Best luxury and boutique hotels in Pembrokeshire

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Hotels in Pembrokeshire

  • The Manor Town House, FISHGUARD, Pembrokeshire

    ‘Friendly owners’ Helen and Chris Sheldon run their ‘delightful’ B&B in this Grade II listed Georgian house (painted cornflower blue) near the town square of this lively old fishing town. The lounges

  • Cnapan, NEWPORT, Pembrokeshire

    Family photographs line the staircase of this homely restaurant-with-rooms, in a listed Georgian town house in the centre of a small coastal town. It has been owned and run by Judith and Michael

  • Crug-Glas, ST DAVID'S, Pembrokeshire

    ‘A good place to stay when visiting St David’s.’ This Georgian farmhouse is run as a restaurant-with-rooms by the ‘hard-working’ owners, Perkin and Janet Evans, who have a long association with the

  • Llys Meddyg, NEWPORT, Pembrokeshire

    In a pretty town between the mountains and the sea, this Georgian coaching inn is run as a contemporary restaurant-with-rooms by Ed and Lou Sykes. Pembrokeshire natives, they are keen to showcase the

  • The Grove, NARBERTH, Pembrokeshire

    Approached by a tree-lined drive, with ‘spectacular’ views of the Preseli hills, this ‘very striking’, early 18th-century mansion in landscaped gardens has been restored by

  • Y Garth, NEWPORT, Pembrokeshire

    Joyce Evans, a welcoming hostess, offers complimentary afternoon tea to guests arriving at her ‘faultless’ B&B. Situated between Newport and Fishguard, the house is popular with walkers: the

  • Ael y Bryn, EGLWYSWRW, Pembrokeshire

    Guests are ‘welcomed as friends’ at this rural B&B, in a ‘magnificent’ setting near the Pembrokeshire coast. ‘The owners, Robert Smith and Arwel Hughes, are what makes this such a special place,’

  • Canaston Oaks, Narberth, Pembrokeshire

    Surrounded by woodland and river walks, the Lewis family’s ‘very good’ B&B is in converted barns designed and built by Pembrokeshire craftsmen. Homely bedrooms are equipped with dressing gowns and

  • St Brides Spa Hotel, SAUNDERSFOOT, Pembrokeshire

    ‘We had a good stay.’ High above Carmarthen Bay, this relaxed, modern hotel, on the Coastal Path, has ‘very good views’ of the harbour and up the coast. It is run by Andrew and

  • Mellieha Guest House, Amroth, Pembrokeshire

    ‘Friendly, professional’ hosts, Julia and Stuart Adams run their peaceful, ‘ranch-style’ B&B in a small seaside village at the start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. ‘Delicate touches make it stand