Llangwm is pretty little village, made up primarily of quaint fishermen’s’ cottages. The village is sat within Pembrokeshire’s stunning National Park and nestled on the banks of the Cleddau Estuary.
The history of this village dates back as far as the Viking period. The Vikings themselves used to sail up the Cleddau Estuary and use Llangwm as a base in the winter. The village was, at that time, known as ‘Langheim'.
Llangwm's traditional industries were farming and fishing. The village’s beautiful scenery reflects this history at every turn, even though the fishing industry here is now long gone.The popular village pub, The Cottage Inn, serves freshly cooked meals, using local and seasonal produce, along with a wide range of great wines, spirits and beers. The pub’s beer garden offers the perfect relaxed setting for a lovely family lunch or a much needed refreshments after a long day of exploring this secret waterway.
Llangwm offers visitors a warm and friendly welcome. It also provides a perfect place to walk, cycle and enjoy boating in a quiet location, whilst still being within a short drive to Pembrokeshire’s fabulous beaches and amenities.