Amroth with its long glorious beach, is the perfect family retreat. It is a small seaside village tucked away on the southern tip of Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales and serves as the starting point, or end point, of Pembrokeshire's Coastal Path. Conveniently located just 8 miles from the seaside resort of Tenby, Amroth has plenty to offer both within the village and surrounding area.
Amroth is a Welsh name, meaning 'On the brook called Rhath.' Most of the local shops are situated opposite the beach, and there are also a number of restaurants, cafes and public houses nearby. The Amroth Arms are conveniently located on the seafront promenade, and the New Inn behind the beach is a 16th century public house which is highly recommended for its good beer and delicious homemade foods. There is also a village shop, a café and beachside souvenir shops.....
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