Scroll down for our complete list of Pembrokeshire hotels. They can be found in some of the county’s most picturesque locations and have all received positive reviews from previous guests.
Hotels in Haverfordwest
Silverdale Inn and Lodge offers affordable hotel accommodation in Haverfordwest. There are 21 en-suite rooms, all of which feature satellite television. The restaurant serves full three-course meals and specialises in home-cooked food made using local ingredients. Snacks are also served at the bar. This establishment is reasonably well-located and is close to Johnston Railway Station – Milford Haven is also just a short distance away. Reviews have however been mixed – while some praised the food, others were left disappointed by their room’s basic decor and furnishings.
Situated in Treffgarne in rural Pembrokeshire, the Wolfscastle Country Hotel and Restaurant is primarily geared towards families. The patio and garden area offer a relaxing secure environment for children while the rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions and 24-hour room service. But it’s the restaurant that really takes this hotel to another level – it regularly achieves AA Rosettes for its a la carte meals and the traditional pub fare served at the bar is also very well received. Its location is also pretty good with the Pembrokeshire Costal Path close-by. Excellent reviews have been left by previous guests with high praise for the hotel’s cleanliness, food and convivial atmosphere.
The Hotel Mariners is a family-run hotel, located in the centre of Haverfordwest. It’s a rather old hotel, dating back to Georgian times and is full of character. There are 27 en-suite rooms, all with colour televisions and wireless internet – room service is also provided. The Mariners Restaurant is of high quality and proves popular with guests and locals alike. The hotel is close to local travel links such as Haverfordwest Railway Station and the holiday towns of St Davids and Pembroke are a short drive away. There are plenty of positive reviews for this establishment with compliments regarding the food and accommodating staff. However, a few reviewers with young children complained that the lack of an elevator made things a bit tricky.
Slebech Park Hotel offers up-market, luxury hotel accommodation and is just outside Haverfordwest. It’s situated in an idyllic, sprawling countryside estate of around 600 acres that offers a picturesque river-side and woodland landscape for guests to explore. The hotel, which was an 18th century coach house, features imaginatively decorated, themed rooms, all of which come equipped with the usual mod-cons. In addition, Slebech Estate Restaurant which adjoins the hotel has a growing reputation in these parts for its high culinary standards. Travel links such as the A40 are within a short distance as are must-see attractions such as St David’s Cathedral. Customer reviews have been resoundingly positive, with the food and location proving very popular with guests
This is a 12th century castle which has been converted into a luxury hotel. There are six en-suite rooms in all, which have been tastefully refurbished to include many of the castle’s original features. Rooms feature TVs and DVD players, as well as iPad docks and the usual extras such as tea and coffee-making facilities. The hotel is run by a house manager who tends to the guest’s needs although it’s worth noting that Roch Castle is not a full-service establishment – so evening dinner menus are not provided. Nevertheless, Roch Castle is well-located and is around seven miles from Haverfordwest and nine miles from St Davids. It’s also received very positive reviews.
Hotels in Narberth
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.
The Grove is a former 18th century coach house which provides luxury hotel accommodation. There are fourteen sumptuously decorated rooms and suites, all featuring flat-screen televisions with DVD players and complimentary Wi-Fi access. The hotel is set in beautiful grounds with manicured lawns and well-kept flower boarders. The restaurant is also of a very high standard – it has attained three AA rosettes – and serves British cuisine prepared with locally sourced ingredients. There are also four adjoining holiday cottages for those who’d prefer a self catering break. The Grove has received superlative customer reviews with many complimenting the idyllic setting, food and customer service.
Hotels in Pembroke
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.
This former coaching inn has a long history and dates back to medieval times. It’s been beautifully refurbished in a modern style but retains many original features. There are 22 contemporarily decorated en-suite rooms and picturesque grounds that overlook the idyllic Pembroke Mill Pond. Free Wi-Fi access is available for guests as well as private parking and the rooms all include TVs and DVD players. The Coach House also includes a tastefully decorated restaurant serving British food and there’s also an on-site bar. Customer reviewers speak highly of the friendly service as well as the hotel’s comfort and cleanliness.
Lamphey Court is a 19th century Georgian mansion offering up-market hotel accommodation. It’s located in Lamphey, Pembroke and has 39 en-suite rooms. Notable features include a luxury spa and steam room, a fitness suite, tennis courts and an indoor swimming pool. Wi-Fi access is available throughout and there are two restaurants, one for formal dining the other for casual diners. The hotel is well located with Oakwood Theme Park and Manor House Wildlife Park a short distance away. Customer reviews are very good for the most part although there are some minor complaints regarding the spa service.
Hotels in Saundersfoot
The Savoy Country Inn is situated in St Clears, some 14 miles from Saundersfoot. Although it’s not actually located in Saundersfoot, it does lie near the A477 which provides quick, easy access to the town as well as other resorts such as Amroth and Tenby. There are seven en-suite rooms, all with digital TV and Wi-Fi is available throughout the establishment. The Savoy is newly refurbished but retains many character features such as low ceilings and traditional pub seating. Activity packs are offered to children to keep them occupied and pub meals are prepared using locally sourced ingredients. Reviews have however been rather mixed. While there are many compliments about the food and comfortable rooms some previous guests have left complaints regarding the poor customer service.
Named as AA Hotel of the Year for Wales in 2011/2012, this award-winning, 4-Star establishment provides luxury hotel accommodation near Saundersfoot. There are 46 rooms, most of which feature private balconies overlooking Saundersfoot Bay. In-room entertainment and mod-cons include satellite TV, broadband, a modem jack and the obligatory tea/coffee making facilities. The Marine Spa includes a steam-room, rock sauna, ice fountain and indoor hydro pool. 90 minute treatment sessions are also free for hotel residents. The restaurant and bar serve lunches and dinners and chefs make the most out of local Pembrokeshire produce. Customer reviews have been glowing with praise directed at the facilities provided to guests, the hotel’s cliff-top location and the quality of food.
The Nany-Y-Ffin provides both luxury and standard hotel accommodation in Saundersfoot. There are 24 en-suite rooms in all with the spacious luxury rooms allowing for private access to the rear garden. All include en-suite facilities as well as flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi and tea/coffee making equipment. The hotel is located ion Clynderwen which is within close proximity to Tenby and Cardigan. Local attractions such as Oakwood Theme Park and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park are also nearby. Reviews have been very positive, with special praise reserved for the locally-sourced cuisine.
Hotels in St Davids
Penrhiw Hotel is located in the centre of St Davids and offers luxury holiday accommodation. There are eight en-suite rooms which are all elegantly decorated and feature digital TV with DVD player I-Pod docks and complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity. It’s an extremely well-furnished establishment which includes character features such as floor-to-ceiling windows and original fireplaces. Groups of eight guests or more are able to make advanced bookings for private dining which can be adjusted according to dietary requirements and there are over 20 different wines to choose from. Customer reviews are unanimously positive.
Hotels in Tenby
A Tenby hotel that is perched on a cliff overlooking Camarthen Bay and the charming harbour. The Fourcroft has 40 rooms, most of which afford stunning coastal vistas. They include en-suite bathrooms, TV and radio and direct dial telephones. Wi-Fi is also included throughout. Included in the hotel’s grounds, is a children’s playground and a landscaped gardens that allow guests easy access to the beach – there’s also a heated outdoor swimming pool and a spa-sauna. The restaurant prepares dishes which utilises local produce and there is also a Hollywood-themed bar. Guest reviews have been complimentary, especially regarding the hotel’s elevated position and superb seaside views.
Heywood Spa Hotel is situated close to the centre of Tenby and provides luxury hotel accommodation. It has 24 en-suite rooms and a number of suites with the usual mod-cons one can expect from a boutique hotel – all are stylishly decorated. There’s also a restaurant for fine-dining and an ornately decorated brasserie which serves home-cooked, locally sourced food as well as an a la carte menu. Other notable features include a heated swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, sauna and gymnasium. The Heywood is set in large well-kept grounds which incorporate a patio and sun terrace. Reviews have been glowing with many praising the amenities and leisure facilities provided as well as the modern, interior decor and friendly customer service.
The Albany offers affordable hotel accommodation in Tenby and is near the north beach and harbour. There are 24 en-suite rooms in all, featuring flat-screen televisions with Freeview and tea/coffee making facilities and complimentary toiletries. Wi-Fi is also available in public areas of the hotel. Its restaurant serves traditional pub fare and there’s a good choice of breakfasts. In addition, local visitor attractions such as Oakwood Theme Park, Caldey Island and Park and Folly Farm are a short drive away. For the most part, reviews have been good with praise directed at the breakfasts and customer service. However some guests weren’t happy about the size and decor of the rooms.
A cliff-top hotel with impressive views of Caldey Island and Tenby’s South Beach. It features 42 rooms with en-suite bathrooms that include Wi-Fi access, Freeview television and direct-dial telephones. Most of the rooms can be access by an elevator and ground floor rooms are also available for those with mobility problems. The hotel also has an indoor, heated swimming pool as well as a spa bath and steam room. The exterior includes terraced gardens which overlook the coast and space for up to 30 vehicles. There’s also an independently-run restaurant which is part of the hotel complex. The Atlantic’s location and cleanliness have received praise from previous guests as well as the leisure facilities provided.
This hotel enjoys a unique position, perched on a cliff-top overlooking Tenby and built in to the ancient medieval walls. There are 44 bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Some of the large rooms also feature four-poster beds. In addition, Wi-Fi connectivity is available throughout the hotel and there’s also a 24-hour front desk. The Imperial overlooks the beach and local visitor attractions such as Tenby and Carew Castle are also nearby. Previous guests have been unanimous in their praise of the hotel’s location but there have been a few quibbles regarding the on-site restaurant’s food.