The seaside village of Manorbier straddles a deep valley and is dominated by a magnificent Norman castle which is privately owned but still open to the public from April to September. The famous archdeacon who was known as ‘Gerald of Wales’ was born here in 1145, and the castle has had a close attachment to the community ever since.
After arriving at one of our excellent Manorbier holiday cottages, you will start to discover an attractive and sleepy little village set in beautiful countryside and surrounded by many marvellous walks. Designated as a conservation area in 1997 by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Manorbier remains one of the prettiest places in Pembrokeshire, no matter what the season.
Why not take a wander to the pretty St James’s Church and explore the beautiful beach below? Afterwards, a stroll up the main street will bring you to the well-stocked general store and Post Office, which is perfectly located for getting all those last-minute necessities.
With the village’s close proximity to the well-known towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot, you really do get the best of both worlds when staying at our holiday cottages in Manorbier, waking each morning in rural tranquillity but with seaside shopping and socialising just a stone’s throw away.
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