Stepaside, United Kingdom

Travel to Stepaside

Stepaside is a village six miles north of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, in the community and parish of Amroth. The population in the 2011 census was 619. Once home to both coal and iron mines, it is now a holiday hamlet with a few houses and caravan parks. The Stepaside Heritage Park is situated on the road between it and Wisemans Bridge. Nearby towns and villages include Kilgetty and Amroth.

Information signs at Stepaside state that Stepaside got its name when Oliver Cromwell and his army passed through on their way to Pembroke. Cromwell is reported to have asked people in his way to step aside.




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