Our Lydstep holiday cottages are found in a tiny, picturesque village that is set on a beautiful stretch of coastline and is just over three miles from the popular and historic town of Tenby.
Lydstep is loved by visitors and locals alike, boasting a friendly seasonal pub (the Lydstep Tavern) and accompanying beer garden, a well-stocked nursery and garden centre, and an excellent health and beauty spa.
The village’s many natural assets include the spectacular cliff-scape of Giltar, amazing views across to Caldey Island, the National Trust-owned Lydstep Point headland (with its great circular walk that leads along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path to Manorbier and Tenby), the Lydstep Caverns (fully accessible at low tide) and the sandy, private bay of Lydstep Haven, which is a wonderful spot for swimming and water sports.
Lydstep has historically been linked with saints, earls and Tudor merchants, and these illustrious former residents were responsible for introducing the eye-catching, red-tiled roofs to the area that can still be admired there today. The ruined bishop's palace, once a hunting seat and holiday home of Bishop Henry de Gower of St Davids, is another small but interesting feature of this charming clifftop village; it is easy to see why, even seven centuries after the palace was built, visitors continue to return year after year.
If you would like to explore this lovely destination for yourself, why not consider staying at one of our beautiful holiday cottages in Lydstep?
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