West Cottage


7.4 miles NE of Tenby | Sleeps 4 + cot*

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearby pub

Welcome to The Aplha Inn, a traditional public house in the centre of Tavernspite with a separate dining room and welcoming bar area. Open for lunch and dinner, food is prepared using local produce and Sunday lunch is a speciality.

Nearby beach

Off the beaten track and perfect for walkers and those looking for solitude, Marros Beach is a long, shingle remote beach, best accessed from Marros village which is about a mile's walk away. Dogs are allowed year round.

Nearby walk

Hidden in a wooded valley, Colby Woodland Garden is a delightful National Trust location with a secret walled garden and 900 acres to explore. You will also find a second hand book shop and cafe for refreshments.Dogs on leads are allowed year round.

Nearby town

Llanteg is a small rural village in Pembrokeshire, located just three miles from the coast path and Amorth beach, just two and a half miles away.

Also nearby

Situated on a 12 acre small holding, Aim Country Sports is run by instructor Jon who can offer Aerial Archery, Archery and Axe Throwing. Further details are available on their website, and also how to make bookings.

Greenacre grow year round and you can enjoy the freshest of local produce from the small "shop" at the entrance, throught the day. Seasonal events also take place to take a look at their facebook page for updates.

Found just six miles from Narberth, Tavernspite is a small, rural village with a renowned garden centre and The Alpha Inn, popular with both regulars and visitors.

This is an ideal family beach with golden sand at low tide, ideal for beach games and at the western end there are lots of rockpools. There's lifeguard cover during the summer months and dog restrictions apply locally.

A small coastal village at the start of or the end of (depending which way you walk) the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Best known for its long sandy beach, the village boasts a couple of pubs and a village shop. At low tide it's possible to see the remains of a petrified forest, with tree stumps poking through the sand.

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