Lawrenny Hostel

is a great base for launching into everything Pembrokeshire has to offer! It sleeps more than 20 people and has great facilities too. Once a Victorian Village School, the Lawrenny Hostel is superbly placed for all the jewels of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

There’s walking, boating, birdwatching and village life on your doorstep and you’re very close to many of Pembrokeshire’s top family attractions including Oakwood, Folly Farm and the new Blue Lagoon waterworld plus of course the wonderful beaches of South Pembrokeshire.

The Hostel sleeps 19 to 22 and all bedrooms have wash basins. There are plenty of washing facilities too. There is a separate well-equipped kitchen and parking. Groups are welcome and the whole hostel can be hired for holidays, training courses and events. The adjoining hall is available to rent with seating for up to 60 for conferences, meetings or parties.


The Millennium Hostel is a converted Victorian school in the heart of the Lawrenny.  The hostel is the perfect base for exploring Pembrokeshire and taking advantage of the wide variety of landscapes and activities in the area.

The hostel is warm, clean and comfortable, with modern facilities.  We have 20 beds in 5 rooms, all of which can be reserved as family rooms if required. There’s a large open plan kitchen and eating area, and a comfortable living room.


The hostel is run as a trust with any profit going to benefit the community of Lawrenny.

On a day to day basis the hostel is run by Laura Lort-Phillips who also handles bookings and administration.

Outside there is a patio area with seating, and a double barbeque looking onto the open countryside.