Pentlepoir Holiday Homes near Tenby & Saundersfoot

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Pentlepoir Holiday Homes

Pentlepoir is a small village, situated on the main thoroughfare through to both Saundersfoot and Tenby, just a few miles outside of both main resort towns.

With good road links and access to both of the two popular main South Pembrokeshire locations, Pentlepoir and the surrounding towns of Begelly and Kilgetty offer a quiet location amid countryside, yet within easy reach of all Pembrokeshire’s best attractions.

Just off the A477 – the main route into South Pembrokeshire – Pentlepoir is a perfectly positioned bolthole to act as a base to explore the entire county, easily linking directly into both Tenby and Saundersfoot, as well as roads that link to Pembroke, Narberth and to the rugged North of the county.

The award-winning Dragon Palace is situated in Pentlepoir, offering a fantastic place to eat out locally, as well as some great local stores, garages and just down the road, you will find the Four Seasons deli at New Hedges, combining their experience as first-class fruiterers, with an all-new florist, delicatessen with a wide choice of cheeses, hams, meats and oils, and an-house baker.

Basing yourself in Pentlepoir, or nearby Kilgetty or Begelly offers the very best of both worlds, with simple and short hops in between both Tenby and Saundersfoot, but being able to escape the hustle and bustle of both villages, and retire to nearby areas where the pace is much slower and offers a different, more relaxing experience.

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