Begelly is a village in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. The village is situated on the A478 road 3 km, 2 miles, North West of Saundersfoot.
Begelly has a bakery, two garages, a pub and restaurant - the Begelly Arms - and last but not least St Mary's Church.
Begelly is sandwiched between two of Wales's most popular walking trails – the Landsker Borderlands Trail and the Pembrokeshire section of the Wales Coastal Path. The village lies one mile south of the Landsker Borderlands Trail and 3 km, 2 miles, from the Welsh coastline and the Wales Coastal Path.
The 13th Century St Mary's Church, Begelly, is one of Pembrokeshire's hidden gems, yet with Pembrokeshire's tallest church tower – it's not that well hidden! The church is a Grade 2 listed building and is a focal point of the community greeting hundreds of thousands of tourists at the gateway to Pembrokeshire every year. However, time has taken its toll since the last restoration in the 1880s and visitors to the old church might wish to contribute to the restoration fund.