Awelon – Manorbier B&B
Awelon,(Manorbier bed and breakfast) is my family home and child-friendly little bed and breakfast close to the beach, near Tenby in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. I have a double en-suite and a twin room with sole use private shower room as my guest accommodation.
It has unique panoramic views from all the rooms over the Pembrokeshire Coast, the Medieval Castle of Manorbier and the sandy cove of Manorbier Bay. It is a short walk to the beach and the award winning Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Enjoy a Pembrokeshire Coast breakfast. I make my own homemade bread, jams, cakes, sourcing my produce from Pembrokeshire suppliers and butchers. I have been awarded a Pembrokeshire Produce Mark for my commitment to promoting Pembrokeshire produce.
I have gained a European Green Key Accreditation and Trip Advisor’s Silver Green Leader Award for my commitment to sustainable and ethical practice within my b and b business. My accommodation is featured in The Green Traveller Guide.
Why come to Pembrokeshire in West Wales for a holiday?
It is the UK’s only Coastal National Park.Pembrokeshire and its Coastal Path have won numerous awards in the last few years including National Geographic No.2 coastal destination in the world. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path forms part of the unique All Wales Path and has been voted number 3 in the world for long distance trails.Manorbier is a delightfully unspoiled village on the coast close to Tenby and Pembroke. The medieval castle in Manorbier has been voted by National Geographic as one of the top twelve romantic settings for a castle in Europe. It has a neolithic burial chamber on the Coast Path overlooking the bay. There are several circular walks from the village. It is possible to walk to Tenby and return by the local bus service.
Pembrokeshire offers the visitor, blue flag clean beaches, and various watersports activities. Boat trips to the islands of Skomer and Ramsey known for its breeding bird colonies and wildlife. Castles including Carew and Pembroke. Heritage sites including the UK’s smallest city, St.David’s and its magnificent cathedral.