Browse our collection of highly-rated Narberth Bed and Breakfasts – they’re located near the town andsurrounding area.
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.
This recently renovated B&B is close to Narberth and other holiday spots such as Tenby, Amroth and Saundersfoot. Its large, gated grounds are well-suited to families with children and each room provides en-suite facilities. Mod-cons include free Wi-Fi and flat screen televisions. Travel links are good, with the A47 running right by the property. Guest reviews have been very positive with praise reserved for the breakfasts, the friendly host as well as the picturesque countryside setting.
Located in Lampeter Velfrey near Narberth, this B&B is a converted Victorian Rectory. Although extensively refurbished, it retains most of its period features and layout, which includes the original drawing room, high ceilings and a domed staircase. There are three rooms to choose from, all of which feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions. The picturesque, wooded grounds provide plenty of space for off-road parking and pets are also welcome. Customer reviewers mention the impressive restoration work, accommodating hosts and comfortable rooms. The breakfasts have also received plenty of compliments.