Thomas Chapel is an idyllic little country village, with a quaint way of life. Set within a stone’s throw from Narberth, and exceptionally close to great days out like Folly Farm, this lovely village is the ideal location for which to explore the county and enjoy a real taste of life in a Wales.
Whilst a small town, it has a historical past in rural Pembrokeshire, as the site of a colliery connecting to Saundersfoot, the first pits in the Thomas Chapel area have been dated back to the 1780s, and Thomas Chapel Colliery itself was closed sometime in the 1850s when the New Hayes and Hacket Collieries were re-opened.
Now an idyllic and peaceful village, just a few miles from the hustle and bustle of Tenby, and situated perfectly for families wishing to visit Narberth, the surrounding beaches and Folly Farm, which is a stone’s throw away, consider a base here and you won’t be disappointed.
Just beyond Narberth to the North of Pembrokeshire, lies the fantastic and rugged landscapes of the Preseli Hills, where exploration and fantastic walking routes can be found intersecting the mountains and hills. The town of Narberth offering a range of boutique and deli-style shops and cafeterias to keep you intrigued and well-fed. To the South of Thomas Chapel, the towns of Tenby, Saundersfoot, and historic Pembroke can be easily accessed, with a gateway to some of the most popular beaches found in all of the UK, South Pembrokeshire offers some amazing stretches of coastline, either for beach-dwellers or coastal walkers alike. With plenty to see and do, make sure your next visit, is a visit to West Wales.