Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

 

For anyone staying in Pembrokeshire a must see attraction if the magnificent 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

The Pembrokeshire Coastal path runs from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south of the county.

No matter where you join the path you will find all sorts of different and stunning scenery from beautiful sandy bays to rugged coastline and rolling hills and dales.

You will see all sorts of wildlife and landscapes from rolling green grass to tall and graceful trees, wherever you look you will see breathtaking scenes that can be enjoyed whatever the weather!

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path was opening in the 1970’s and its claim to fame is that it was the first National Trail in Wales.

Pen Mar Guest House is ideally situated within a 5 – 10 minute walk from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path at Waterwynch Bay. Not only are we near to the path itself, we are conveniently located in between Tenby and Saundersfoot in order that travel to other parts of the coastal path can be made on foot, in a car or using public transport.

Whilst there are gentler parts to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path it does represent a good physical challenge!!!! If you complete the whole 186 miles, with a combined assent and descent of 35,000 feet, it is said that it is equivalent to climbing Everest!

Don’t forget though, you can also enjoy lots of smaller and easier sections on the coastal path. With plenty of places to stop for refreshments of one type or another!!! you will always be guaranteed a warm welcome wherever you choose to stop.

We have not done the entire path yet but we know there are miles of beautiful pathway to still enjoy. So why not get you map out put on your walking boots and enjoy the fantastic sights and sounds that the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path has to offer.

 

 


The Signs to Follow
The Coastal View
The Coastaline
Pembrokeshire Coast