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Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail Marker

The Slipway Glanteifion, St. Dogmaels, Wales
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Stunning beyond words!

We had planned this trip for quite some time, before finally getting organized. In this instance... read more

Reviewed July 20, 2017
ernestBT48
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Stroke City NI
Great place to view the river

We stopped here briefly to take in the views and take some photos :) great place to bring kids to... read more

Reviewed June 24, 2017
Mike N
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Yateley, United Kingdom
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Jul 20, 2017
“Stunning beyond words!”
Jun 24, 2017
“Great place to view the river”
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The Slipway Glanteifion, St. Dogmaels, Wales
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Reviewed July 20, 2017

We had planned this trip for quite some time, before finally getting organized. In this instance, we chose a 7-day walk with support from a commercial company to move bags and book suitable accommodation. This gem opened in 1971 and has been upgraded thru the...More

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Reviewed June 24, 2017

We stopped here briefly to take in the views and take some photos :) great place to bring kids to do some crabbing from the pontoon

Thank Mike N
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Reviewed June 7, 2017 via mobile

Went to Ceibwr Bay. Wow. Took lots of photos. Walked a little way along the coastal path. Dappled sunlight. Hedgerow heavy, flowing river.

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Reviewed November 28, 2016

We traversed the walk from Amroth to Manorbier in three separate days. The first and most strenuous was from Tenby to Wiseman's Bridge. this was done because we missed our bus connections after walking from Wiseman's Bridge to Kilgetty and then train to Tenby. The...More

Thank banddcleaves
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Reviewed October 15, 2016

I had wished there was a sign here acknowledging the official start or end of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. As well some interpretative panels on the coast path. To complete the coast path is a major accomplishment.

Thank jcovecbns
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Reviewed September 5, 2016

See the photo? That mosaic is about 2ft square. And that's it. Now the little estuary-side park it sits in has lovely views and some interesting sculptures but you wouldn't want to travel there just to see this marker.

Thank Escapeoneday
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Reviewed June 26, 2016

This is one of the most beautiful hiking experiences we have ever had. The scenery was amazing in every direction. We hiked the 75 miles between St. Dogmael's and St. David's in 7 days. Since we were walking in June, there were flowers of every...More

Thank QBzzz
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Reviewed June 10, 2016

3 days of sun and fantastic views, 3 of overcast. But no rain. Definitely worth the long approach (a long way from London). If you want to use the coastal bus you can plan it without a the use of a company. A little extra...More

Thank Richard R
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Reviewed May 24, 2016 via mobile

It's quite simply a great walk with plenty of mainly short and sharp ups and downs. There are a few sections which could be a bit challenging to anyone suffering from vertigo. In May the wild flowers are fabulous. Some guidebooks suggest missing out the...More

Thank gymuser
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Reviewed January 31, 2015

Part of the 870 mile long Wales Coastal Path, it was a real pleasure to walk the section from St Dogmaels to Poppit Sands. Several chunks of the Pembrokeshire path have now been completed by me, and it will take me some time to do...More

Thank KevtheExplorer
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