Lawrenny Village Hostel

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Welcome to Lawrenny Village Hostel

Set in the picturesque village of Lawrenny and surrounded by organic farmland, our hostel provides comfortable and simple accommodation. A relaxed and friendly base for your stay in Pembrokeshire, our five bedrooms sleeping a total of 22 people, can be booked as dormitories or private rooms whilst groups or larger parties can rent the whole hostel.

Lawrenny is at the heart of the ‘Secret Waterway’. Four rivers come together to form the Daugleddau estuary which meanders through the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Ancient hanging woodland drops down to tidal inlets, a patchwork of fields roll into the distance, and tree-covered lanes lead you to the beautiful beaches of south Pembrokeshire. If you want to be away from the hustle and bustle but within easy reach of the action then Lawrenny Hostel is the ideal location.

"Absolutely fabulous. Such a lovely hostel: warm, comfortable and so accommodating even for a large group."

1st June 2015, guest from Bristol




Hostel & Hall

Our five bedrooms are clean and comfortable. Beds are made up ready for you, so no need to bring a sleeping bag, and each room has a washbasin. The bathroom area has power showers, lavatories and more washbasins. There is also a drying room for when the sea, or the estuary, get the better of you and your clothes!

Downstairs there is an open plan sitting room and kitchen with plenty of sofas for taking a well-earned rest after a busy day enjoying the sights and sounds of the area. The kitchen is well equipped for all your self-catering needs, but if you don’t fancy cooking up a storm the Lawrenny Arms is just a 10 minute walk, or 2 minute drive away.

Outside we have a patio with a table and chairs and two picnic benches. There is also a double barbecue for those warm summer evenings when nothing will do but that char-grilled flavour for your sausages.

For groups you can also book the village hall – it has an adjoining door and is a great space for a party, extra running around room for children, or to run seminars or leisure courses.

There is a large car park to the rear of the hostel.

"Lovely hostel, with friendly staff!"

15th August 2014, guest from York








Rooms & Prices

Rooms

  • Room 1 Kingsize bed and set of bunkbeds
  • Room 2 Two sets of bunkbeds
  • Room 3 Two sets of bunkbeds
  • Room 4 Kingsize bed and set of bunkbeds
  • Room 5 Four sets of bunkbeds (soon to be kingsize bed and two sets of bunks)

Prices

Dormitory room
  • Adults : £16 per person
  • Rooms 1 & 4
  • Double only : £37 per room
  • Double plus bunks (child) : £50 per room
  • Sole occupancy Room 2 & 3
  • One person : £36 per person
  • Two people : £18 per person
  • Children 4-17 years : £10
  • Under 4 : free

Hire of the hostel as a whole : £250 per night
Hire of the village hall in conjunction with the hostel : £20 per day

Concessions

  • Students, Friends of Nature/Nature Friends/Naturfreunde £1 discount

"Very welcoming :-) + french speaker if needed"

8th June 2015, guest from Bristol






Where We Are & Things To Do

There are some beautiful walks around Lawrenny, starting with ‘The Loop’. This 3 mile walk takes in the best of the countryside and estuary views and can be done in either direction, although we prefer finishing at the Quayside Tearooms with one of their delicious cakes or a spot of lunch!

The waters around Lawrenny are perfect for kayaking. You can bring your own equipment, or rent all you need from local suppliers. Spend your time exploring up and down river, stopping at scenic points along the way. A particular favourite with vistors and locals alike is the Cresselly Arms at Cresswell Quay. A magical spot for an evening drink when the tide is high.

Below is our contact details, a map of where we are and a list with of things to do and see nearby.

Name - Lawrenny Hostel

Address - Lawrenny Village

Tel -

Web - http://www.lawrennyhostel.com

Parking - There is parking at the hostel


Contact - Laura Lort-Phillips

Name - Lawrenny Village Hostel

Address - Lawrenny Village, Pembrokeshire, SA68 0PW

Tel - 01646 651270

Email -hostel@lawrennyhostel.com

Parking - There is parking at the hostel


Beaches
Tenby
Freshwater East
Newgale
Watwick
West Angle Bay

Entertainment
Heatherton
Anna’s Welsh Zoo
Clerkenhill Adventure Farm
The Dinosaur Park

Activities
Surfing
Kite-surfing
Coasteering
Kayaking
Horse-riding
Karting
Sailing
Paddleboarding
Boat trips to Skomer Island, Caldey Island

Gardens, Castles & Cathedrals
Picton Castle & Gardens
Colby Woodland Garden
Upton Castle Gardens
Stackpole Walled Gardens
Carew Castle
Pembroke Castle
Manorbier Castle
St Davids Cathedral & the Bishop’s Palace



For The Village By The Village

The hostel was originally a village school, with pupils walking from up to 2 miles away, but in 1965, due to dwindling numbers the school was closed. The building was then given to the community to be used as a village hall. In the late 1990s, with the aid of Millennium Lottery funding, the hostel was created. Initially a part of the YHA, and run in conjunction with the Princes Trust, the hostel was taken back in hand and now is overseen by a group of trustees, with profits benefitting the community.

Lawrenny is a friendly and cohesive village, so much so that we also have a community shop. Run by Roger and Kate, and manned by a faithful band of volunteers the shop really does cater for almost every need. From a wide range of food to household goods, clothing to gifts, there’s something for everyone.

"The hostel is situated in fantastic location for walking. Lawrenny is a lovely quiet part of Pembrokeshire where you can enjoy getting away from it all."

18th March 2014, guest from Cardiff