Narberth is a pretty little market town in East Pembrokeshire which is well worth a visit. At its center is a hodgepodge collection of multicoloured Georgian and Edwardian buildings as well as other attractions such as a museum and a number of art galleries.
There are a collection of guest houses and hotels in Narberth and an even bigger number of B&Bs and holiday cottages. Tenby and Pembroke are reasonably close-by and offer more options in terms of holiday accommodation – both could serve as excellent bases from which to explore the region if you can’t find a suitable place to stay in Narberth.
A Pembrokeshire longhouse that has been faultlessly converted into a bed and breakfast. Situated just outside Narberth, this family-run establishment offers award-winning B&B accommodation and features ten rooms, all of which are individually designed. They also feature mod-cons such as TV with DVD player and iPod docks. Canaston Oaks has attained a Gold Award and five stars from Visit Wales and customer reviews have been overwhelmingly positive. It also enjoys a peaceful, rural location but is not far from the popular Pembrokeshire coast or visitor attractions such as Oakwood Theme Park.
Narberth Guest Houses
This three star guest house is situated in the small village of Stepaside, just outside Narberth. It’s just a stone’s throw from the beach and features seven en-suite bedrooms with showers, digital television and coffee/tea making facilities. There’s also a separate, communal lounge area and a well-stocked bar – a varied selection of home-cooked breakfasts are served in the dining area. Free on-site parking is also provided and the property is not far from attractions such as the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Customer reviewers have been unequivocal in their praise of the friendly owners with positive comments also left regarding cleanliness and comfort.
Narberth Holiday Cottages
Badgers Brook Cottage is located in the village of Martletwy and is around seven miles from Narberth. It’s part of a three cottage complex and features four bedrooms: 2 doubles, 1 twin and 1 adult bunk. The kitchen is well-equipped and there’s a family bathroom with separate shower room. The living room features wood beams and there’s also a dining area for group gatherings. The exterior of the property includes a decked area with a lawn garden and spacious, off-road parking. The property is well-located and is near the small coastal village of Lawrenny as well as the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Customer reviews have been very good with previous guests praising the location and facilities for children.
Hotel Plas Hyfryd is located in the centre of Narberth. It has fourteen rooms, all of which are en-suite, as well as family and executive suites. Free Wi-Fi is provided and travel-cots are available for families on request. The restaurant offers an a la carte menu from a respected local chef and food is also served from the bar for more casual diners. Local visitor attractions such as Oakwood Theme Park aren’t far and the hotel’s central Pembrokeshire location means that popular resorts and places of interest are within easy access. Customer reviews are positive with the restaurant proving particularly popular with guests.