Lydstep is a tiny, picturesque village on a beautiful stretch of coastline, just over 3 miles from the popular and historic town of Tenby. Lydstep is loved by visitors and locals alike, with its friendly, but seasonal local pub and accompanying beer garden, the well-stocked Lydstep garden nurseries and the local health and beauty spa.
Lydstep’s natural assets include the spectacular cliff-scape of Giltar, views across to Caldey Island, the National Trust owned Lydstep Point Headland with its great circular walk that leads along the Coastal Path to Manorbier and Tenby, the Lydstep Caverns (accessible at low water) and the sandy, private bay of Lydstep Haven, whicj is a wonderful spot for swimming and water-sports.
Lydstep has historically been linked with Saints, Earls and Tudor Merchants of whom introduced the eye-catching red tiled roofs. The Bishop's Palace, once a hunting seat and holiday home of Bishop Gower of St Davids, is a small but interesting feature in this charming, cliff-top village.
It is easy to see why even 700 years later, visitors return year after year.
Lydstep Haven is a picturesque village with a sand and shingle beach, located just over 3 miles from Tenby on the Pembrokeshire coast. It is very popular with swimmers and water sports enthusiasts and there is a great view of Caldey Island from the beach.
The Lydstep Tavern is a traditional pub with a modern twist. A welcoming atmosphere, with a large beer garden for those sunny days and real log fires for those chillier days, this pub offers a range of popular pub dishes and also caters for dietary requirements with a selection of gluten free meals suitable for coeliacs. The Lydstep Tavern strives to use local produce as much as possible so works closely with local suppliers.
Dogs are welcome in certain areas of the pub.