Amroth is a tiny, welcoming village strewn along the seafront. Only 7 miles east of Tenby on the southern tip of Pembrokeshire, it serves as either the starting point or finishing point, of the famous Pembrokeshire's Coastal Path.
Noted for its half mile long stretch of soft sandy beach, low tide plays stage for the best beach games imaginable and also provides hours of fun whilst rock pooling at the western end.
It’s not hard to see why this area has been awarded both, The Seaside Award (Resort) 2015 and The European Blue Flag Beach Award 2015. In addition to its glorious size, Amroth beach is also bursting with historic reminders. At exceptionally low tide you can still come across the fossilised forest, eradicated when sea levels soared over 7000 years ago. While petrified antlers, animal bones and Neolithic weapons and flints have also been spotted.
Like numerous Welsh towns and villages dotted throughout Pembrokeshire, Amroth was once home to a Norman castle. The castle ruins are sadly long gone, although a mock castle was built in the 18th/19th Century.
Visitors to this special little part of the Pembrokeshire coastline, should not leave without visiting Colby Woods and Gardens. Set within eight acres and famous for their colourful displays of rhododendrons and azalea, Colby has a coal mining history, woodland walks, open air theatre in summer months, a breath-taking walled garden and a tea room, it’s the perfect place for heritage discovery and natural learning for all ages.
There are a couple of car parks in Amroth, one at the west end of the beach and the other in the village itself. The beach also allows easy access for the disabled, with specific parking along the sea-front. These parking facilities enable visitors to access the wonderful pubs, cafes and shops.
Amroth is a charming coastal village where time seems to have stood still. The long and sandy beach is peppered by a series of groynes that help protect the village from winter storms. The Western side of the beach, marks the beginning of the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which winds its way for 186 miles past each of the splendid coves, beaches and cliffs of the Pembrokeshire National Park.
One of 4 finalists in the 'Best Day out in Pembrokeshire' award, this family run outdoor activity provides a great day out for the whole family. Adventure and fun awaits you in atmospheric, jungle-themed woodland. It's the most fun you'll have dressed in camo gear. This award-winning activity is suitable for kids, teens and adults alike and experienced, fully trained & friendly staff are on hand at all times.
The 2.75 acre gaming arena is purpose-built and includes hides, huts, roundhouse & fort and plenty of natural cover. In the midst of the wood lies the 'Prison', also known as the Maze, which was set designed in 2014 by leading designer of Dr Who & Torchwood sets.
Birthday parties are very popular here with the consensus being "the best birthday party ever!", not just from the host but the guests as well.
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A beautiful peaceful setting for woodland walks and strolls around walled gardens. Colby Woodland Gardens is home to a host of wildlife including bats, dippers, otters and butterflies. Take the children along with a picnic, and let them built dens, play on rope swings and go pond dipping.
Dogs on leads are allowed in gardens only.
A seafront Bar&Grill located overlooking Amroth beach. Tom and Jack and the crew have taken over and transformed "the old cartwheel" and have given it a new identity. There are a huge number of features including an artificial campfire, a prison cage, a 2-storey pirate, A pirate ship moored to a jetty featuring a slide, wheel, mast, and sail Fort, A shipwreck covered in climb nets, a crow’s nest and Rope bridge. Smugglers is a new, themed, family restaurant and Pirates adventure play area. A great family friendly atmosphere with good quality food, which offers a warm welcome all year round.
If a peaceful country pub besides the sea is what you're looking for, the Amroth Arms is the place for you. A dog friendly pub, The Amroth Arms is in an enviable position overlooking the bay and offers a range of delicious meals including a popular Sunday lunch each week. Lunch is served daily between noon and 2.30pm whilst evening meals are served from 6pm Monday to Saturday. Children's menus and daily specials available.
Vegetarian and dietary requirement options available on request.
The New Inn, Amroth is a 16th Century family run pub offering traditional home cooked food and real ales. They have a kiddies corner where the kids can help themselves to reading books, puzzles or colouring-in books, they also have a full children's menu and cater for dietary needs.
The bar area has a open log fire and the still has the original kitchen to the farmhouse. The main bar area has a log burner so you can relax in a warm and relaxed surrounding.
Please note: Dogs are allowed outside, but only allowed in the bar area of the pub.