Pembrokeshire Coast, South

The sea cliffs and sandy bays of Pembrokeshire provide coastal walking at its very best, and in 1952 the area was designated as a National Park. The rugged cliffs provide a home for a huge variety of sea birds and from the spring to the autumn the path is a blaze of colour with the myriad species of wild flowers which flourish in the mild south westerly breezes.

History and legends abound in Pembrokeshire, and our walks take us past ancient burial chambers, promontory forts, chapels and shrines established by Celtic wayfarers travelling between Ireland, Cornwall and Brittany.

 

View across rockpools and a tidal inlet to a headland beyond. Boats moored in the water

 

Your walks will include some wonderful stretches of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, including those around the Elegug Stacks (offshore seastacks), The Green Bridge of Wales (a natural sea arch), St Govan Head with its tiny chapel built into the cliff face, the Bosherston Lily Ponds where a limestone valley was flooded and beautifully landscaped 200 years ago, Barafundle Bay with its secluded beach of golden sand, the tiny harbour and welcoming tearoom at Stackpole Quay, Freshwater Bay, Manobier Castle, the sweep of Saundersfoot Bay, and Tenby with its colourful fishermens' cottages and medieval town walls.

 

Boats moored in the harbour in Tenby. Colour-washed cottages line the harbour wall

 

Click here to see some more photos of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast Path taken throughout the year.

Bed & Breakfast option

Your holiday on the Pembrokeshire Coast will be based at a comfortable family-run guest house in the attractive town of Tenby. Your room will have ensuite bathroom facilities and you will have a choice of continental or full Welsh breakfast. The harbour area of Tenby has a good variety of restaurants, inns and bistros serving meals in the evening.

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast option

Your holiday on the Pembrokeshire Coast will be based at the Park Hotel [WTB***], which stands in an elevated position with panoramic views down onto the attractive and historic town of Tenby. The well-appointed bedrooms have seaviews and ensuite bathroom facilities. The restaurant prides itself on preparing good food with the emphasis on quality local produce. The hotel has an outdoor heated swimming pool and pleasant landscaped gardens and clifftop terraces.

What's included in the price of this holiday?

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Bed & Breakfast
Holiday Options

EasyEasy
Code:PBSSB3
Grade:Easy - Moderate
Nights:3
Price:£275.00
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EasyEasy
Code:PBSSB5
Grade:Easy - Moderate
Nights:5
Price:£490.00
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EasyEasy
Code:PBSSB7
Grade:Easy - Moderate
Nights:7
Price:£585.00
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  • All of the above prices are per person, and based upon two guests sharing a double or twin-bedded room.
  • Single traveller supplement; £40 per night (More about single supplement).
  • Discounts available for parties of three or more guests.

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Holiday Options

EasyEasy
Code:PBSSH3
Grade:Easy - Moderate
Nights:3
Price:£415.00
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EasyEasy
Code:PBSSH5
Grade:Easy - Moderate
Nights:5
Price:£770.00
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EasyEasy
Code:PBSSH7
Grade:Easy - Moderate
Nights:7
Price:£995.00
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  • All of the above prices are per person, and based upon two guests sharing a double or twin-bedded room.
  • Single traveller supplement; £40 per night (More about single supplement).
  • Discounts available for parties of three or more guests.

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Travel information
Rail: Tenby
Onward travel: Walk or taxi

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