Manorbier is a village in the county of Pembrokeshire south west Wales. Located west of the town of Tenby and south east of Pembroke, Manorbier was once famously described as "the pleasantest place in Wales.” Having a picturesque beach and a beautiful medieval castle it would be difficult to argue with Giraldus Cambrensis, archdeacon of Brecon and the renowned chronicler of his times, more especially as "Gerald" was born in Manorbier (in 1146) and was the most famous Welsh travel writer for a thousand years!
The journey to Manorbier takes you through Pembrokeshire's beautiful countryside, with colourful hedgerows and winding country lanes. Once in the village you will find a medieval castle, a Norman church, a pub, a post office cum general store, a garage and a cafe/ tea rooms. No ...it's not the commercial capital of Pembrokeshire but your not here for the shopping! Although there is only one pub in the village, The Castle Inn provides a warm and friendly welcome to all, and serves appetising meals... or just have a pint of beer and a ploughman's lunch. ....
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