Just 20 metres from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

Guaranteed to feed your soul

Temple Bar Inn is located in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park and looks out over one of the most ruggedly beautiful views you will see anywhere in the world. Attracting international visitors from every point of the compass, the local area features the start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. It's a trail that's guaranteed to feed your soul if you love nature and is considered by many ramblers to be the third best walk in the world.

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Great view and fantastic facilities

A warm welcome to:

  • Families including children
  • Dog owners with well behaved dogs
  • Coach parties (pre-booking advised to assure parking close by)
  • Locals from Amroth and the surrounding area


Temple Bar Inn has a large patio area facing directly onto the beach so you can soak up the ever changing scenery of the beachfront

Cosy inside, the large back bar boasts games including air hockey, table football, bar billiards and pool, great fun for keeping the kids entertained as well as the grown ups!

High chairs available for younger visitors

We can accommodate a total of up to 200 people

Spotless rest rooms

Free fast internet access

Delicious Food -

Serving up great value for holidaymakers and locals

A free house, we offer a range of beers including competitively priced Carlsberg

Cooked breakfasts served from 7am - 9pm

Great pub food with a main meal and drinks for 4 costing just a snip under £25

A menu with seasonal additions to accompany perennial favourites such as pizza

Whippy ice cream dispensing a taste of summer - in cones or as a dessert treat

Our family friendly inn is located in Amroth, a pretty village on the southernmost tip of Pembrokeshire, close to the opening of the Coastal Path . To be precise we are at 51*43’ 53N. 4*39’ 48W - the perfect pit stop to relax, refuel and drink in the surroundings, whether you are at the start or finish of your journey.

Just 20 metres from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and 8 miles from Tenby, the Temple Bar Inn has a wealth of history surrounding it - a winning combination of a stunning beach, nearby wood, gardens and an open air theatre during the summer months. Although no longer in use, Amroth’s mining heritage can also be seen in the legacy tramway and mines that remain in the vicinity.