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The Globe Angle, hotel in Pembrokeshire

The Globe Angle

Hotel in Pembrokeshire

Located in Pembrokeshire, 20 miles from Oakwood Theme Park, The Globe Angle has accommodations with a garden, free private parking and a shared lounge.

8.6
Excellent
139 reviews
Price from$176.72per night
THE LORD NELSON HOTEL, hotel in Pembrokeshire

THE LORD NELSON HOTEL

Hotel in Pembrokeshire

Located in Pembrokeshire, a 4-minute walk from Milford Beach, THE LORD NELSON HOTEL provides accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace.

8.9
Excellent
29 reviews
Price from$94.67per night
The Welshman’s Arms, hotel in Pembrokeshire

The Welshman’s Arms

Hotel in Pembrokeshire

Located in Pembrokeshire, 11 miles from Oakwood Theme Park, The Welshman’s Arms provides accommodations with a garden, free private parking and a bar.

8.5
Very Good
45 reviews
Price from$69.42per night
Gwynfryn Guest House, hotel in Pembrokeshire

Gwynfryn Guest House

Pembrokeshire

Located in Tavernspite, 13 mi from Tenby, Gwynfryn Guest House features a garden and free WiFi.

9.7
Exceptional
195 reviews
Price from$145.16per night
Tides Reach - 3 Bedroom Holiday Home - Llanreath, hotel in Pembrokeshire

Tides Reach - 3 Bedroom Holiday Home - Llanreath

Pembrokeshire

Tides Reach - 3 Bedroom Holiday Home - Llanreath is located in Pembrokeshire, just 13 miles from Oakwood Theme Park and 13 miles from Folly Farm.

9.7
Exceptional
13 reviews
Price from$233.52per night
Sandyhill Guest House, hotel in Pembrokeshire

Sandyhill Guest House

Pembrokeshire

Sandyhill Guest House offers accommodations in Pembrokeshire, 1.3 miles from Saundersfoot Beach and 1.9 miles from North Tenby Beach.

8.5
Very Good
149 reviews
Price from$106.03per night
'Le Chalet II' free unlimited wifi 2 bed chalet House sleeps 4, hotel in Pembrokeshire

'Le Chalet II' free unlimited wifi 2 bed chalet House sleeps 4

Pembrokeshire

'Le Chalet II' free unlimited wifi 2 bed chalet House sleeps 4 offers accommodations in Pembrokeshire, a 6-minute walk from Freshwater East and 14 miles from Oakwood Theme Park.

8.6
Excellent
19 reviews
Price from$176.72per night
The beautifully central Flat 3 The Cobourg Tenby, hotel in Pembrokeshire

The beautifully central Flat 3 The Cobourg Tenby

Pembrokeshire

Just a 8-minute walk from North Tenby Beach and 600 yards from Tenby Castle, The beautifully central Flat 3 The Cobourg Tenby features accommodations in Pembrokeshire, with a garden and a terrace.

9.5
Exceptional
11 reviews
Price from$198.80per night
Happy Chalet, hotel in Pembrokeshire

Happy Chalet

Pembrokeshire

Featuring a garden, Happy Chalet offers accommodations in Pembrokeshire. This property offers access to a patio and free private parking. Outdoor dining is also possible at the chalet.

9.0
Wonderful
22 reviews
Price from$102.24per night
Ty Venda, hotel in Pembrokeshire

Ty Venda

Pembrokeshire

Just a 15-minute walk from Mayfield Golf & Driving Range and one mile from Haverfordwest Castle, Ty Venda features accommodations in Pembrokeshire with a garden.

9.3
Wonderful
10 reviews
Price from$118.15per night
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What Guests Said About Pembrokeshire:

  • 10

    Pembrokeshire is a lovely place to stay.

    Pembrokeshire is a lovely place to stay. Newgale having the best beach. Places nearby well worth a visit are the Duke of Edinburgh, Newgale seafront, The Victoria Inn, Roche (3 miles up the road towards Haverfordwest). Nolton Haven with the Mariners Inn, Solva with Window on Wales and the Hats and Barrels and three pubs. Saint David's, Whitesands Beach, Cerfai Bay, Porthgain (with the Sloop Inn and the Shed pubs and restaurants). Abereiddi Bay with the Blue Lagoon. Fishguard and Cardigan.
    A
    Anonymous
  • 10

    Doing some family history research to make the most of the...

    Doing some family history research to make the most of the September heatwave, visited Angle and Castlemartin using Pembroke Dock as a base. As long as you have the bus times to hand, travel around is not that difficult, and taxis will take you (For a price). Angle was a lovely friendly, well spread-out village, with a fascinating church and seaman's chapel, a nice walk round to The Old Point House (pub), great views, a medieval tower house you can (Carefuly!) climb up, another pub, The Hibernia which was very pleasant, fruit and veg sales by the road, and then a good walk down to the beach and the lovely cafe there.
    Jon
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Such a wide variety of places to visit, ranging from busy...

    Such a wide variety of places to visit, ranging from busy Tenby to quiet and peaceful Llaugharne - something for everybody to enjoy. We loved the beautiful unspoilt beach of Manorbier, the castle and water mill at Carew ( and lovely cafe), south beach at Tenby and Amroth, not forgetting Colby gardens. A good relaxing holiday shared by the 7 of us.
    Kay
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Our family stay regular as we have family and friends in...

    Our family stay regular as we have family and friends in Carmarthen and Pembroke We also love to visit Saundersfoot and Tenby Our granddaughter enjoyed a trampoline park party at Hanger 5 in Haverfordwest and Folly Farm All supermarkets located at Pembroke dock and a Marstons pub
    stephen
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    This is a charming seaside river estuarine region with a...

    This is a charming seaside river estuarine region with a beautiful river and a haven for boats. Walking the shore was nice and the locals are friendly. Joe at Heritage Holiday inn really looked after us.
    Daniel
    Australia
  • 10

    I loved everything about our stay here.

    I loved everything about our stay here. When we arrived, we were shown the communal kitchen, which was well equipped, then taken to our room, which was so lovely. It was a really hot day and thankfully, there was a fan in our room! The tea tray was well stocked, with a couple of packs of biscuits. There was also a fridge in our room too, which came in handy for keeping our drinks nice and cold (even though there was an American style fridge freezer in the kitchen). The bed was lovely and comfortable and the tv was huge!!! The bathroom was lovely too, with a lovely big shower (with FOUR different head options - absolute bliss). There was shower gel and shampoo provided. This was a really lovely night away, with a host that really couldn’t do enough for you, even taking the time to show me how the shower worked!! This is a little gem of a place, and we will definitely be staying here again.
    Maria
    United Kingdom