Canaston Oaks Country Barns & Rooms

About Canaston Oaks Country Barns & Rooms

Emma, David & Eleanor have created unique accommodation in the heart of the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, just 3 miles from the market town of Narberth, famed for its individual  boutiques and eateries, and 20 minutes from stunning sandy beaches. We have 10 individually designed rooms, some wheelchair accessible, some dog-friendly and many suitable for children.
We are ready to welcome you to our peaceful little “Noddfa” (sanctuary) where time slows down, memories are made and stress evaporates!
Our direct rates are still the best so please give us a ring or book online.

Additional Information

Open all year.

Please note we are closed for Christmas and open for New Year.

Price Info:

Rates: B&B per room per night £130 – £250


  • Advanced booking in peak time
  • Broadband Connection available
  • Central heating
  • Cot high chair provided
  • Credit Debit card accepted
  • Disabled access statement available
  • Establishment a working farm
  • Ground floor rooms
  • Prepared dishes available
  • Private Gardens
  • Private Parking
  • Radio in rooms
  • Short Breaks available
  • Special rates for children
  • Tea coffee facilities in rooms
  • Totally non smoking
  • TV in room/unit/static caravan
  • Vegetarian diets
  • Welsh spoken
  • Wifi Internet Access


We have lighting in the car park and entrance areas to enable visitors access during the evening/night. 7 guest bedrooms are on the ground floor with easy access. Our rooms have very good lighting and have excellent natural light. We have 1 bedroom with a wet room suitable for wheelchair access. see for details.


Your satnav may mislead you! Coming from the A40, turn left at the roundabout on to the A 4075. Look out for a lane on your right, followed by a farm, then look for Canaston Oaks on the left immediately afterwards. If you have reached woodland you have passed us!

Coming from the south, go past Oakwood Theme Park and Bluestone resort. The road passes through woodland, after that look out on your right for the Canaston Oaks entrance.