Welcome To Manorbier
Manorbier village lies in the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire in South West Wales. Lying West of Tenby and South East of Pembroke, Manorbier was once famously described as "the pleasantest place in Wales” by Giraldus Cambrensis, The Archdeacon of Brecon and historian of his time.
If sand and sea aren't your thing you can take a stunning walk along the cliffs which offer superb views of the church, castle, beach and some amazing Pembrokeshire countryside.
Manorbier is intersected by one of Wales' most famous walks the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Follow it eastward on its way to Tenby or westward along the stunning route to Swanlake Bay!
Visiting Manorbier takes you through the beautiful countryside of Pembrokeshire with its breath-taking views and staggering coastline. The village is noted for its impressive medieval castle and Norman church which both look over a beautiful, sheltered beach.