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Amroth Cottages

91 properties found

Amroth Cottages

91 properties found
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Amroth
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Wisemans Bridge, West Wales

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£552 - £1,094

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Wisemans Bridge, West Wales

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Amroth is a village in Pembrokeshire, western Wales, part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and very popular among tourists visiting the area. There are countless potential walks among the splendid scenery of the park, and all the amenities you would expect from a tourist haven, making Amroth a fine choice to spend a break in one of our wonderful holiday cottages.

The landscape of Amroth

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is Britain's only coastal-based national park and one of Europe's most spectacular stretches of coastal natural beauty. Rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and wild inland hills combine to offer visitors a wealth of wonderful places to explore and enjoy.

Amroth is the southern starting point of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path – a 186-mile long path that winds its way around the cliffs and beaches of the county. Throughout its length it covers a huge range of maritime landscapes, and in total the path passes 58 beaches and 14 harbours. Wildlife is abundant along the path from Amroth onwards, with peregrine falcons, puffins and various other sea birds dotted among the headlands and sheltered red sandstone coves, and there’s a good chance of spotting grey seals or even porpoises and dolphins out at sea.

Things to see and do around Amroth

If you’ve decided to base yourself in one of our holiday cottages and would rather not wear your boots out on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, there are plenty of easier walks and impressive sights in the immediate area.

A visit to Colby Woodland Garden is definitely recommended. This is a beautifully picturesque haven in the heart of the area, offering carpets of meadow flowers, shady woodland walks, a lovingly tended walled garden and a stream for the kids to have a splash around in.

For a more spontaneous stroll, there are plenty of local woods to have a wander around. Pendeilo Wood winds north from the Colby Woodland Garden, with Craig-y-borion Wood forming the other half of a horseshoe a short way to the west. To the east lies Little Trelissey Wood.

The village itself has a number of attractions, such as Amroth Castle. This is actually an 18th-century country house, now a grade I listed building, built on the site of Amroth's original Norman fortress which dated back to the 12th century. The castle is well worth a visit to examine the period architecture and wonderful grounds overlooking the Bristol Channel.

There are plenty of pubs and restaurants to choose from in the town. Among them is the New Inn, a charming country pub dating back nearly 500 years, with food that has been locally caught or reared on the menu and a healthy selection of real ales. Similar traditional fare is provided by the Amroth Arms, closer to the centre of the village.

Holidays in Amroth

The beachside location of Amroth in South Pembrokeshire in the Pembrokeshire National Park meets the Bristol Channel where the excellent bathing waters are a pleasant diversion on your Amroth holiday.  Our Amroth cottages provide a lovely place to spend time at the seaside, on the water on a pleasure cruise or exploring nearby Caldey Island on a day trip.

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