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Situated in Haverfordwest, 1.8 km from Haverfordwest Castle, The County Hotel features accommodation with a restaurant, private parking and a bar. With free WiFi, this 3-star hotel offers room... Decor was lovely and modern. Clean room. Iron, hair dyer, TV and tea/coffee facilities were provided in the room. The shower has to be the best I have ever experienced! Room was a fairly "cosy" size but that wasn't a problem for just a couple nights stay. Staff were fab, really helpful and friendly - especially the lady behind the bar. Ideal location in the centre of Haverfordwest. Was a pleasant stay and worth the money.
Hotel Mariners is situated in the center of Haverfordwest, offering its own free car park that can accommodate coaches, plus free WiFi. Each room has a flat-screen TV with Sky Sports. Close to the ferry port Evening meal in bar was excellent Friendly staff Ample parking
The Windsor is set in Haverfordwest, 5 km from Haverfordwest Castle. Free WiFi is available. At the economy hotel, rooms come with a wardrobe and a flat-screen TV. The staff went above my expectations to make my stay as comfortable as possible. My room was basic but beautifully clean. I had clean towels every day, staff noticed that they didn't leave me enough hangers, next day more hangers even hung up clothes I was un able to hang the night before. Will be returning.
The Old Police House is located 5 miles north of Haverfordwest in the Pembrokeshire village of Spittal. This elegant house offers free on-site parking. Each room has a TV and tea and coffee... Very welcoming and friendly host!! everything was perfect even though we booked only a few hours before arrival. House was bigger than we expected from the pictures, bath, kitchen& out room were clean& really nice. her gardener even gave us some information about our tours we had planned&some recommendations!! Highly recommend going to the pub just across the street, the locals there were the nicest people Thanks for the lovely stay!
This historically listed Georgian townhouse dates back to 1837, and offers traditional rooms with free Wi-Fi. It is a 5-minute walk to the centre of Haverfordwest. Our host was helpful in guiding me to the location in the dark. He also visited with us during breakfast which was enjoyable. The facility was charming.
Just 20 minutes’ drive from the Presili Hills and the Pembrokeshire coastline is this award-winning 5-star bed and breakfast. Aga-cooked breakfasts include sausages and homemade preserves. Wonderful location, superb accommodation, lovely room and en-suite, super modern and comfortable, excellent breakfast and above all a very friendly and helpful host! Can't fault it and would recommend.
Boulston Manor is located just 3 miles from Haverfordwest, overlooking the countryside towards the Cleddau Estuary. Free WiFi access and free parking is available in this Georgian manor-house. Elegant room. Wonderful caring hosts. We felt most welcome from the second we arrived and throughout our stay.
Offering 4-star country house accommodation in the Pembrokeshire countryside, East Hook Farmhouse has free Wi-Fi in public areas and free parking on site. High quality furnishings, fit and finish. beautifully located for touring and hiking on Pembrokeshire. Located on a working farm with lovely grounds. Baby lambs during our stay in early May. The proprietors are professional, courteous and very considerate. Wonderful breakfast food.
Told us the wrong room someone was in bed in the room that was meant to be ours , stains on the sheets , dust under the bed , cobweb and spider in the shared bathroom , people in the room above awake at 5 am walking around on squeaky floorboards very heavy footed , dirty dishes in the kitchen no cleans cups , no facilities in the room to make a drink , very basic , no tv
I stayed in Broadhaven. A few miles outside Haverfordwest. It is a good small seaside resort. The Sunshine Italian restaurant was outstanding for food. Plenty of sitting areas at the Anchor, both inside and outside. Good management Heloful staff.
County town for Pembrokeshire; like everywhere it's suffered a bit in the pandemic, and a few areas would benefit from a bit of TLC, but overall an excellent base to explore this lovely county, it was around 30 minutes by car to just about everywhere we'd planned to visit, St David's, Cardigan, Picton Castle, Fishguard, and Stackpole. There were decent cafes, restaurants, supermarkets, and other facilities (the leisure centre is just across the road from the B&B where we stayed), though we were there just before the start of the season proper so some places were closed or had limited opening hours.
Haverfordwest is centrally situated for visiting the many places of interest in Pembrokeshire. The roads are generally very good and most towns and sites have good parking facilities. The main downside how ever is that there are no real quality eating places, just pubs.
We spent no time at all in Haverfordwest the town and all of it in the surrounding countryside. Beaches, cliff walks, seals. Roads are very like Devon with very high banks and narrow with passing places, but saying that traffic was very light at the end of Aug so had no problems getting around. Food wise its a good idea to book meals out! The Ocean in Broad Haven (Had a good vegan dessert) and The Castle & St Brides in Little Haven were where we went and enjoyed good meals. Sat on the beach at Martin's Haven we had a seal pop its head out of the water right in front of us then walked round the headland and spotted lots more in the bays there.
It was good to have a Town nearby to get essentials. Haverfordwest has 4 supermarkets of which Tesco was the nearest. North Headborough B&B (on outskirts of Haverfordwest) is about 15-20 minutes car drive away.
The property: exceeded all expectations; original country manor with hosts that could not be more accommodating; set in large grounds with flowing views of open fields onto an estuary; perfect for country activities; only 5 mins drive to town centre and 15 mins to coast. We eloped from Spain to be married locally and the owners helped us prepare for the day and also became our witness. Both genuine and beautiful people! Thank you /Muchas Garcias Rob and Jules. We couldn’t recommend you highly enough. Steve and Lorena
Breakfast would have been room service but was gone before serving time. The hotel is in need of a major cash injection and is currently up for sale which says a lot. The route to the hotel is what made me change plans and stay elsewhere on the second night. The staff were great. Second night was in a premier inn where the room was 3 times the size, double bed instead of single, large desk where there was none, wardrobe where there was none etc etc etc and for £35 instead of £60 a night
The setting is beautiful as there is a lovely garden guests can use and you can view fields with horses and cows and the valley. Georgina is friendly and accommodating and made us feel very welcome. The spacious room is beautiful and has a table for eating at as well as a coffee table. We had two comfy armchairs and a cot was provided
Beautiful property - spacious rooms with many period features, luxury bathroom, stylish interiors and thoughtful finishing touches such as the free coffee, tea, milk, breakfast cereals and fresh fruit. Generous kitchen/breakfast area with lovely garden. The hosts are lovely and helpful.
High quality furnishings, fit and finish. beautifully located for touring and hiking on Pembrokeshire. Located on a working farm with lovely grounds. Baby lambs during our stay in early May. The proprietors are professional, courteous and very considerate. Wonderful breakfast food.
It’s delightful, modern, spacious, quality fittings, comfortable and best of all good wifi. The best rental we’ve ever stayed in within the UK. There’s wine, red and white, plus beer, and basic foods. Greeted by super friendly hosts with a refreshing pint of draught lager.
Only packed breakfast was available because of Coronavirus but it was fine. Location was good as base for day trips around Pembrokeshire and walking around Haverfordwest. An eclectic mix of pictures and memorabilia. Useful to have fridge in the room.
The location was nice close to Haverfordwest. The furniture and choice of extras was brilliant This deffently a super plus stay if your American and want to experience a true English. Welsh guest house.
This hotel was a lovely quaint hotel with history ,the staff were very accommodating and friendly .the food was very good.our room was very large and very comfortable
The staff were all so friendly and helpful. Breakfast was lovely. The room was comfortable and the hotel was handy for where we were going.
Very close to town centre and good free parking directly outside on road. Ideal for touring around Pembrokeshire
Location was very good, handy for haverfordwest and shops yet surrounded by countryside
Good location for us. Quiet and relaxing. Spacious room. Excellent host.