No.65 is a convenient minute's walk away from Narberth High Street and is perfectly situated for a stroll around the independent shops, boutiques and galleries. For those who are interested in the history of the town, Narberth Museum and Castle ruins are a 5-minute walk away.
The accommodation itself is situated on the third floor at the top of a town house. It has a spacious double bedroom with an en-suite; basin, toilet, shower and heated towel rail, hair dryer, Tea & Coffee making facilities.
Adjacent is a cosy, contemporary lounge with exposed beams, a stone fireplace and rustic oak floor. It has a two-seater sofa and separate chair, 42-inch plasma Freeview TV. Free Wi-Fi available.
The market town of Narberth in Pembrokeshire is a haven for the gastronome with quality bars, restaurants, cafes and delicatessens. In our own shop Fire & Ice we have created an award winning range of artisan gelatos and sorbets. Our boutique off-licence also offers an array of local ales, ciders and spirits.
The Queens Hall, located at the top of the High Street, hosts concerts, gigs and comedy evenings all year round. Annually, Narberth has various festivals: - the A Capella Festival in February; a Carnival in August, Narberth Food Festival in September and the West Wales Wool show in October.
The closest beaches are Amroth (7 miles), Saundersfoot (8 miles) and Tenby (10 miles). All easily accessible by car or public transport.
Pembrokeshire offers something for everyone through all 4 seasons, the glorious beaches, an 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path that winds its way through amazing landscapes providing you with fantastic scenery, wildlife encounters and new experiences at every turn.