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Amroth (Welsh: Amroth or Llanrhath) is village and holiday resort in Pembrokeshire.


Get in[edit]

18 miles south west of Carmarthen off the A477

The 351 bus can be used from Pendine, Saundersfoot and Tenby.

Get around[edit]







There are a number of guest houses and caravan holiday parks in the area.

  • 1 Amroth Castle, +44 1834 813217. A unique and spectacular holiday destination, Amroth Castle occupies spacious, green grounds right where the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park meets the sparkling sands and inviting waters of Amroth Beach. The castle itself is a grand 18th century house built on the site of Amroth's original Norman fortress.
  • 2 Mellieha Guest House, Amroth SA67 8NA, +44 1834 811581. Quiet comfy B&B near coast. No children under 12, assistance dogs only. B&B double £100.


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