Experience the joy of Pembrokeshire from YHA Manorbier – a quirky ex-Ministry of Defence building with two stunning beaches on the doorstep. This cliff-top location is perfect for activity groups and school trips, boasting refurbished social spaces and handy free Wi-Fi. The hostel has an area that can be used as a classroom or meeting room, and we’re surrounded by fields and natural beauty.
Hungry students and adventurers can look forward to group catering for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You’ll see local Welsh ales at our fully licensed bar too – perfect for enjoying in our grounds while admiring the sea view. There’s also a games room and TV to keep everyone entertained.
Pembrokeshire is packed with things to do, whether you’re studying the history of our area or getting active with climbing and watersports. Walk along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to vibrant Tenby, visit the splendid Manorbier Castle, or try fun attractions like Folly Farm and Heatherton World of Adventures. Not to mention the two gorgeous beaches just down the cliff from us.
Why Groups love YHA Manorbier
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Learning Outside the Classroom
YHA is at the top of the class for educational visits. We have been awarded a
Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) Award at 74 of our Youth Hostels
across England and Wales.
For more information about the Learning Outside the Classroom Awards,
please visit the Learning Outside the Classroom website.
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How to get here
By car and coach:
From Tenby follow the A4139 to Pembroke. Turn left at the junction to Manorbier onto the B4585. By Skrinkle Housing Estate and bus shelter turn left, this is signposted to the hostel and also the Royal Artillary range. Pass the children’s playground on your right and on the mini roundabout go straight on. By the artillary base turn left and the hostel is on the end of that road.