Coppet Hall beach
A sandy beach with plenty of sand even at high tide. A wide flat area of sand is exposed at low tide, which is ideal for beach games. Rocky to the eastern end with rockpools.
The old tramway runs along the top of the beach with tunnels to both the east and west to Wisemans Bridge and Saundersfoot.
A voluntary dog ban applies to this beach between 1st May and the 30th September. The owners of the beach, Hean Castle Estate, realise the beach can get very busy with families and might not be the best beach to bring your dog in the height of summer.
If you’re planning to visit, check out the tide times to make sure you’ve plenty of beach to play on and that you don’t get cut off by the incoming tide!
Blue Flag Beach 2018 and Seaside Award (Resort) 2018
What's at Coppet Hall beach?
Large privately run car park next to the beach.
Coast restaurant situated at the eastern end of the beach takes top prizes for view. Built right on the edge of the beach it has great views across Carmarthen Bay. There is also a kiosk selling ice creams and hot drinks. Toilets.
Walk through the old tramway tunnels to Saundersfoot and all its facilities and accommodation.
- Car Park
- Disabled Toilets
- Green Coast Award
- Sandy Beach
- Sea Angling
- Seaside Award Beach