Little Hotels in South-West Wales

The Grove of Narberth

, Narberth
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A luxury country house hotel and restaurant in Pembrokeshire with awards galore. Ideal for walkers, foodies and lovers of spectacular scenery.

Garden
Restaurant
Facilities for the disabled
Car Park
Guest rating 9.5

The Plough Inn

, Llandeilo
.

A 4 star boutique hotel and restaurant with gardens and terraces overlooking the Towy valley.

Garden
Restaurant
Facilities for the disabled
Car Park
Guest rating 9.4

Kidwelly Glamping

, Kidwelly
.

Glamorous camping in a luxury four-berth tent, situated on a working farm near the Gower Peninsula and Pembrokeshire.

Garden
Car Park
Guest rating 9.2

Kidwelly Farmhouse

, Kidwelly
.

Traditional farmhouse bed and breakfast on a working farm on a hill overlooking the coast and beach near Pembrey.

Garden
Car Park
Guest rating 9.6

Harbourmaster Hotel

, Aberaeron
.

A charming quayside boutique hotel with bar and restaurant, right beside the harbour in Aberaeron.

Restaurant
Facilities for the disabled
Car Park
Guest rating 9.3

Trefloyne Manor

, Tenby
.

A manor house hotel just outside Tenby with an award-winning restaurant, the Dovecote spa and its own golf course.

Garden
Restaurant
Facilities for the disabled
Car Park
Guest rating 9.3

Penrhiw Hotel

, St Davids
.

An elegant stone-built period house in large gardens close to the Pembrokeshire coast and the smallest city in Britain.

Garden
Car Park
Guest rating 9.5

Penally Abbey

, Tenby
.

A grand period house with views across Carmarthen Bay.

Garden
Restaurant
Facilities for the disabled
Car Park
Guest rating 9.4

Kidwelly Farm Cottage

, Kidwelly
.

A four bedroom self-catering barn conversion on a working farm near the coast between the Gower Peninsula and Pembrokeshire.

Garden
Facilities for the disabled
Car Park
Guest rating 9.2
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Reasons to visit South-West Wales

Known for its legendary coastal scenery, protected by Britain’s only coastal National Park, the south-west corner of Wales is the perfect holiday destination: golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife that are equally as beautiful in both summer and winter.

The world-renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path is a 186 mile route that takes in the seaside villages and wildly rugged landscape that characterises the area. Watch the sea birds, or keep an eye out on the water for porpoises or pods of dolphins. The islands at the far tip of Pembrokeshire are amazing, and it is possible to visit some on day-trip boats.

The area is home to the smallest city in Britain: St Davids. In reality it's a small town, but it has a cathedral so it's a "city". And a lovely one too, well worth a visit.

Families have no end of choice; adventure parks, castles, boat trips and family festivals. The little town of Tenby offers bucket-and-spade holidays, but also much more besides.

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