Places to stay in Pembrokeshire…that aren’t Tenby!

Places to stay in Pembrokeshire…that aren’t Tenby!

Amroth beach - west
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Heading over for LCW, or another event this year?

Prehaps you visited the area last year for LCW and fancy exploring somewhere other than Tenby?
Then we’ve got the answer right here..

Now, don’t get us wrong, we LOVE Tenby! Tenby is beautiful, bustling with things to do, amazing beaches and scenic spots.
With all of these amazing factors, no wonder in the summer it can be difficult to find anywhere to stay (especially during Long Course Weekend).

There may be a few of you athletes that have only visited the area to take part in one of our events, you may not know all of the other areas you can stay or visit that are just a stone throw away from Tenby – and just as beautiful.

So if you are struggling to find accommodation in Tenby, either for LCW or a holiday, or your just wanting to try somewhere new, we have put together a few locations.
(we cannot guarantee these places own’t be just as busy, we are just trying to broaden your Pembrokeshire options)

1. Saundersfoot

If you have visited Pembrokeshire before, we would be surprised if you hadn’t ventured into Saundersfoot before.
A beautiful seaside village, 10 minuted outside of Tenby, a small village that is packed with amazing places to stay and eat! You may find yourself never wanting to leave Saundersfoot.
Here are just a small few of the huge selections of places you can stay in Saundersfoot.

St Brides Spa Hotel
St Brides Hill, Saundersfoot, SA69 9NH
01834 812304
www.stbridesspahotel.com

St Brides
On a cliff top overlooking Saundersfoot in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, St Brides Spa Hotel is an oasis of calm with an award winning spa, contemporary restaurant and stylish bedrooms.
We have 34 individually styled bedrooms , most with a lovely sea view and balcony, as well as 6 two bedroom apartments. Our rooms offer soft contemporary tones and a light seaside feel and feature locally sourced elements such as handmade furniture, woven bed throws and artwork.

The Gower Hotel
Milford Terrace, Saundersfoot, SA69 9EL
01834 813452

www.gower-hotel.com
Gower hotel
In the heart of Saundersfoot sits The Gower Hotel. The Gower Hotel is a family friendly, family run hotel with a restaurant serving locally sourced, fresh, home-made food.

2. Penally

Penally is a five minute (if that) drive to Tenby – a lovely walkable distance.
A quiet little village that is close enough to all of the excitement of Tenby. There is also a great route which takes you along the South Beach into Tenby.

Penally Abbey
Penally, Tenby, SA70 7PY
01834 843033
www.penally-abbey.com
Penally

Penally Abbey is a refined country house that is quiet and sophisticated, equipped with an upscale restaurant and inclusive breakfast.
If the walk into Tenby isn’t for you the train station is a 4 minute walk away!

3. Amroth

Amroth is a seafront village 7 miles outside of Tenby!
The beach is ideal for windsurfing and on a low tide you can walk the 3 miles into Saundersfoot.

Summerhill Farmhouse
Amroth, SA67 8LY
summerhill farm house
Summerhill Farmhouse is a beautiful holiday home set with a barbecue in it’s secluded garden…If you can’t be tempted to the two lovely local pubs!

Seawood Cottage
Amroth
01437 772 767
www.coastalcottages.co.uk
amroth
Sea Wood Cottage is a modern end of terrace cottage one of four built to reflect traditional styles with a stone facade, tucked away yet only a stone’s throw from Amroth beach.

4. Manorbier

Another quiet idyllic seaside village, Manorbier is a 15 minute drive into Tenby.
When the tide is out Manorbier beach stretches out impressively.
Manorbier is also home to the famous Manorbier castle, a village pub, tearooms and shop, so you won’t have to go far for your necessities or to take in the local history!

Inglenook Cottage
Manorbier
01437 772767
www.coastalcottages.co.uk

Manorbier

Inglenook is a self contained part of a large, detached Victorian house set in the popular village of Manorbier. Comfortably furnished in a contemporary style, it enjoys a light, fresh feel with the original high ceilings and sash windows. An enclosed, stoned patio to the front is an ideal spot to enjoy a relaxing drink on a summer’s evening or cosy up on the sofas in the lounge on chillier evenings.

5. St Florence

St Florence is a quaint village set a 5 minute drive from Tenby and also Manorbier.
St Florence is such a pretty village with a natural running ford, so you can take scenic walks around this beautiful village..or maybe visit the two local pubs!

Cross Cottage
St Florence
01437 772767
www.coastalcottages.co.uk
st flo

Cross Cottage is a sweet, white washed, detached cottage dating back to 1865 and probably one of the oldest right in the centre of the historical village of St Florence.
Comfortably furnished, it retains its original character.
A short path leads to the glazed porch and into the spacious dining room with 2 steps up to the fitted kitchen.

Greenhills Hotel
St Florence, SA70 8NB
01834 871300
greenhills

Greenhills Hotel in St Florence offers an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a restaurant serving homemade locally sourced food!

6. Narberth
Narberth is a quirky village around a 20 minute drive from Tenby! This village is full of boutique, one of a kind shops, along with amazing restaurants and cafe’s full of homemade food! if you are in the area Narberth is a place definitely worth a visit!

Ty Peggie
Narberth
01437 772767
www.coastalcottages.co.uk
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Ty Peggie is a pretty stone barn conversion, beautifully renovated and thoughtfully designed, set down an unmade private drive on the Eastwood Estate on the outskirts of the popular market town of Narberth and only a short drive from the stunning coastline at Saundersfoot.

The Cwtch
Narberth
01437 772767
www.coastalcottages.co.uk
cwtch narb

Stone steps lead up to The Cwtch, a first floor studio apartment set in the eaves of the a detached outbuilding next to the owners’ holiday home.
One of four cottages on the Eastwood Estate approached by an unmade lane set in rolling green fields and mature trees, yet only a few minutes drive from the bustling market town of Narberth. The coast is not far away with Saundersfoot being only 15 minutes by car.