Hotels, B&B's and Self Catering in Manorbier

Manorbier is a seaside village with a sandy cove, ideal for water sports enthusiasts. The beach is sandy and backed by dunes with a stream running down the northern end. The beach is south-westerly facing making it popular with surfers, although there are some strong currents here. There is a well-preserved medieval castle overlooking the bay with an interesting chapel, round tower, gatehouse and battlements. Manorbier was designated as a conservation area by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in 1997. The village has a pub, tea rooms and a church. Also in the village are the restored Beer House and a dovecote below the castle walls. On the coast path to the east is The King's Quoit, a stone cromlech on the coast path overlooking the bay.

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