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Pentlepoir

Explore your passion for nature and venture to the serene village of Pentlepoir. Situated in the beautiful coastal area of Pembrokeshire, South West Wales, you will find yourself immersed in a world of tranquil landscapes and majestic seas. The area is fantastic for those who wish to indulge in the joys of nature itself and for those who love to witness the sights of distinctive landscapes.

Built up around the beauty of the Welsh countryside, Pentlepoir’s picturesque village offers a peaceful retreat from the stresses of everyday life and the opportunity to explore the many surrounding beaches.

Start the day off by taking a scenic walk around this quaint village and take in the breathtaking sights of the sweeping hills and the lustrous fields that surround you. Pack a picnic, and take the family out to enjoy an afternoon lunch sat under the shadows of the flourishing trees and stretch out in a carpet of vivid wild flowers.

A short drive through the meandering lanes of the county will bring you into the charming fishing village of Saundersfoot. Located just under six minutes away, a visit to Saundersfoot cannot be missed. Here you will find one of the many beautiful beaches within the area along with an array of gift shops and superb restaurants. Pop into “The Harbour” or “The Olive Tree” and browse the shelves for that unique gift, or dine for a romantic meal in the exquisite restaurant of “Mermaid on the Strand”. Its delightful ambience will set the mood for that special evening, arousing your senses with it aromatic aromas.

Following the coastline eastwards, find yourself in the remote village of Wisemans Bridge. Here you will find another enchanting beach along with many shallow rock pools that the children will have fun exploring. The village will also be appealing for those with an interest in history, as Churchill himself once came here in order to attend the rehearsals for the D-Day landings. There are also the remains of an old Iron and Coal works nearby which will take you on a journey back in time to the ancient days of Welsh industry.

There are many other attractions within close range of Pentlepoir, with something for everyone to enjoy. Experience family fun at "Folly Farm", or delve back into ancient history at "Colby Woodland Garden". Just four miles away will bring you into the historical town of Tenby, featuring silky golden sands and thrilling water sports along with museums and charming restaurants. Find everything you need for a great day out and even take a boat ride over to Caldey Island where you can see the ancient monastery and grab the chance to purchase some of their tasty chocolate.

With FBM Holidays providing you with some fantastic self catering properties within the Pentlepoir area, you will find all you need for a very enjoyable stay.

Pentlepoir’s natural charm and magnificent surroundings will have you captivated in a world where nature is just outside your doorstep and with so many things to see and do, you are guaranteed to enjoy every moment of your holiday.