The historic town of Pembroke is one of the region’s most visited destinations. It boasts one of the largest Norman Castles in the country, which was the birthplace of Henry Tudor, and a large collection of historically significant buildings.
Pembroke holiday establishments are plentiful and include a good range of b&bs, guest houses, self catering holiday cottages and hotels. The most highly-rated holiday properties are featured in the sections above.
Pembroke is also well located, in terms of its proximity to picturesque coastal towns and villages such as Tenby, Neyland and Manorbier. The ever-popular Bosherston is also nearby.
North Down Farm is around 2km from Pembroke and features three rooms with king-sized beds. All include flat screen televisions with DVD players and en-suite facilities – coffee and tea-making facilities are also included. The property is set in picturesque grounds in a quiet, rural area but offers good access to major visitor attractions such as Pembroke Castle. There’s free Wi-Fi throughout the property and included in room prices is a full continental breakfast. A good number of positive reviews have been left with positive comments regarding the location, customer service and the property’s character.
Pembroke Guest Houses
High Noon Guest House is a centrally-located establishment in Pembroke, which features double, twin, family and single rooms – most include en-suite facilities and all of them have digital Freeview television with tea and coffee making equipment. Other amenities include free Wi-Fi and gas central heating. The breakfasts are varied with plenty of choices available to guests and specific dietary requirements are also well-catered for. The exterior includes an elevated deck area and there’s free off-road parking. Customer reviews are very complimentary with special praise reserved for the friendly, knowledgeable owners as well as the property’s cleanliness and location.
Pembroke Holiday Cottages
This self-catering holiday property forms part of a three-cottage terrace and is about a mile from Pembroke. All three properties are former stone barns which have been converted into holiday cottages. Beekeeper’s can accommodate up to four people with double and twin rooms. The interior is open-plan with a kitchen/dining area and a living room with original stone walls. For entertainment, the property includes a TV with Freeview and a DVD player – Wi-Fi is also available throughout. The exterior includes a patio area with furniture and there’s parking space available for one vehicle.
Lamphey Park is a Georgian property that and is situated in Lamphey village, just outside Pembroke. It’s set in 8 acres of well-kept private grounds which are also used for horses and sheep to graze. The rooms are all en-suite and include TVs, complimentary toiletries as well as the usual tea and coffee making equipment. Wi-Fi is provided throughout and there’s free parking for guests. All rooms are decorated in differing styles and there’s also a good choice of breakfasts. The local pub and restaurant are close-by with a shuttle service laid on for guests looking to dine out. Reviews have been positive for the most part with a few complaining that the hotel was rather difficult to find.