With free Wi-Fi throughout and free parking on the street nearby, this B&B is situated in the town of Pembroke. The spectacular Blue Flag beaches are a 10-minute drive away, and Pembroke Castle, where Henry VII was born, is a 5-minute walk.
Rooms at Connaught Guest House are traditionally furnished, and each benefits from a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Some have an en suite bathroom, while others have a toilet and shared bathroom facilities.
Guests can explore the beautiful surrounding area, and visit Oakwood Theme Park and The Dinosaur Park. Boat trips are available to take within 30 minutesâ€™ drive of the building.
Voted "Best Food Pub Wales for the years 2005 & 2006" The Stackpole Inn now has high quality en-suite B&B rooms graded Welsh Tourest Board 4 star. Our high quality home cooked food has earned us a place in many of the top guides including The AA Best Pubs For Food Lovers - The Michelin Guide - The Which Pub Guide - Country Pubs & Inns of Wales and many more. Facilities are available for walkers, cyclists, fishermen, climbers and of course those of us who just want to relax and do nothing ! All can benefit from our award winning dining facilities.
Kingsbridge House in Pembroke is a family-run bed and breakfast offering comfortable rooms in south Wales. A 10-minute walk from Pembroke Train Station, this guest house has free parking and Wi-Fi.
Each room has use of shared bathroom facilities. All rooms have a TV, hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities.
Breakfast is served each morning with croissants, crumpets, muffins, cereals, juice, tea and coffee. There is also egg or beans on toast.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park offers rugged scenery with plenty of walking and cycle routes. The resort of Tenby is around 17 minutesâ€™ drive from Pembroke.
Situated in Pembroke, a 10-minute drive from the spectacular coast, the 16th century Old Kings Arms boasts rooms with free Wi-Fi and free parking. Pembroke Castle is 200 yards from the property.
Rooms are traditionally furnished, and each has a flat-screen TV with Sky Sports. Rooms all benefit from an en suite bathroom with free toiletries.
In the award-winning George Wheeler restaurant, with its old oak beams, you can enjoy a range of Ã la carte meals. There are 2 lively bars for drinks and light food, and a daily changing specials menu is also available.
Pembroke Castle, where Henry VII was born, is less than 200 metres from the building. Oakwood Theme Park is only 20 minutesâ€™ drive from the Old Kings Arms Hostel.
Once a medieval coaching inn, this hotel is located less than 10 minutesâ€™ walk from Pembrokeâ€™s impressive castle, along the quaint high street. The Coach House Hotel offers free private parking and free Wi-Fi access. English food is served in the wooden-floored, stylish restaurant and there is an on-site bar.
Scenic walks can be around the Mill Pond, which is accessible from the bottom of The Coach House Hotelâ€™s lovely garden. There are beautiful beaches within 20 minutesâ€™ drive of this hotel, including Broad Haven Southâ€™s beach in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
The contemporary rooms have wooden furnishings, as well as a TV with a DVD player and tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms also have an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer.
Middlegate Hotel is located on Pembrokeâ€™s main street, close to Mill Pond and a 10-minute walk from the railway station. This traditional hotel has a restaurant and a bar.
The simple rooms at Middlegate Hotel have a TV and a private bathroom. Free WiFi is available in public areas.
The hotel also features a terrace and a garden, as well as free parking.
Pembroke Castle is a 5-minute walk from the hotel, while the coast is less than 4 miles away. Pembrokeâ€™s dock is a 10-minute drive away and from here you can catch a ferry to Rosslare, Ireland.
Hangman's Hall Guest House offers its guests a relaxed stay in the peaceful countryside of Pembrokeshire. Set within its own spacious grounds with landscaped gardens and ponds, Hangman's Hall offers the ideal location to discover the wealth of the South West Wales countryside and its spectacular coastline.
We are only 2 miles from the historic town of Pembroke and within a 10 to 15 minute drive from the fabulous beaches of Freshwater, Angle, Broadhaven, Tenby and Saundersfoot. You can join the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and various points from us.
Five minutes drive down the road takes you to the beautiful Bosheston Lilly Ponds and the famous Stackrocks were you can see the Green Bridge of Wales.
A touch of glamping! Come and spend a night in our fully decorated bell tent, with the luxury of a in house bathroom and breakfast! Bed and breakfast with all the fun but with the comforts.
Our home offers our guest individually designed rooms with little touches like fruit bowl, bath robes, tea coffee facilities and choice of breakfast from our varied menu, to be enjoyed in the conservetory.
Safe ample off road parking.
Situated in the medieval town of Pembroke, the High Noon Guest House offers free Wi-Fi throughout and free private parking. The famous Pembroke Castle is just 12 minutesâ€™ walk away.
The rooms include a Freeview TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Upon request, guests can have use of hairdryers, mini-fridges, and ironing supplies. Most rooms have en suite facilities and overlook the garden, towards the meadowland.
In the mornings, the High Noon serves an extensive breakfast menu in the spacious dining room. The options include full English, omelettes, and hot croissants. With prior arrangement, special dietary requirements can be catered for.
With views over the south-facing garden, guests are welcome to relax on the High Noon Guest Houseâ€™s raised sundeck. Pembroke is home to various shops, restaurants, and pubs. There are local bus services to the surrounding coastline. The Freshwater West Beach is just 15 minutesâ€™ drive away.