Lawrenny Millennium Hostel, Lawrenny Millennium Hostel, Lawrenny, Pembrokeshire, SA68 0PW
Call Laura Lort-Phillips on 01646 651270
OverviewSet in a picturesque village, surrounded by organic farmland and ancient oak woodland, this relaxed and friendly hostel is a great base for launching into everything Pembrokeshire has to offer. The hostel is warm, clean and comfortable, with modern facilities. There are 22 beds in 5 rooms, all of which can be reserved as family rooms. There's a large open plan kitchen and living room as well as a drying room, large car park and cycle shelter. Once a Victorian village school, the hostel is superbly placed for walking, boating, bird watching and kayaking, and is close to many top family attractions and the beautiful beaches of south Pembrokeshire. Groups are welcome and the whole hostel can be hired for holidays, training courses and events. WiFi is available. The adjoining village hall is available to rent. The hostel is run as a charitable trust and is a Friends of Nature hostel. The village has a community shop, pub and an award-winning tearoom.
Beds & Rooms:22: 2 x 4 (bunks), 2 x 4 (dbl + bunks), 1 x 6 (dbl/sgl + bunks)
Open:Reopening March 2020. Open all year with all day access. Arrange check in with warden.
Price per night:Adults £18, children (4-17) £12. Dbl rooms £40 (couple), £55 (with children). Sole use £300 per night
Booking:Online, email or telephone.
Directions:From A40 St Clears to Haverfordwest road take A4075 signed Tenby and Oakwood. Just past the turning to Oakwood, turn right and follow signs to Lawrenny. Bear right in front of church and follow the car park signs.
Public Transport:Not easy! Coach/train to Kilgetty or Pembroke. Get the 381 bus (Tenby to Pembroke Dock) and from Cresswell Quay 2.5 mile walk to the hostel.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation is by the sea, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel' and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the present or past youth hostel page, the Wales Coast Path, the page of accommodation near Castles and a dark sky area.
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Spring in hidden Pembrokeshire, along the wonderful Cresswell Estuary and close to Tenby.
January 29th 2020
Lawrenny Hostel is re-opening in March after a major refurbishment. Online booking has just opened. Book a family room for the Easter Holidays while you can.
Set in a forgotten estuary landscape you can soak up nature on the doorstep. Just 20 mins drive from the stunning beaches of the south Pembrokeshire coast, and the promenades of Tenby. At Lawrenny Hostel you have the opportunity to craft your own favorite Easter holiday!
Lawrenny Hostel provides great value self catering accommodation. There are some great holiday activities in the area. Just down the road is the Carew Castle with its resident knight and nearby tidel mill. The stunning beaches of the south Pembrokeshire coast are just a short drive away and the picaresque seaside town of Tenby less then 20 minutes drive.
Summer Holiday in Pembrokeshire
March 2nd 2019
I cannot recommend the stunning beaches of the south Pembrokeshire coast more, from bubbling beaches on the promenade of picturesque seaside villages, to isolated serenity in the shape of small sandy coves that you can only reach by foot, you have the opportunity to craft your own favorite summer holiday!
Lawrenny Hostel provides great value self catering accommodation in the quiet estuary-side village of Lawrenny near to Tenby. There are some great holiday activities in the area. Just down the road is the Carew Castle with its resident knight and nearby tidel mill. The stunning beaches of the south Pembrokeshire coast are just a short drive away and the picaresque seaside town of Tenby less then 20 minutes drive. To see the location of Lawrenny Hostel and other places to stay in South Pembrokshire look here.
January 14th 2018
Walk in the prime of Lawrenny’s countryside and take in the best of the Estuary’s views.
‘The Loop’ is one of the many scenic walks around Lawrenny Millennium Hostel, but has to be the best for taking in the stunning views of the Estuary. Set in the prime of Lawrenny’s countryside, soak up nature as you walk through the bliss of this gentle, three-mile circular walk.