Tavernspite is a small village about 6 miles southeast of Narberth in Pembrokeshire, southwest Wales. It stands close to the Pembrokeshire/ Carmarthenshire county border on the B4314 between Narberth and Pendine and stands some 3 miles (as the crow flies) from the beaches at Amroth.
The village has a pub/restaurant, school, community centre, garden centre with restaurant as well as a caravan site/holiday park with a clubhouse. Tavernspite is seen as a very nice place to live with its central location to Haverfordwest and Carmarthen for work and close proximity to the coast for leisure.
The village is believed to be named after Tafarn Ysbyty (Hospice Tavern), the sole building at the site in the 18th century. It was believed to have been a hospice for pilgrims to St David's built by Whitland Abbey monks.
Walks, Cycle Trails and Other Activities
The Landsker Borderlands Trail (96 km / 60 miles), a way-marked long distance footpath, passes through the village of Tavernspite. The route explores the rural area on the Pembrokeshire/Carmarthenshire border from Llanboidy and Efailwen in the north via Canaston Bridge on the Daugleddau to Landshipping and Lawrenny in the south.
The beaches at Tenby, Saundersfoot, Amroth and Pendine are within easy driving distance of the village.
The village has a pub/restaurant, school, community centre, garden centre with restaurant as well as a caravan site/holiday park with a clubhouse. The Alpha Inn receives excellent reviews –“delicious home cooked food, excellent friendly service and good value for money. Great family run local pub”
Accommodation and Services
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