Coed Pen Bed & Breakfast Pendine
Any 4 nights in April for £125 per person based on 2 sharing 1 of our seaview, ensuite rooms with full breakfast. Please quote BBD to take up this offer.
Coed Pen, is in an ideal location for exploring the 2 counties with their magnificent beaches and coastline, historic buildings, gardens and many other tourist attractions. Whether you want to come for a lazy weekend or an action packed week on the beach, Coed Pen makes an ideal base.
We offer plenty of parking and are able to pick up from the local station (Whitland) on request as well as providing secure storage for bikes and surfboards etc! Pendine is also served by an excellent bus service into Carmarthen and Tenby.
Our aim is to use as much locally sourced produce as we can and our breakfasts will set you up for the day. We happily cater for special diets, please just let us know on booking.
All our rooms have been refurbished for 2009. Our bedrooms are light and airy and have oak flooring and furniture. The bathrooms have oak washstands with freestanding basins, large showers and WC.
We also offer in each room:
TV with integrated DVD player - feel free to borrow one of our DVDs or bring your own!
Hospitality tray with tea, coffee, hot chocolate, water, chocolate biscuits and crisps
Quality complimentary toiletries
We have a range of maps, leaflets and books to help you get the most from your stay with us. Some of our favourite places include:
Leave the car behind at Coed Pen and walk the 250 metres to the famous beach. It's a safe and sheltered beach, which is great for families. There is a super, child friendly cafe as well as some pubs, a Post Office and gift shops.
Museum of Speed Pendine
Just a few minutes walk from Coed Pen, the museum's main exhibit during the summer season is 'Babs', Parry Thomas' car that he used for his fatal attempt at the land speed record in 1927. Other record breaking vehicles can be seen here too.
Free to get in!
Laugharne lies on the river Taf and is well known for having been the home of Dylan Thomas from 1949 until his death in 1953. Laugharne is thought to have been the inspiration for his fictional town Llareggub in Under Milk Wood. There is a great walk along the estuary past the 'shed' where Dylan Thomas did much of his writing and up to the Boathouse where he lived with his wife Caitlin. The Boathouse is now a museum dedicated to Dylan.
Other attractions in the town include the 12th Century castle and the town hall. Lots of places to eat and easy free parking.
Owned by the National Trust, Stackpole Quay is claimed to be Britain's smallest harbour. There is a car park, cafe and toilets. The car park is the closest you can get by road to Barafundle Bay, which has been described as a 'Jewel in the Crown'. It's well worth the 1/2 a mile or so coastal walk to the bay.
Leave Coed Pen and drive along the lanes towards Tenby via Saundersfoot and you will come across some fantastic views. Surrounded by a 13th century wall, Tenby is packed with shops and places to eat and drink. Has 2 excellent beaches and a picturesque harbour from which you can look back over the bay to Pendine! From the harbour you can also catch a boat over to Caldey Island which is home to some Cistercian Monks.
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This page was last updated: 30 March 2010