Top quality bed and breakfast accommodation close to Narberth

Bank Farm b&b is located in the heart of Pembrokeshire, ideally situated for the glorious beaches in the south, the castles of Pembroke, Carew and St Davids to the west and the Preseli Hills to the north. Tenby and Saundersfoot are 20 minutes drive away. Bank Farm is convenient for an overnight stay if you are attending a wedding at Slebech Park, Picton Castle or Plas Hyfryd in Narberth.  Why not make a visit to Folly Farm, the Blue Lagoon and Oakwood Theme Park into a proper trip away by staying overnight at Bank Farm.  You will not be disappointed.

Also available at Bank Farm is a well appointed self catering cottage which sleeps two.  The accommodation can be booked on a weekly or short break basis.

The picturesque town of Narberth is 1.5 miles away, offering an excellent range of restaurants, pubs, cafes, galleries and a some of the most interesting independent shops in south Wales.

Although no longer farmed, the farm buildings dates from around 1740, and have a wealth of charm and character. The three en-suite bedrooms and a lounge/diner are located in their own section of the run of Bank Farm and have the advantage of having their own entrance so guests can come and go as they please.  They have been tastefully refurbished to provide well appointed and comfortable accommodation.  The outstanding breakfasts, using locally sourced ingredients where ever possible, and the well appointed accommodation make Bank Farm a bed and breakfast not to be missed, offering excellent value for money.

Robeston Wathen now has a by-pass, making the village as quiet as it has been since the 1920s.  As part of improvements within the village, a footpath has been built down to the Bush Inn, just over a 1/4 mile from Bank Farm.

Whatever your needs Ros an Pete will welcome you warmly and do their utmost to make your stay at their four star bed and breakfast enjoyable.

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