with a wide sweep of sand at its disposal, Saundersfoot has always been a popular holiday destination. The village has a number of high quality restaurants and cafes many using local Pembrokeshire produce. If you want a hotel, Saundersfoot delivers! If you want camping or glamping - you’ve got it. Whether it’s a cosy and welcoming B&B or a caravan break - Saundersfoot has a large range of accommodation for all tastes and budgets.

The area has great access to beaches such as Coppet Hall, Amroth, Wisemans Bridge, Monkstone and Saundersfoot's own beach! Tenby's three beaches are only a short drive away too.

Haverfordwest area


Haverfordwest is the county town and the most populous urban area in Pembrokeshire. It's located at the heart of the county, which results in it being an important transport hub between Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock, Fishguard and St David's. This makes it a useful place to stay if you are planning on visiting different parts of Pembrokeshire.

The centre of the town is dominated by the River Cleddau and the remains of the castle, which towers above it. Haverfordwest has a number of shops and places to eat and drink to keep any visitor entertained.

The town is blessed with easy access to the popular beaches of St Brides Bay which include Broad Haven, Little Haven, Druidston, Nolton Haven and Newgale.

Pembroke area

South / South West

Pembroke is a walled town and is one of the oldest towns in Wales. It is home to the soaringly impressive Pembroke Castle, which is one of the most complete Norman castles in the UK and birth place of King Henry VII. The charming Main Street, which runs the length of the old town, is ideal for browsing with a mix of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.

Nearby Pembroke Dock is a town three miles northwest of Pembroke. Although this is a more industrialised town that than the county’s others, it still has its attractions. Irish Ferries operate a ferry service from Pembroke Dock to Rosslare in southern Ireland. Similarly to Pembroke, there are a number of shops and places to eat and drink.

The surrounding area offer lots of accommodation. The Pembroke area is also a great base to explore popular beaches such as Freshwater West, Barafundle Bay and Broad Haven South. If you wanted to explore further a field, Tenby is only around a 20 minute drive from Pembroke.

Milford Haven area

South West

Milford Haven is a town situated on the north side of the Milford Haven Waterway, an estuary forming one of the deepest natural harbours in the world. Milford has a vibrant waterfront which is constantly evolving with boutique shopping, cafes, restaurants and other attractions. Milford Haven has great transport links to surrounding areas and has a train station which is well connected to the rest of Wales. There are a few hotels in Milford Haven along Hamilton Terrace, however most of the accommodation is further west towards Dale and Marloes.

There are a number of popular nearby beaches such as Marloes, St Brides Haven, Watwick and Dale. However other areas of the coastline are easily accessible too if wanting to explore further a field!

St Davids area

North West

St Davids is located in the north west of Pembrokeshire and has the remarkable distinction of being the smallest city in Britain! In reality, it is more accurately described as a vibrant village with a buzzing high street, boasting excellent shops, pubs and restaurants. St David’s Cathedral is an impressive site and often jostles for the title, ‘Best Cathedral in Wales.’

The city's central position within the peninsula means it’s a great base to explore the local areas, with a variety of walks, stunning beaches arguably some of the best coastal scenery in Pembrokeshire. The closest beach to St Davids is Caerfai Bay which is only around a mile away from the centre. Other popular beaches nearby include Whitesands Beach, Porthlysgi, Abereiddy and Traeth Llyfn. Alternatively, join the Pembrokeshire Coast Path to explore the beautiful coastline.

Narberth area

Central / East

Narberth is a dynamic, ever-changing and attractive market town in the east of Pembrokeshire. It has a hugely impressive and inviting high street which is chock-full of independent boutiques, restaurants and attractions.

It’s not a coastal town, but the town makes up for that with its award-winning high street and all-round beauty. Furthermore, the coast is only six miles away, which makes it perfectly located for exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast. The Narberth area offers plentiful accommodation from self catered cottages to upmarket hotels. Narberth is also close to some of Pembrokeshire's major tourist attractions such as Folly Farm and Oakwood. The popular resorts of Saundersfoot and Tenby are also only a short drive away.

Nearby beaches include Wiseman's Bridge, Amroth, Coppet Hall, Saundersfoot and Tenby's beaches.

Fishguard & Newport area

North East

Fishguard is a coastal town in Northern Pembrokeshire that’s nestled between the Preseli hills and the coast. The town is ideally located for exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and surrounding beaches. Fishguard comprises of the old harbour of Lower Town and the main town of Fishguard. There are plenty of cafés, pubs and restaurants in the town.

Also on the north coast is the popular town of Newport. Newport may be small town, but it more than makes up for that with its generous character. A beautiful town that enchants visitors the minute they arrive! Flanked by a ‘mountain’ (as they it’s known locally), an estuary and two large beaches, there is something for everyone in this quaint, but lively place. There are plenty of places to stay, eat and drink and the town is very popular with visitors. Like Fishguard, Newport is also well located for walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and also has an excellent links golf course.

Beaches to explore nearby are Newport Sands, Cwm Yr Eglwys, Pwllgwaelod and Poppit Sands.

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