Manorbier Bed & Breakfast
Manorbier Bed and Breakfast is our family home. We were featured in The Guardian, 2012 for Top Ten New Places to Stay by the Seacoast Magazine and Welsh Coastal Life.
The accommodation comprises of a Double Room with en suite shower room and a twin room with sole use private shower room diagonally across from the bedroom. Occasionally a third large double bedroom is used for a stay's over four nights or more.
All the upstairs rooms overlook the sandy bay of Manorbier and Manorbier Castle. It is a short walk (approx six minutes) to the beach and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Guests have their own sitting room leading out onto a seated patio area, which guests are free to use for drinks in the afternoon/evening enjoying our garden. We try and use local village produce and homemade jams. Home baking is provided on the hospitality tray and there is a mini fridge in the corridor close to both rooms with fresh milk for guests. We try and cater for all dietary requests for breakfast.
Sorry No Dogs as we have Cocker Spaniels of our own in the house and we are a Non Smoking Household.
Manorbier is a lovely village with a good shop, lovely cafe, village pub and a four star restaurant as well as its own train station. There are several beaches around Manorbier including the main one, which is excellent for body boarding and surfing. It is also gently shelving for young children and there plenty of award winning beaches nearby like Barafundle, Tenby, Broadhaven and Freshwater West.
Both Tenby and Pembroke are ten minutes by car away.
Pembroke, and Carew Castle are close to Manorbier by bus or car. We have a private off street car parking, and there is a train station at Manorbier where we pick up guests.
Free WIFI is available in the house.
We take Bank Transfer, Cheques or Cash to settle accounts.
There is an excellent shop, café, pub and restaurant in Manorbier. In the next door villages there are a number of places to eat if you do not want to travel to Tenby which has lots of places to eat to suit all budgets.
We are close to local attractions for children such as the award winning Folly Farm with its own 1950's/1960's funfair Manor Park Zoo and Heatherton, and Oakwood.
Pembrokeshire is the only Coastal National Park in the UK guests can visit the islands of Skomer, Ramsey and Grassholm and Caldey just offshore from Tenby. St. David's and its cathedral are well worth a visit in the North of the county.
If you fancy rooms with a view and enjoy beaches and heritage then Manorbier Bed and Breakfast is a place to come to explore Pembrokeshire.
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This page was last updated: 25 April 2013