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East Llanteg Guest House

East Llanteg Guest House

Nestle between Narberth and Amroth, the Cwtch is the perfect couple’s getaway.  Located in the small hamlet of Llanteg only 3 miles from the world-renowned Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

The accommodation is part of East Llanteg Guest House, which used to be a working farm many years ago situated in the beautiful village of Llanteg.

Amroth beach is located just 2.1 miles from the Cwtch.  If you are feeling energetic you can walk to and from Amroth, and stop in at Colby Woodlands on the way (https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/colby-woodland-garden).  Amroth has animal friendly pubs and restaurants and animals are allowed on certain parts of the beaches.  

You are also less than 10 miles from the beach towns of Pendine, Saundersfoot, Wisemans Bridge and Tenby.

Tenby is a harbour town and resort in southwest Wales and has blue flag beaches.  Tenby and the other beach towns have plenty of pet friendly pubs and walks https://www.tenbyvisitorguide.co.uk/.

You are also close to the towns of Kilgetty, Narberth, Whitland and St Clears.

Whitland is a rural working town with 2,200 residents and is twinned with Pirpriac in Britany. 

Whitland is linked culturally to King Hywel Dda and has a ruined Abbey alongside the circular Abbey Walk www.whitlandtowncouncil.co.uk.  Whitland has a train station service to major cities. 

Narberth is a gorgeous little market town in the east of Pembrokeshire.  Multicoloured Edwardian and Georgian buildings line the high street which has developed quite a reputation as a shopper’s heaven. Independent shops selling a whole range of exquisite items from fine art to fine food rub shoulders with vintage and antique shops.  Narberth has train links to major cities.

If you want to ravel further afield you can visit St David’s, which is just over 33 miles, which is a city and community with a cathedral.  It is the resting place of Saint David, Wales’s patron saint.  St David’s is the UK’s smallest city in terms of population and urban area.

Visit Pembrokeshire: https://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/ or Visit Carmarthenshire https://www.visitcarmarthenshire.co.uk/ for more information on local attractions.

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts some of the most spectacular scenery and diverse wildlife in Britain including internationally important nature reserves, geology and archaeology, please visit https/www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/default.asp?PID=4, for more information.

The ferry port at Pembroke Dock can be reached in 20 minutes. 

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