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About Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is wild and beautiful, with a dramatic coastline scoured by glaciers and spiking with limestone stacks. Which alternate with peaceful, sandy coves, behind which are charming ports and some wonderfully atmospheric castles. Some of the best places to stay in Pembrokeshire can be found in these pretty ports, and some in the castles - there are some fantastic castle conversions.

Pembrokeshire’s coast is so beautiful that it’s had national park status bestowed upon it, and the park covers about a third of the county, including the whole 299km stretch of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, and the Preseli Hills. The Preseli Hills are an area of high moorland, largely used for sheep farming, but also the location of some important prehistoric sites - this is probably where the bluestones used in Stonehenge came from. Pembrokeshire’s beaches are often winning aways for being clean and lovely. And they make a fantastic backdrop for walking, surfing, sailing, sea-kayaking and admiring the marine life. Pembrokeshire also has a number of charming little islands off the coast. And a quite an impressive number of shipwrecks - including a famous Viking wreck, which is just off The Smalls.

The interior is wild and beautiful too, with a number of impressive pre-Celtic and Celtic sites as well as the castles, and charming St. Davids - which is the UK’s smallest city, but a fairly special one, closely associated with Wales’ patron saint, and home to his spectacular cathedral.

Pembroke was the founding town, and has a number of historic buildings and, Pembroke Castle, where Henry Tudor - who became Henry VII, was born. Tenby is a popular centre too, with its medieval walls and elegant seaside, Fishguard is where you catch the ferry to Ireland from.

What not to Miss

  • The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with its cliffs and beaches and views and islands, and marshes and forests. It includes the beautiful and historic Preseli Hills, the Daugleddau estuary, St. Bride’s Bay and Caldey Island. Expect to be frequently surprised and impressed by what nature is capable of.
  • The Preseli Hills get a second mention, because this is where you’ll find the impressive neolithic burial site, Pentre Ifan, which is around 5500 years old, and so impressive for it, with a vast, five metre long capstone atop three upright stones - which look just like those of Stonehenge.
  • Charming St. Davids is the UK’s smallest city, but it has a cathedral - and what a magnificent, 12th century cathedral - so it qualifies. Wales’ patron saint was both born and buried here and it’s been a place of pilgrimage for 1500 years.
  • Pretty pastel, seaside Tenby with its Georgian mansions and Norman-built walls.
  • Pembroke Castle - home to the Earls of Pembroke for almost 400 years and where Henry Tudor was born. You can walk on the walls all the way from tower to tower, and there are some very colourful exhibits telling the castle’s story.
  • St. Bride’s Bay with its wildlife rich islands of Skomer, Grassholm and Skokholm. If you want to see puffins, guillemots and Manx shearwaters, then this is the place to come. Skomer also has a grey seal population.
  • Castell Henllys, a reconstructed Celtic village, built on its own skeleton, is a wonderful place to experience history, with costumed folk bringing the whole place to life and performing traditional crafts etc.. It was excavated and reconstructed over the course of 27 years by archaeological students from all over the world, and supervised by the University of York.

The Best Places to Stay in Pembrokeshire

For Something Special

  • Roch Castle Hotel was built in the 12th century. And from the outside it still looks like a castle. But inside it’s sleek and stylish, with six very comfortable rooms. Adults only, sorry. But if you’re spending your time visiting castles it would be pretty special to stay in one.

For a Country Retreat

  • Set in 600 acres of its own farmland, right up against the Pembrokeshire coast, Crug-Glas is a luxurious, seven room boutique hotel with stunning views and a fantastic family-run restaurant.
  • Jabajack is a restaurant with eight rooms, set on its own vineyard. The unique restaurant is spread throughout the farm, with four different locations - it sounds inconvenient, but it’s certainly worth a visit even if you don’t stay overnight.
  • The Stackpole Inn is a delightful country inn with just four rooms and a restaurant serving some of the best food for miles around. The decor is elegant but simple and the rooms start from just £90 per night.

Great Places to Stay in Medieval Tenby

  • Penally Abbey is a Victorian beauty turned 11 room, family-friendly boutique hotel. The views over the beach and the water are wonderful, and the rooms and suites have been recently refurbished in a classically luxurious style, taking advantage of plenty of original features. The restaurant is well-regarded too.
  • The Broadmead is a 15 room, boutique B&B on the outskirts of town. Surrounded by pretty gardens and rural views, this is a charming spot from which to explore the region. The rooms have been individually styled, with nice original features and luxurious bathrooms.
  • Close to the coast, Trefloyne Manor is a lovely, country hotel with 12 elegant rooms and beautiful views from private balconies. Here you’re well located for walking trails along the scenic Pembrokeshire coast. Rooms start from around £110 per night.

A Coastal Jaunt in Saundersfoot

  • St Brides Spa Hotel overlooks Saundersfoot Harbour, and its great Cliff Restaurant is known for serving up fish fresh off the boat. There are 34 rooms, with simple, neutral tones and modern furnishings. This is a great spot for exploring the coast.
  • If you’re looking for somewhere quiet and relatively secluded, then Stoney Bridge, a luxurious, four room B&B converted from a large house, might be perfect for you. There’s plenty of light and indulgent bathrooms - ideal if you’re planning a lot of walking.

Or see the wild coast by St. Davids?

  • Overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast, the Twr Y Felin Hotel is a chic, contemporary hotel cleverly converted from a 19th century-built windmill. The decor is quite sleek and metallic, and the art is modern, making this a stylishly modern coastal retreat. With 21 rooms.
  • The Penrhiw Hotel has been converted from a 19th century-built vicarage just outside St. Davids. There are just seven stylish rooms, and a five star level of service.

Narberth: Great for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

  • The Grove, Narberth is a grand old Welsh farmhouse, beautifully restored and converted into a 12 room hotel. There are great views and the location is excellent.
  • The Plas Farmhouse B&B is an historic farmhouse on the outskirts of Narberth overlooking a beautiful, rural scene. There are just three simply dressed rooms, which are light and comfortable, with crisp, white linen and cast iron beds. Close to town and country.

The Best Places to Stay in Pembrokeshire for Families

  • Canaston Oaks is a collection of seven comfortably converted farm stables, with all the mod. cons. and great local facilities. It’s peaceful and has plenty of charm too.

The Best Places to Stay in Pembrokeshire for Great Value

  • 32 Townhouse in Narberth, is a charming hotel with just eight plush rooms, plus an excellent restaurant and atmospheric bar. The location is excellent and rooms start from around £85 per night.
  • St. Katharine’s House is a charming, B&B with just two bedrooms, in the small but pretty coastal town of Milford Haven. The decor is traditional, with patterned wallpaper, large windows, antiques and open fireplaces.

For an Apartment or Villa

  • If you’d prefer to stay in an apartment or private property we recommend you visit our online partner, booking.com.

Travel Information

  • Pembrokeshire doesn’t have a big airport, it has a small one, Haverfordwest, which has very limited connections. So, if you’re flying you’re better off coming in to Cardiff Airport. Pembrokeshire doesn’t even have a motorway, and is served in a rather limited capacity by rail, with lines running to Pembroke Dock, Milford Haven and Fishguard. You might consider arriving by ferry to, into Fishguard or Pembroke.
  • If you’re thinking about hiring a car we recommend checking what our online partners, Rentalcars have to offer.
  • Most visitors come to Pembrokeshire for the summer, which is sunnier and warm-ish, with temperatures in July and August hitting 19 or 20°C most days.

Still not sure which is the best place to stay in Pembrokeshire for you?

See all » 4 hotels in Narberth

  • The Grove, Narberth 12 rooms from £150

    Narberth (Molleston)

    Family friendly grand Welsh farmhouse, beautifully restored with excellent food, located just outside Narberth with its wide range of boutiques and galleries.

    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Great walks  -  Ideally placed to explore the Pembrokeshire coast.
    Traditional
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape, Good Hotel Guide
    Check prices
  • Plas Farmhouse B&B 3 rooms from £80

    Narberth

    A historic farmhouse located on the outskirts of Narberth overlooking beautiful countryside. Simply dressed rooms are light and comfortable with white-washed walls, crisp white linen and cast iron beds. Offering the best of both worlds with access to the charming town and pretty countryside.

    Country Escape  -  A charming country house surrounded by stunning countryside.
    Great walks  -  Take long walks throungh the pretty Preseli Hills.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the nearby ruins of Llawhaden Castle.
    Restrictions on children  -  Not suitable for young children
    Check prices

See all » 3 hotels in St Davids

  • Twr y Felin Hotel 21 rooms from £210

    St Davids (Tyddewi)

    A wonderful hotel overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast. Set in a restored 19th century windmill, the hotel's design is chic and contemporary. The rooms are sleek and urbane with metallic colour schemes. Local and international modern art pervades throughout this stylish coastal retreat.

    Honeymoons  -  This elegant and extraordinary hotel boasts a two floored circular windmill suite- perfect for a honeymoon to remember.
    Birdwatching  -  Make the most of the great sea birdwatching along the Pembrokeshire coast.
    Sights nearby  -  Roch Castle is only four miles away and well worth checking out.
    Great walks  -  There are ample walks along the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast.
    Recommended by  -  Johansens
    Check prices
  • Penrhiw Hotel 7 rooms from £129

    St Davids (Haverfordwest)

    Excellent luxury hotel set in a 19th century vicarage just outside St. Davids. The stylish rooms are comfortable and spacious with fashionable furnishings and artwork. Perfect for people who are interested in exploring the Pembrokeshire coast with its stunning cliffs, wildlife and beaches.

    Birdwatching  -  Nearby Ramsay Island is great for watching seabirds.
    Great walks  -  Stunning walks around the St David's Peninsula.
    Sights nearby  -  Three miles from Roch Castle.
    5* Luxury  -  Very high service standards.
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See all » 3 hotels in Tenby

  • The Broadmead 15 rooms from £110

    Tenby

    A boutique B&B on the outskirts of pretty Tenby and surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens. Individually styled rooms are just the right balance of traditional and contemporary with feature wallpaper, indulgent bathrooms and exposed beams. A charming spot from which to explore the region.

    Local exploring  -  Perfectly located on the outskirts of Tenby to explore the historic town and enjoy the surrounding countryside.
    Great walks  -  Discover the magnificent bays and spectacular headlands of the only coastal National Park in Britain.
    Sights nearby  -  Pembrokeshire has six impressive castles to visit.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Check prices
  • Trefloyne Manor 12 rooms from £110

    Tenby

    A lovely country hotel, set on the Pembrokeshire coast. The rooms are elegant and spacious with tasteful furnishings and excellent balcony views. In the summer, delicious home cooked food can be enjoyed on the veranda. Explore the beautiful surrounding National Park or go for a round of golf.

    Business meetings  -  With excellent conference facilities and a business centre, it's perfect for a business trip in the Welsh countryside.
    Country Escape  -  A cosy and enchanting spot from which to explore the south Pembrokeshire coast.
    Sights nearby  -  This is castle country with Tenby Castle, Carew Castle and Manorbier Castle all closeby.
    Great walks  -  Excellent walking in the surrounding Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
    Check prices

See all » 2 hotels in Saundersfoot

  • Stoney Bridge 4 rooms from £115

    Saundersfoot

    A luxury B&B located in a secluded spot in the pretty Pembrokeshire countryside. A handful of coastal inspired rooms are chic and contemporary with white-washed walls, plenty of light and indulgent bathrooms. A tranquil, adult only, property ideal from which to explore the region.

    Country Escape  -  A quiet spot ideal for exploring the local countryside and coast.
    Sights nearby  -  Discover any of Pembrokeshire's six impressive castles.
    Great walks  -  Take long walks along the famous coastal path.
    Restrictions on children  -  Adult only
    Check prices
  • St Brides Spa Hotel 34 rooms from £165

    Saundersfoot

    A charming spa hotel overlooking Saundersfoot Harbour. The simple and chic rooms are come with modern furnishings and neutral tones. The Cliff Restaurant serves up fresh fish straight off the boat and local farm produce. Miles of beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline to explore.

    Spa
    Great walks  -  The 186 mile Pembrokeshire coast is ideal for walking, with golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife.
    Sights nearby  -  Pembroke Castle, Oakwood and Heatherton are all within range.
    Swimming Pool  -  Heated spa pool.
    Check prices

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  • Hammet House 14 rooms from £120

    Cardigan, Pembrokeshire

    Luxury boltholt with great food close to Cardigan

    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
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  • Jabajack 8 rooms from £117

    Whitland, Pembrokeshire

    A restaurant with rooms set within its own vineyard in a picturesque part of Wales. Simply styled rooms benefit from plenty of natural light, soft hues and dark wooden furniture. The unique restaurant spans four venues across the farm and is worthy of a visit alone.

    Foodies  -  Sample local Welsh produce in the restaurant boasting four unique destinations for dining.
    Great walks  -  Take long walks through the pristine countryside and along the picturesque coastal path.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Laugharne house, the inspirational home of Dylan Thomas.
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
    Check prices
  • St Katharine's House 2 rooms from £90

    Pembrokeshire

    A charming two bedroom B&B in the small coastal town of Milford Haven. Traditionally dressed rooms feature antique furniture, patterned wallpaper, open fireplaces and large windows. Indulgent breakfasts are served and the property is ideally located for exploring the surrounding countryside.

    Total relaxation  -  A tranquil spot with acess to one of the most inspiring coastal national parks.
    Great walks  -  Take long walks along the rugged and picturesque coastline.
    Sights nearby  -  Make a trip to visit the picturesque St David's Cathedral.
    Birdwatching  -  Spot numerous birds at Bosherston lily ponds.
    Check prices
  • The Stackpole Inn 4 rooms from £90

    Pembroke, Pembrokeshire

    With delightful rooms and some of the best food for miles around served in the restaurant, The Stackpole Inn is a superb small hotel. With four elegant rooms, it's a great option for families looking to explore Pembrokeshire.

    Great walks  -  Wonderful walking routes can be found close by, coastal and rural.
    Birdwatching  -  The Pembrokeshire coast is home to an abundant bird population.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Pembroke Castle, only three miles from the inn.
    Full of character
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  • Canaston Oaks 7 rooms from £132

    Pembrokeshire

    Set in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, Canaston Oaks has a collection of converted traditional farm stables. Each room has a flat-screen TV, en suite bathroom, an iPod docking station, and free Wi-Fi. Plenty of good walks and the charming local town of Narbeth is just 3 miles away.

    Sights nearby  -  13-mile hill range is dotted with its own prehistoric sites and enlivened by craggy outcrops.
    Local markets  -  Visit a range of great food shops on the high street of Narberth
    Other Activities  -  On the doorstep of Oakwood Theme Park
    Learning  -  Visit the local Caffle brewery
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
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  • Llys Meddyg 'Doctor's Court' 9 rooms from £160

    Pembrokeshire

    Artistic, family-run restaurant with rooms situated on the Nevern estuary in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. With miles of coastline to explore you'll be glad of the comfy beds and locally sourced, beautifully cooked cuisine. Simple and effective.

    Foodies  -  The hotel offers a whole range of foraging and hunting courses, teaching you to find your own food and cook it.
    Local markets  -  See work in progress and browse the beautiful merchandise at the Melin Trewynt (Woollen Mill) and Blueberry Angoras.
    Cooking classes  -  Forage and feast courses, looking for and cooking the wild food of the Pembrokeshire countryside and seashore.
    Great walks  -  There are numerous walks along the Pembrokeshire Coastal path, just ask your hosts to advise you.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
    Check prices
  • Roch Castle Hotel 6 rooms from £170

    Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

    Perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the coast, the 12th century Roch Castle boasts sleek and stylish accommodation with en suite facilities. Spend your days on the beach before enjoying lovely dinners at the sister hotel. It's adults only, so an ideal spot for a romantic getaway.

    Sights nearby  -  Be sure to check out Carew Castle, Manorbier Castle, Haverfordwest Castle and St David's Cathedral
    Great walks  -  Enjoy long relaxing walks along the coast and marvel at the stunning sea views
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Check prices

See all » 4 hotels in Narberth

  • The Grove, Narberth 12 rooms from £150

    Narberth (Molleston)

    Family friendly grand Welsh farmhouse, beautifully restored with excellent food, located just outside Narberth with its wide range of boutiques and galleries.

    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Great walks  -  Ideally placed to explore the Pembrokeshire coast.
    Traditional
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape, Good Hotel Guide
    Check prices
  • Plas Farmhouse B&B 3 rooms from £80

    Narberth

    A historic farmhouse located on the outskirts of Narberth overlooking beautiful countryside. Simply dressed rooms are light and comfortable with white-washed walls, crisp white linen and cast iron beds. Offering the best of both worlds with access to the charming town and pretty countryside.

    Country Escape  -  A charming country house surrounded by stunning countryside.
    Great walks  -  Take long walks throungh the pretty Preseli Hills.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the nearby ruins of Llawhaden Castle.
    Restrictions on children  -  Not suitable for young children
    Check prices

See all » 3 hotels in St Davids

  • Twr y Felin Hotel 21 rooms from £210

    St Davids (Tyddewi)

    A wonderful hotel overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast. Set in a restored 19th century windmill, the hotel's design is chic and contemporary. The rooms are sleek and urbane with metallic colour schemes. Local and international modern art pervades throughout this stylish coastal retreat.

    Honeymoons  -  This elegant and extraordinary hotel boasts a two floored circular windmill suite- perfect for a honeymoon to remember.
    Birdwatching  -  Make the most of the great sea birdwatching along the Pembrokeshire coast.
    Sights nearby  -  Roch Castle is only four miles away and well worth checking out.
    Great walks  -  There are ample walks along the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast.
    Recommended by  -  Johansens
    Check prices
  • Penrhiw Hotel 7 rooms from £129

    St Davids (Haverfordwest)

    Excellent luxury hotel set in a 19th century vicarage just outside St. Davids. The stylish rooms are comfortable and spacious with fashionable furnishings and artwork. Perfect for people who are interested in exploring the Pembrokeshire coast with its stunning cliffs, wildlife and beaches.

    Birdwatching  -  Nearby Ramsay Island is great for watching seabirds.
    Great walks  -  Stunning walks around the St David's Peninsula.
    Sights nearby  -  Three miles from Roch Castle.
    5* Luxury  -  Very high service standards.
    Check prices

See all » 3 hotels in Tenby

  • The Broadmead 15 rooms from £110

    Tenby

    A boutique B&B on the outskirts of pretty Tenby and surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens. Individually styled rooms are just the right balance of traditional and contemporary with feature wallpaper, indulgent bathrooms and exposed beams. A charming spot from which to explore the region.

    Local exploring  -  Perfectly located on the outskirts of Tenby to explore the historic town and enjoy the surrounding countryside.
    Great walks  -  Discover the magnificent bays and spectacular headlands of the only coastal National Park in Britain.
    Sights nearby  -  Pembrokeshire has six impressive castles to visit.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Check prices
  • Trefloyne Manor 12 rooms from £110

    Tenby

    A lovely country hotel, set on the Pembrokeshire coast. The rooms are elegant and spacious with tasteful furnishings and excellent balcony views. In the summer, delicious home cooked food can be enjoyed on the veranda. Explore the beautiful surrounding National Park or go for a round of golf.

    Business meetings  -  With excellent conference facilities and a business centre, it's perfect for a business trip in the Welsh countryside.
    Country Escape  -  A cosy and enchanting spot from which to explore the south Pembrokeshire coast.
    Sights nearby  -  This is castle country with Tenby Castle, Carew Castle and Manorbier Castle all closeby.
    Great walks  -  Excellent walking in the surrounding Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
    Check prices

See all » 2 hotels in Saundersfoot

  • Stoney Bridge 4 rooms from £115

    Saundersfoot

    A luxury B&B located in a secluded spot in the pretty Pembrokeshire countryside. A handful of coastal inspired rooms are chic and contemporary with white-washed walls, plenty of light and indulgent bathrooms. A tranquil, adult only, property ideal from which to explore the region.

    Country Escape  -  A quiet spot ideal for exploring the local countryside and coast.
    Sights nearby  -  Discover any of Pembrokeshire's six impressive castles.
    Great walks  -  Take long walks along the famous coastal path.
    Restrictions on children  -  Adult only
    Check prices
  • St Brides Spa Hotel 34 rooms from £165

    Saundersfoot

    A charming spa hotel overlooking Saundersfoot Harbour. The simple and chic rooms are come with modern furnishings and neutral tones. The Cliff Restaurant serves up fresh fish straight off the boat and local farm produce. Miles of beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline to explore.

    Spa
    Great walks  -  The 186 mile Pembrokeshire coast is ideal for walking, with golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife.
    Sights nearby  -  Pembroke Castle, Oakwood and Heatherton are all within range.
    Swimming Pool  -  Heated spa pool.
    Check prices

See all » Other hotels in Pembrokeshire

  • Hammet House 14 rooms from £120

    Cardigan, Pembrokeshire

    Luxury boltholt with great food close to Cardigan

    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Check prices
  • Jabajack 8 rooms from £117

    Whitland, Pembrokeshire

    A restaurant with rooms set within its own vineyard in a picturesque part of Wales. Simply styled rooms benefit from plenty of natural light, soft hues and dark wooden furniture. The unique restaurant spans four venues across the farm and is worthy of a visit alone.

    Foodies  -  Sample local Welsh produce in the restaurant boasting four unique destinations for dining.
    Great walks  -  Take long walks through the pristine countryside and along the picturesque coastal path.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Laugharne house, the inspirational home of Dylan Thomas.
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
    Check prices
  • St Katharine's House 2 rooms from £90

    Pembrokeshire

    A charming two bedroom B&B in the small coastal town of Milford Haven. Traditionally dressed rooms feature antique furniture, patterned wallpaper, open fireplaces and large windows. Indulgent breakfasts are served and the property is ideally located for exploring the surrounding countryside.

    Total relaxation  -  A tranquil spot with acess to one of the most inspiring coastal national parks.
    Great walks  -  Take long walks along the rugged and picturesque coastline.
    Sights nearby  -  Make a trip to visit the picturesque St David's Cathedral.
    Birdwatching  -  Spot numerous birds at Bosherston lily ponds.
    Check prices
  • The Stackpole Inn 4 rooms from £90

    Pembroke, Pembrokeshire

    With delightful rooms and some of the best food for miles around served in the restaurant, The Stackpole Inn is a superb small hotel. With four elegant rooms, it's a great option for families looking to explore Pembrokeshire.

    Great walks  -  Wonderful walking routes can be found close by, coastal and rural.
    Birdwatching  -  The Pembrokeshire coast is home to an abundant bird population.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Pembroke Castle, only three miles from the inn.
    Full of character
    Check prices
  • Canaston Oaks 7 rooms from £132

    Pembrokeshire

    Set in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, Canaston Oaks has a collection of converted traditional farm stables. Each room has a flat-screen TV, en suite bathroom, an iPod docking station, and free Wi-Fi. Plenty of good walks and the charming local town of Narbeth is just 3 miles away.

    Sights nearby  -  13-mile hill range is dotted with its own prehistoric sites and enlivened by craggy outcrops.
    Local markets  -  Visit a range of great food shops on the high street of Narberth
    Other Activities  -  On the doorstep of Oakwood Theme Park
    Learning  -  Visit the local Caffle brewery
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
    Check prices
  • Llys Meddyg 'Doctor's Court' 9 rooms from £160

    Pembrokeshire

    Artistic, family-run restaurant with rooms situated on the Nevern estuary in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. With miles of coastline to explore you'll be glad of the comfy beds and locally sourced, beautifully cooked cuisine. Simple and effective.

    Foodies  -  The hotel offers a whole range of foraging and hunting courses, teaching you to find your own food and cook it.
    Local markets  -  See work in progress and browse the beautiful merchandise at the Melin Trewynt (Woollen Mill) and Blueberry Angoras.
    Cooking classes  -  Forage and feast courses, looking for and cooking the wild food of the Pembrokeshire countryside and seashore.
    Great walks  -  There are numerous walks along the Pembrokeshire Coastal path, just ask your hosts to advise you.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
    Check prices
  • Roch Castle Hotel 6 rooms from £170

    Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

    Perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the coast, the 12th century Roch Castle boasts sleek and stylish accommodation with en suite facilities. Spend your days on the beach before enjoying lovely dinners at the sister hotel. It's adults only, so an ideal spot for a romantic getaway.

    Sights nearby  -  Be sure to check out Carew Castle, Manorbier Castle, Haverfordwest Castle and St David's Cathedral
    Great walks  -  Enjoy long relaxing walks along the coast and marvel at the stunning sea views
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Check prices