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This was a treasure of a find . We went for lunch and then for tea later after a coastal walk as it was so well placed near the coastal path in the Marloes area. They use fresh local ingredients , there’s plenty of seating...More
Our fifth holiday in this area mainly due to Marloes Sands Beach. Loads of space, beautiful scenery, usually fantastic surf for body boarding and fun for all the family.
Walk from the nearest parking spot can be a bit of a struggle for some, but...More
When we arrived, it was a beautiful day and the beach looked stunning!! Good surf for bodyboarding and no jellyfish, only clear waters! Big stunning rocks dotted around the beach and great for rock pools.
Be careful though, as tide does comes all the way...More
Visited last week on a misty overcast day with our two pups after checking it was dog friendly. It was a relatively easy 1/2 mile walk down to beach on a mainly gravelled path and well worth the walk! The gem that greets you at...More
Love this beach with its Jurassic coastline, amazing rock pools, gorgeous sand and exhilarating waves. Perfect for body boarding. Free parking for Nation Trust members in the main car park although for £3 I would park in the furthest end of the field on the...More
I read the reviews here of this beach and decided we had to visit during our 3 day visit to Pembrokeshire.
All I can say is 'Wow!'
Everything you could possibly want in a beach is here... Stunning views, clean and pretty safe water to...More
Amazingly scenic beach. Its only real downsides are the car park fee (£5 for all day, cheaper in the afternoon I think) and the ten minute or so walk. But the walk is relatively easy, and it's so worth it.
It’s a half mile walk, which isn’t too difficult. Parking available with the National Trust at £5, although we did spot afterwards that there was alternative parking next door (just before you get to the National Trust) for £3. There are no facilities at the...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.