Coppet Hall

Photo: Pembrokeshire County Council

Coppet Hall can be a great place for an evening fishing session, rockpooling, cycling and enjoying the sun.

Dog friendly?
Seasonal dog restrictions apply to the west of the beach (Saundersfoot) between May-September. The area from Coppet Hall east has no restrictions in place. There is a responsibility for dog owners to clean up after their dogs on the whole of this site.

Getting there
You can get to Coppet by bike with the Celtic Trail passing through the nearby Saundersfoot. There is also a local cycle route passing the beach. The beach is part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail. Access to the beach is via a narrow path from the car park. By caryou can reach Coppet on the B4316 just off the A477. Paid car parking is available right next to the beach with space for approx 100 cars.

Site description
A sandy beach with pebbles at the high tide line. Like the other beaches in this area, it has good views of the Gower Peninsula on a clear day. Coppet Hall can get quite busy in summer, as there’s parking directly above the beach. There is a nice flat area for beach games at low tide and rock pools to explore at the east end of the beach.

There are toilets including facilities for the disabled. There is a hotel serving refreshments next to the beach while all other facilities can be found a walk away in Saundersfoot. Litter bins are provided. Please help keep Coppet beautiful and use the facilities.

Pembrokeshire County Council Bathing Water Byelaws apply to the whole area off this beach.

Source: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park



Dog Friendly: Yes
Blue Flag: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: No



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