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Moorfield Road
0.2 Miles from the centre

Situated in the peaceful Pembrokeshire town of Narbeth, this small 3-star hotel provides comfortable accommodation with easy access to all local attractions, including the popular seaside towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot. Immersed within beautifully kept gardens, the privately owned Hotel Plas Hyfryd presents itself as an ideal base from which to explore all that Pembrokeshire has to offer. In the surroundings you can find wonderful beaches, historic castles and traditional fishing villages. For business events and special occasions, Plas Hyfryd offers the new Ludlow Suite, complete with all modern facilities. The suite can accommodate up to 130 guests. Smaller meeting rooms are also available.

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per night from £85
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Pleasant Valley House Hotel

5.3 Miles from the centre

Make yourself at home in one of the 7 guestrooms. Digital television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and both irons/ironing boards and cribs/infant beds are available on request.

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per night from £70
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Hotels in Narberth

Set in a colourful market town in the Welsh county of Pembrokeshire, Narberth hotels offer a place to stay close to independent shops, award-winning cafés and local art galleries.


A cosy little Pembrokeshire town, Narberth can trace its history all the way back to a pre-Norman, Celtic period. The best way to get a grip of the area's heritage is to pay a visit to the Narberth Museum, featuring historical artefacts and documents detailing the Welsh folk story of the Mabinogion. One of the most mysterious historical sites in Narberth is Narberth Castle, a ruin that some claim was the seat of Pwyll, Prince of Dyfed, whose story is featured in the Mabinogion. Regardless of its mythical origins, exploring the castle ruins is a great way to experience the country's Norman past.


Narberth's reputation for shopping is one of the main draws to the area. A walk along the high street will often involved strolling from one charming shop to another, from picking up a choice leg of lamb at the award-winning Andrew Rees butchers to indulging in a slice of cake at Plum Vanilla. If you're in the market for crafts and clothing you could very easily spend a whole afternoon trying on handmade boots at Susie's Sheepskin Boots and perusing through locally made teapots at Narberth Pottery. There are also a number of restaurants, cafés and pubs in Narberth to enjoy and every year the town is taken over by foodies for the Narberth Food Festival.

Further afield

If you're travelling with a car you'll find that Narberth makes a fantastic base for exploring the surrounding area. Five miles to the south of the town is Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, an excellent choice if you're on holiday with the family where kids can come face to face with lions, penguins and giraffes. The zoo also features Europe's biggest indoor vintage funfair. Oakwood Theme Park is also a short drive away, as are coastal towns such as Tenby and Saundersfoot.

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