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The Millennium Hostel

Lawrenny Hostel is a great base for launching into everything Pembrokeshire has to offer! It sleeps more than 20 people and has great fac... Find Out More »

The Millennium Hostel
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Quayside Tearoom

Quayside Tearoom The multi award winning Quayside Tearoom on the point at Lawrenny Quay, is in a unique position with amazing waterside v... Find Out More »

Quayside Tearoom
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Lawrenny Arms

Lawrenny Arms The Lawrenny Arms (or Doghouse as it has been affectionately known by generations of local people), sits in one of the fine... Find Out More »

Lawrenny Arms
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Knowles Organic Farm – B&B

Knowles Farm is the perfect base from which to explore this stunning peninsula of Lawrenny. The seventeenth century farmhouse sits on a h... Find Out More »

Knowles Organic Farm – B&B
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Tedion Farm – Holiday Cottage

Tedion Cottage sleeps six and is on a beautiful working organic farm just outside Lawrenny. The traditional range in the kitchen keeps the ... Find Out More »

Tedion Farm – Holiday Cottage
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Lawrenny Village – The best village in Wales*

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Lawrenny is one of those villages that just works. It is not big (there are about 140 people living here) and its Pembrokeshire cottages wind along just three lanes that make up the village’s heart. bbq-group

The community is Lawrenny’s greatest boast. The gravitational draw of this dynamo of a village brings families living miles around into daily orbit: A sports club with two football and cricket teams, a waterside pub that you practically step off your boat into and a beautiful Norman church with weekly services and socials.

There’s a great deal more to Lawrenny naturally. It’s full of families young and old, and boasts many small thriving businesses, a 23 bed hostel, village hall, a successful shop and award winning tearooms. *No wonder it was voted Best Village in Wales in 2007-8.

Come and visit. There are plenty of places to stay and you’re always welcome.

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