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Coppet Hall Beach








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Food & Toilets


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Coppet Hall Beach is a golden sandy beach that has ample room for beach games at low tide and great spots for rock pooling and crabbing.

Coppet Hall Beach is great for fishing, sailing, swimming, bathing, and windsurfing. Paddleboards, kayaks, wetsuits, and even bike hire are also available onsite with Pembrokeshire Paddle Boarding, which runs lessons/tours in Paddleboarding, kids clubs, charity events, and much more.

Coppet Hall Beach

Along the top of the beach, running through the car park, the old tramway tunnels run both east and west.

You can walk through the tunnels to Saundersfoot Village and harbour or in the opposite direction to Wisemans Bridge beach and the Wisemans Bridge Inn.

There is a large, well-organised Pay and Display and overflow car park, privately run, next to the beach, though it’s advisable to have change with you to pay. Please also note there are height restrictions on the entrance.

Coppet Hall Beach Car Park Saundersoot

You can access the sand from the main steps in front of the Beach Centre.

The Hean Castle Estate developed the Beach Centre, which involved constructing a new landmark building containing a restaurant, watersports retail and activity centre, and contemporary public conveniences, complemented by the provision of family changing spaces and external beach showers.

Since no trip to the beach is complete without ice cream, call in at the kiosk – they also sell hot drinks.

Coppet Hall Beach Car Park

The development was designed to allow visitors to enjoy the views from the panoramic windows of the new restaurant stretching across Carmarthen Bay whilst not compromising its setting in the wooded landscape surrounding Coppet Hall or its Blue Flag beach.

At low tide, you can walk left to Amroth Beach via Wisemans Bridge Beach or the tunnels or right; you can get all the way around to Monkstone Beach, crossing Saundersfoot Beach and Glen Beach. Remember to check our tide timetable at the bottom of our home page before setting out.

Make the most of your holiday with your pooch on Coppet Hall Beach.

Ah, Coppet Hall Beach: a place of sandy bliss and stunning sea views. It’s the perfect spot to spend a summer day…unless you’re a dog. Unfortunately, canines are not allowed on the beach between 1st May and 30th September. This is to keep the environment clean and safe for everyone. Dogs must also be kept on a lead in the harbour and promenade areas for the same reason. So, if you’re planning on spending a day at Coppet Hall Beach with your furry friend, you’ll have to wait until the off-season. We hope you understand and enjoy your summer days at Coppet Hall Beach!

If you’re heading to Coppet Hall Beach for a day of sun, sea and sand, don’t forget to download the Pay by Phone app before you go.

That way, you can top up your parking without having to worry about getting back to your car. And with the app, it’s easy to extend your stay if you want to stay a while longer.