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Located in Haverfordwest, 1.1 mi from Haverfordwest Castle, The County Hotel features accommodations with a restaurant, private parking and a bar. Had a fabulous stay with you guys. Staff were amazing couldn't do enough for us. Will definitely be coming back 😝
The Windsor is set in Haverfordwest, 3.1 mi from Haverfordwest Castle. Free WiFi is available. At the economy hotel, rooms come with a wardrobe and a flat-screen TV. I had an extremely comfortable stay at "The Windsor Hotel". Kathy and Fred are very warm and welcoming hosts! Kathy cooks the most delicious meals and even went out of her way to get me a cheaper cab to go to Martin's Haven and to give me details of the buses plying on various routes from Haverfordwest. The day i landed at the hotel in the afternoon, Kathy was sweet enough to take the pains to cook me a yummy meal, even though they officially opened only post 6PM. The bed/bath linen and the bathroom was extremely clean...I had a very wonderful stay there and would love to visit again, when i am in that part of the world!! A big Thank You to Kathy and Fred! :)
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 center of Haverfordwest. Lovely little spot for accommodation. Clean rooms with everything you need. Just basic accommodation, quite old school, which was a lovely change. You get complimentary breakfast included in the price and WOW. Excellent food, the full Welsh is amazing, best mushrooms I've ever tasted!! Everything on the menu is tasty. Selection of cereals, yoghurts, juices and other drinks. We would definitely recommend this accommodation.
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. Our stay at Boulston Manor with Jules and Rod was totally splendid. We shared their lovely dogs and walks on the farm. Beautiful surroundings, quite stunningly peaceful and the Manor itself is such a splendid old home, it is wonderful what they have done with it. they served a beautiful breakfast in gorgeous surroundings and we truly appreciated the care.
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... Nice big, comfortable building. It looks like it’s been recently done . Kitchen is very nice and makes me jealous! Landlady was very good, easy to contact and helpful. Very nice pub with good food just a half block away. I would recommend and will be coming back should I visit the area again. Thanks!
Offering a terrace and views of the garden, 8a Spring Gardens is a self-catering accommodations located in Haverfordwest in the Dyfed Region, 0.7 mi from Haverfordwest Castle. A wonderful hose with full of necessarily utilities. Even the bathrooms are shared but it’s luxury and comfort.
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. An excellent farmhouse far away from noise, you can really rest.
Rectory Farm offers accommodations just 7 miles from Haverfordwest. Free private parking is available on site. Each room has a TV. You will find a kettle in the room. Delightful B&B on a working farm with only two rooms. Good breakfast in a lovely dining room which was just for the two of us. Well located for the many delights of this part of Pembrokeshire. Circular walks on spectacular cliffs, headlands and lovely countryside, lovely beaches, interesting Pembroke Castle, Wendy recommended several good restaurants within a short drive. We stayed five days and enjoyed it very much. We plan to come back as there is still more to see and do.
A pleasant town, once you have cracked the one-way systems in order to find a car park! (It took me four laps of the one-way system to get into the Castle Lake car park). Car parking charge was very reasonable. Exits from the car park into the town centre are not sign-posted and, for the uninitiated, that means a long walk! Getting back was much easier. A good variety of restaurants/cafes. Cafe Rio was our choice for lunch. Good service and reasonable value for money. Stayed at the County Hotel - good restaurant - would recommend this to other visitors. Enjoyed the riverside walk and visited the Priory ruins. Castle is worth a visit.
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.
Enjoyed the scenery in and around Haverfordwest. We spent most days at broad haven and little haven. They are very small beaches but clean and dog friendly and have pay and display car parks. We ate in restaurants along the sea front and enjoyed fresh fish and seafood meals. Lovely sunsets enjoyed on the sea front. Some of the roads are single track and need care.
A pleasant enough small town. The central area is a contrast between the older traditional scene of narrow roads and back streets etc., (which frankly has seen better days) and the small modern riverside area of shops and cafes. There are nice views of, and access to, the river. One or two pubs and restaurants in the older area have not reopened following lockdown, but Wetherspoons fills this void. The castle is disappointing, though in fairness, is affected by Covid regulations.
Lovely little spot for accommodation. Clean rooms with everything you need. Just basic accommodation, quite old school, which was a lovely change. You get complimentary breakfast included in the price and WOW. Excellent food, the full Welsh is amazing, best mushrooms I've ever tasted!! Everything on the menu is tasty. Selection of cereals, yoghurts, juices and other drinks. We would definitely recommend this accommodation.
Had a fabulous stay with you guys. Staff were amazing couldn't do enough for us. Will definitely be coming back 😝
An excellent farmhouse far away from noise, you can really rest.
Great staff, fantastic food, great value for money.