Oli’s guidebook- South Pembs Beaches and Villages

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Oli’s guidebook- South Pembs Beaches and Villages

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Tenby is an ancient medieval walled and victorian seaside town. Famous for its colourful houses and two beaches, accessed from the town. It has views of Caldey and St Catherines Iaslands. A bustling town especially in the summer it has lots of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes. The Stowaway is a favourite for coffee. Tenby Boat Trips offer a range of boat trips around Caldey Island. You can also catch about over to Caldey to visit the Monastery. 45 Mins from Sutton
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Tenby
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Tenby is an ancient medieval walled and victorian seaside town. Famous for its colourful houses and two beaches, accessed from the town. It has views of Caldey and St Catherines Iaslands. A bustling town especially in the summer it has lots of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes. The Stowaway is a favourite for coffee. Tenby Boat Trips offer a range of boat trips around Caldey Island. You can also catch about over to Caldey to visit the Monastery. 45 Mins from Sutton
Saundersfoot near Tenby is a bustling coastal town with a beach and harbour. There are plenty of shops, cafes, arcades, pubs and restaurants. The beach is easily accessed from the car park on the seafront. At low tide a walk out to Monkston Point is pretty cool. Saundersfoot like Tenby are very busy during the summer. 45 mins from Sutton
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Saundersfoot Beach
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Saundersfoot near Tenby is a bustling coastal town with a beach and harbour. There are plenty of shops, cafes, arcades, pubs and restaurants. The beach is easily accessed from the car park on the seafront. At low tide a walk out to Monkston Point is pretty cool. Saundersfoot like Tenby are very busy during the summer. 45 mins from Sutton
Barafundle is often voted best beach in Britain. Accessed from the tiny harbour at Stackpole quay which is a National Trust venue, car park, cafe and loos. Barafundle is a short walk (15 mins) along the coast path heading West. There is a great loop walk of 2/3 hours starting at Stackpole Quay. Follow the coast path to Barafundle and then keep going to Broadhaven South. At broadhaven south follow the stream inland to Bosherston Liliy ponds. Walk along the lily ponds and over the arched bridge. Then follow the path back to Stackpole Quay. The Stackpole Inn in the village of Stackpole is great pub food. Stackpole quay 40 mins from Sutton. The lanes in this part of Pembs can get clogged on busy summer days.
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Barafundle Bay Beach
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Barafundle is often voted best beach in Britain. Accessed from the tiny harbour at Stackpole quay which is a National Trust venue, car park, cafe and loos. Barafundle is a short walk (15 mins) along the coast path heading West. There is a great loop walk of 2/3 hours starting at Stackpole Quay. Follow the coast path to Barafundle and then keep going to Broadhaven South. At broadhaven south follow the stream inland to Bosherston Liliy ponds. Walk along the lily ponds and over the arched bridge. Then follow the path back to Stackpole Quay. The Stackpole Inn in the village of Stackpole is great pub food. Stackpole quay 40 mins from Sutton. The lanes in this part of Pembs can get clogged on busy summer days.
Manorbier is a quaint village with a small beach overlooked by a medieval castle. There is a pub, village shop and tea rooms and the castle is open to the public. Parking is limited at the beach and in the village. Manorbier 40 mins from Sutton
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Manorbier Beach
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Manorbier is a quaint village with a small beach overlooked by a medieval castle. There is a pub, village shop and tea rooms and the castle is open to the public. Parking is limited at the beach and in the village. Manorbier 40 mins from Sutton
Bosheston village is home to the stunning beach Broadhaven South and the Bosheston Lily ponds. There are plenty of long and short walks from here. Both are National Trust propertys. Best walks are to start from the beach car park and either go along the coast to Barafundle and Stackpole and then back via the lily ponds or along the coast westwards towards St Govans chapel in the cliffs. There is a Castlemartin military firing range nearby so access in to the range is restricted when firing. There is a well known tea rooms in Bosheston. Bosheston 45 mins from Sutton.
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Bosherston
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Bosheston village is home to the stunning beach Broadhaven South and the Bosheston Lily ponds. There are plenty of long and short walks from here. Both are National Trust propertys. Best walks are to start from the beach car park and either go along the coast to Barafundle and Stackpole and then back via the lily ponds or along the coast westwards towards St Govans chapel in the cliffs. There is a Castlemartin military firing range nearby so access in to the range is restricted when firing. There is a well known tea rooms in Bosheston. Bosheston 45 mins from Sutton.
Fresh West is a large, wild and remote beach. If there is no surf here then there is no surf in Wales. A soft sandy beach backed by large sand dunes. Parking can be limited in summer as it is a popular beach. There are loos and a really good street food van. Freshwater West 40 mins from Sutton
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Freshwater West
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Fresh West is a large, wild and remote beach. If there is no surf here then there is no surf in Wales. A soft sandy beach backed by large sand dunes. Parking can be limited in summer as it is a popular beach. There are loos and a really good street food van. Freshwater West 40 mins from Sutton
West Angle is a small sheltered beach which is accessible and safe. There is the Wavecrest Cafe next to the beach which does very good food and is the sister cafe to the Lawrenny Tea Rooms (see Lawrenny in the inland guidebook) West Angle bay is at the entrance to the Cleddau estuary. The beach is good for ship watching and there is some interesting history to see of Second World War and Napoleonic defensive structures protecting the entrance to the estuary which is the deepest natural harbour in the UK and home of oil refineries, LNG storage and power stations. The village of Angle is quite interesting and has a village shop and pub. West Angle is 45 mins from Sutton.
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West Angle Beach
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West Angle is a small sheltered beach which is accessible and safe. There is the Wavecrest Cafe next to the beach which does very good food and is the sister cafe to the Lawrenny Tea Rooms (see Lawrenny in the inland guidebook) West Angle bay is at the entrance to the Cleddau estuary. The beach is good for ship watching and there is some interesting history to see of Second World War and Napoleonic defensive structures protecting the entrance to the estuary which is the deepest natural harbour in the UK and home of oil refineries, LNG storage and power stations. The village of Angle is quite interesting and has a village shop and pub. West Angle is 45 mins from Sutton.