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The Grove of Narberth, Narberth, Pembrokeshire
This luxurious country-house hotel offers a tranquil retreat. With its charming setting, award-winning restaurant and spa facilities, impeccable service and stunning views of the Welsh countryside, it's the perfect destination for a romantic weekend getaway.
Rooms available from £170.64 per night
The hotel is in a peaceful, rural location, surrounded by 26 acres of grounds with views of the Preseli Hills in far distance. It's five minutes' drive to the market town of Narberth and, 15 minutes to the coast.
You're 20 minutes drive from Tenby, the liveliest resort in Pembrokeshire.
By car: around 2 hours from Cardiff, 4 hours from Birmingham and 5 hours from London. There is free parking on site.
By train: There are direct trains to Carmarthen Station from Cardiff Central (1 hour 45 minutes) and Manchester Picadilly (5 hours). The hotel is a 30-minute drive from Carmarthen Station. Book traisn to Carmarthen.
CHARACTER & STYLE
A huge amount of thought has been put into furnishing this beautiful country-house hotel. The building dates from the Jacobean period but Arts and Crafts features added in the late nineteenth century set the tone.
The hotel has been lovingly restored and and developed by owners Neil and Zoe Kedward, who transformed it from a derelict building into a B&B, then a restaurant with rooms, and eventually the luxury hotel it is today. Staff are very courteous.
- Wheelchair accessible
- Pet friendly
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Bedrooms are either in the main house or converted cottages in the grounds. Some are traditional, with flowered wallpaper and period features, whilst others are much more contemporary.
Room types: Main house rooms and suites, cottage suites
Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with The Goodwash Company toiletries, TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, free W-Fi
Food & Drink
Honey here comes from the hotel's own hives, and fruit and vegetables are grown in the kitchen gardens. Local produce is championed and there are two restaurants: The Fernery (dinner only) with tasting menus in a formal setting, and Artisan Rooms (for breakfast, lunch and dinner) with a casual atmosphere and simpler cuisine.
The Fernery: three AA Rosettes. Formal fine dining, modern British cuisine. Open for dinner Tuesday-Saturday. Tasting menu's start at £69.
The Artisan Rooms: relaxed, simple dishes. Open daily. Mains from £18.