With warmer weather, and longer days upon us, what better way to spend your day than down on the beach? Some of the most popular and beautiful beaches of West Wales are only a short distance from The Cors Country House. Below is a list of our top 5!
This 7 mile beach on the shores of Carmarthen bay is the perfect place to build sand castles. As one of the UK’s largest and most iconic beaches, this location has a unique selling point of still being able to drive onto the beach.
A recent regeneration project has led to a brand new 500m traffic free promenade overlooking and with easy access to the beach. Also included in the regeneration is the addition of the Parry Thomas Centre, which houses everything you could want for a fun-filled day out at the beach. From kayak hire, coffee shops to ice cream huts. The first floor is even occupied by a hugely popular Asian Fusion Restaurant.
A new adventure playground for the littles ones has recently just opened a few hundred yards away from the beachfront.
Want something a little smaller? Quieter maybe? Amroth is a half a mile long, sandy flat beautiful beach. Access to this beach is via a wheel chair friendly concrete path. Did you know Amroth marks the start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path? One of Britain’s 17 long-distance National Trails. With the quaint little village of Amroth nearby, featuring a selection of shops, cafes and pubs.
Wisemen’s bridge lies between Amroth and our next beach, Saundersfoot. At low tide it’s possible to walk all the way to Saundersfoot but it’s recommended that you check the tides first! This hidden gem is connected to the rest of the coastline through a series of tunnels and paths. Due to this it’s a very popular location for ramblers who love to explore the multitude of trails available from this location. This location is rich in history, the tunnels were once used to transport coal to the boats that would export it all over the country.
This large flat Sandy beach is small but one of the most popular resorts in our area. With stunning views from the top of the hill and one the most quaint seaside harbours, this is a must visit for anyone staying in the area. The small seaside town that wraps around the beach is packed with independent local businesses, from seafood to homemade pasties, ice cream to fish and chips, this location has it all. And let’s not forget the famous St Brides Spa for the ultimate day of relaxation.
Tenby is fast becoming one of the most popular locations to visit in the UK. Found between the Harbour Beach and the North Cliffs is the infamous Tenby North Beach, the beach is overlooked by the promenade and the town itself. This golden sandy beach is dotted with rock pools and the imposing Goscar Rock. This multi-award winning blue flag beach is one of the most beloved and iconic in the UK. Once your day on the beach is complete, Tenby town centre itself is a must visit with plenty to see, do and of course eat!!