This walk follows public paths through Colby Woodland Garden, a National Trust property. It boasts one of the best collections of rhododendrons and azaleas in Wales, with bluebells and daffodils in spring, hydrangeas in summer and wonderful autumn colours.
The walk takes in Amroth, the beach which is at the very start (or finish!) of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. You then return though the woodland gardens – where you will find an excellent tearoom, an art and craft gallery and a walled garden to explore.
Download the full details here – for directions and a good map. The actual walk is just under 2 miles in total.
There is free parking at Colby, but an entrance fee to pay if you wish to explore the gardens. More about Colby here: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/colby-woodland-garden/
Distance from Manor Bedw: 11 miles