If you’re visiting Pembrokeshire’s coast this summer, you’ll be pleased to know bus services are running. However, the levels of the service have been reduced because of COVID-19.

If you want to travel to or along Pembrokeshire’s coast by bus, it’s important to check Pembrokeshire County Council’s website for the latest timetable information.

Plan your journeys

Some bus services are operating on a pre-book basis only to ensure there’s enough room on the vehicles for social distancing.

The days the buses operate have been reduced, and while most of the services are still operating fixed timetables, they’re also running less often than they were before the coronavirus.

Face coverings

From Monday (27 July), it will be compulsory for you to wear a face covering when you travel on public transport in Wales. This measure is being introduced to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Book your Pembrokeshire escape

At St Brides Bay Cottages, we offer a tempting range of coastal holiday cottages in St Davids, Solva, Newgale, Porthgain and Pwllderi

Book a seaside break with us and you’ll soon be exploring our sandy beaches, idyllic harbour villages and scenic coast path.

You can choose between a fine selection of self-catering properties, from stylish apartments and cosy cottages to large, luxurious holiday homes.

To book your Pembrokeshire cottage break or find out more, call our friendly team today on 01437 720027 or email: 

For the latest bus timetable information, click here.

Pembrokeshire coast bus service update
Pembrokeshire coast bus service update