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Penbryn Beach

Penbryn Beach

Penbryn Beach is owned by the National Trust and is approximately 1 mile long at low tide. Parking is at a small P&D car park which has toilets and cycle stands. Next to the car park is Penbryn Beach cafe which has outdoor seating and serves teas, coffees, light lunches and cream teas. Access to the beach from the car park is a 500 yard walk down a leafy lane which ends in a turning area, enabling less able passengers to be dropped off. For a more scenic (and strenuous) route, a path leads into the woods at the rear of the car park following the river Hoffnant down the steep-sided valley known as Cwm Lladron or Robber's Valley - a reference to its history of smuggling.

The beach is sand and some pebbles with a few small caves, and backed by high wooded cliffs. It is good for swimming, surfing, sunbathing and is a popular place for star-gazing at night. At low tide it is possible to walk to Tresaith. Dogs are not allowed anywhere on the beach from 1st May to 30th September.

Cave at Penbryn
Cave at Penbryn
Penbryn Beach from the coastal path
Penbryn Beach from the coastal path
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