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Coppet Hall

Coppet Hall is a tiny place between Saundersfoot and Wiseman's Bridge. It has a hotel and toilets, but there are three bigger attractions.

Firstly, the sandy beach joins up with the adjacent and bigger beach at Saundersfoot, Secondly, there is a very large car park (not free) which makes it a great place to park when there are limited spaces in Saundersfoot itself. Lastly, old railway tunnels have been turned into short footpaths to Wiseman's Bridge in the east and Saundersfoot in the west.

Dogs are not permitted on the beach during the summer.

Called Coalpit Hall in the 19th century, Coppet Hall was where sailing boats moored to take away coal, mined at nearby St Issel's Church and Stepaside.

The beach at Coppet Hall, Pembrokeshire
Part of the beach at Coppet Hall. To the right is the start of Saundersfoot's beach


Follow the sign to Saundersfoot from Wiseman's Bridge, or vice versa. Coppet Hall is about a mile east of Saundersfoot.


Wiseman's Bridge

More Pembrokeshire beaches

Walking the old tunnels



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