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All reviews rock pools low tide car park national trust half mile beautiful beach tide times body boarding coastal path the cliff an ice cream van crystal clear waters well worth the effort incoming tide new venture pretty beach interesting rock formations
We walked above the beach on the coast path but it was impressive nonetheless. A huge expanse of golden sand with intricately shaped pebbles and rock formations. Well worth a visit or a walk by. Very beautiful and certainly quiet.
We did the birds, rocks and seal walk from the National trust website it’s a 5 mike walk which takes in some great views and indeed we got to see seal pups in the coves. We parked on the trust Car park free to members...More
We are lucky enough to live 18 minutes drive from this incredible beach. Seeing this at high tide in October 2017 sealed our decision to come and live in Pembrokeshire. A year later and here we are. If you visit Pembs then you have to...More
I walked down the gently sloping, winding path to the beach - whilst my husband listened to the final Test Match of the series in the car - & was so pleased to find the picturesque sandy cove without having to negotiate difficult terrain. I...More
Waiting for family to arrive from coastal walk found a warm and welcoming cafe near the Lobster Inn. Delicious brownies , good coffee and noticed customers enjoying pizzas,chips etc. Plenty of room and comfy sofas.
Went to Marloes for the first time.
The beach is fantastic with a shore line of a rocky nature. The sun was out today. The sea was a lovely colour of blue. The sands are so clean and the back drop of rocky cliffs make...More
Runwayskiln cafe, what a find! Somewhat hidden if approaching from the coastal path but just a couple of minutes walk from the path near Maroes Sands Beach, looks like some farm buildings in the distance. Lovely choice of lunches or just a snack, cakes looked...More
Response from Tycoon123 | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can walk down the accessible path from the National Trust car park. However you would need to lift the pram over the rocks at the bottom onto the beach. The first part of the beach is small pebbles but once you reach... More
Yes you can walk down the accessible path from the National Trust car park. However you would need to lift the pram over the rocks at the bottom onto the beach. The first part of the beach is small pebbles but once you reach the sand you'd probably manage.