Crunwere (Welsh: Cronwern - also written Crunwear and Cronwere) is a hamlet and parish in Pembrokeshire, Wales. It is situated 3 km north of the Carmarthen Bay coast, 8 km north-east of Saundersfoot. The parish includes the villages of Llanteg 51°45′43″N, 4°38′10″W and Llanteglos 51°45′19″N, 4°38′43″W. Together with the parish of Amroth, it constitutes the community of Amroth.
The Welsh name means "round alder swamp": the English form is a corruption of the Welsh. Part of Little England beyond Wales, although close to the Pembrokeshire language frontier, it has been predominantly English-speaking for centuries.
The parish had an area of 689 Ha. Its census populations were: 191 (1801): 289 (1851): 188 (1901): 160 (1951): 164 (1981)
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