Lydstep’s pretty village sets the scene for a restful world in which to indulge yourself at one of our Pembrokeshire holiday cottages. A seaside village with a sandy beach that is set in a cove and has great views to Caldey Island. The limestone cliffs at Lydstep Head are popular with climbers and at low tide, there are caves to explore too.
If you are a keen golfer, take a six-minute trip to “Trefloyne Golf Club” and spend the day playing your favourite sport whilst being awed by the surrounding beauty. With flourishing fields and captivating landscapes, a day at the golf course will be a day spent in the heavenly surroundings of nature.
Delve into history with a ten-minute walk to Manorbier and have a magical tour of the medieval castle that dominates the skyline with its breathtaking presence. It is here you can also share an enchanting barefoot walk across the secluded beach, whilst gazing upon the vivid waters as they reflect the intense colours of the setting sun.
Excite the family with a ten-minute drive to the historical seaside town of Tenby, still enclosed by its ancient town wall, Tenby serves as a thrilling beachside location crammed with gift shops, restaurants, and evening entertainment. Their winding cobbled streets preserve the mysteries that lie behind the town’s past and create a mystical trip that will enthrall its visitors. Tenby’s beach will also attract water sport enthusiasts, due to its fantastic wind conditions and popularity. Call into “Tenby Water Sports” for hire of jet skis, along with kayak trips and wakeboarding!
Whatever you decide to do whilst staying in Lydstep, you are sure to find everything you could want for a relaxing holiday, whether it be adventuring around and about or escaping to the quietness of the country, Lydstep has it all and will guarantee a delightful stay.