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Situated in the peaceful Pembrokeshire town of Narbeth, this small 3-star hotel provides comfortable accommodations with easy access to all local attractions, including the popular seaside towns of... Perfect stay, it was like staying in a 5 star hotel.
Nestled in the picturesque Welsh countryside, the 5-star Gold award-winning Canaston Oaks has luxury barns & rooms with uninterrupted views. Excellent facilities and the staff were fantastic along with the breakfast. My favourite stay for a long time and I will definitely be back
Located in Narberth, Blackmoor Farm provides accommodations with free private parking. The caravan was very clean and well equipped in a beautiful location. A bit hard to find but once mastered easy to get to all the local attractions. We enjoyed our time there.
Located in Ludchurch, 8.5 mi from Tenby and 2 mi from Narberth, The Croft Guest House features accommodations with a bar, free private parking and a garden. We upgraded to the new built cottages and these are outstanding! With views over Tenby and saunders foot on the one side and beautiful hills as far as the eye can see on the other.
Sunset Hideaway is located in Narberth, 15 miles from Oakwood Theme Park and 12 miles from Llawhaden Castle, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. It is absolutely perfect. I have exceptionally high standards and it exceeded them! It is immaculate and so comfortable, a real home from home. The views are beautiful, especially the sunsets, and Pete and Steph are wonderful hosts. It is a great base to explore that area and it is a pleasure to come back to the Sunset Hideaway at the end of the day. It is so quiet and comfortable.
On average, it costs $146 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Narberth for tonight. You'll pay around $131 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Narberth will cost around $264, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Narberth this weekend is $146 or, for a 4-star hotel, $159. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Narberth for this weekend cost around $383 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Narberth cost $180 per night, and 4-star hotels in Narberth are $288 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Narberth can be found for $724 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Narbeth was my favourite place as it was so close by and we ate a few times there and it was all lovely. The local shops are really good for day to day bits and a large safe car park close by at a reasonable price. The shops are very varied but there is everything you could need. There are a number of takeaway options, but we did not use them. We sat outside in some places and just had a coffee and watched the world go by and were able to get cash when needed in the local Coop. Felt very safe and we managed to get everything we needed there.
Good selection of local food suppliers and an amazing choice of pizza restaurants, none of which we used as we were eating at other venues across Pembrokeshire. Try Cafe Môr at the Olde Point House pub in Angle or CatRock Cafe, at the golf club inNewport or Mamgu in Solva. And Pant Mawr cheese, straight from the farm.
Narberth is a lovely place to visit although is quite small. It has some lovely shops, pubs and eateries. I find it an ideal overnight or maybe a two night stay, however it is not too far from nearby towns and attractions which are easily accessible by car or bus if you stay longer and want to travel to other places using it as a base.
I was there to take a funeral at the crematorium. The one-way system round the town took time to get used to but you can work it out once you've been round a few times - traffic at a standstill for lengthy periods so take a book.
Narberth was very quaint very Welsh lovely shop various items different choice great Indian restaurant pubs very nice some a bit in need of repair fish and chip shop tasty a very old town nice area lot of Welsh spoken really enjoyed my stay will go back with family. Michael Broad.
Narberth is a good centre for visiting Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. It has lots of lovely little shops and restaurants. The "Contented Sole" sells the best battered cod I have ever tasted in 65 years of gloriously unhealthy eating. It seems to have a lot of traffic for such a small place but hey, youcan't have everything.
The property served as a great base from which to enjoy that part of Wales. The house came fully equipped with everything that we needed and it was well situated in Narberth so that we were only a stones throw away from the shops. Whilst the property is essentially attached to a pub this was not as big an issue as we had feared although you do get customers from the pub outside the front door and windows smoking which was a bit disconcerting to begin with.
Great location for Sayndersfoot beach, Lesley was very helpful and accommodating and nothing was too much trouble for her. Facilities were great, hot showers, flushing toilets, good honesty shop. Pitches were well spaces apart and the facilities at the yurt were fine. Really enjoyed the bbq too.
There's nothing we didn't like, its probably the best hotel we have stayed in and we have stayed in a lot, it is so relaxing and stunning, staff are so attentive and kind but genuine with it. I wanted something special for my wife's 50th and you provided it .
The rooms are more like apartments. Very cute. Comfortable. The staff is very friendly and sociable. They were happy to give us recommendations for sights in the area. The hotel is in the center of town and close to shops.
Peaceful quiet location, which allowed us to do plenty of reading, exceptionally pleasant and helpful hosts. Ideal location for exploring south west Wales The property suited our requirements perfectly.
We found the location ideal to travel around to the different areas of West Wales that we wanted to visit. The facilities were really good for what we needed, we would stay again!
charming B & B near Narberth in beautiful Pembrokeshire. Rooms were comfortable. Host was pleasant and knowledgeable. Grounds/views were beautiful.
Beautiful Hotel with excellent food choices. Breakfast very good and plentiful.
It's a good location and being near Narberth town was a bonus
Lovely quirky bar and hotel