Pembrokeshire Beaches Weekend

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Hostels and Bunkhouses
Jan 28

28 people attending

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Event booking closes on Mar 10 at 17:00:00
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8-11 miles5-8 hours

NEW DATE! - Friday 28th January 2022!

We've managed to secure this hostel at an amazingly low price - a great chance to visit this stunning area at low cost! Even better when you consider it's one of the best placed hostels you'll ever find, with a wow-factor of (at least!) 11/10! 

Our hostel is is set in five acres of stunning grounds overlooking a golden sanded Blue Flag beach and the Teifi Esturary; which is occasionally visited by seals, porpoises and even bottlenose dolphins. 

The hostel, perched above the dunes at one end of the Pembrokeshire coast path with stunningly good walks, cycle routes and even surfing spots within a stones throw. On the inside, this former inn is a thoroughly modern hostel is cosy and bright - making it the perfect late Summer get away from the madness of real life. 

So come along for a weekend of friends, fresh air and relaxation with OutdoorLads friends old and new!

Why not use the messaging section below to arrange lifts with other members and car share?

We have a linked day walk for people who live closer and would like to join us!

I have roughly plotted the walk on OS Maps for anyone who wants to have a look. This route may change on the day depending on weather, interest and requests. Along the coast path getting some spectacular views and a good dose of fresh sea air, before we turn inland and explore wooded vales and the remains of a motte and bailey, down for a swift fizzy water at the Webley before we meander along the path to Poppit Sand beach and back up to the hostel. The walk should be about 10-11 miles. 

Dogs: This event is not suitable for dogs. 

Image credits: Images 1, 2 & 4 - Poppit Sands Hostel © YHA England and WalesImage 5 © Copyright Richard Law and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence. All other images provided by ODL members (Simon Hawthorn, Paul Ridealgh and Craig Owen) and permission is granted to OutdoorLads for their use



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