The Grove at Narberth is a pretty country house nestled in the heart of the rolling Pembrokeshire countryside of Wales. Receive a warm Welsh welcome in this relaxing retreat and find yourself surrounded by manicured lawns, flower beds, meadows, and ancient oak trees.
The Grove at Narberth can be traced back to the 15th century when a family and their livestock resided here in a longhouse. This simple four-room abode of old still stands on the property today. The grand main house is believed to have been built in the 1680s. At that time, the Grove of Narberth was a stopping point for those traveling by coach. In 1874 the home was further expanded in a neo-gothic style, adding ornate ceramic fireplaces which still add character to the rooms today.
Each of the 14 guest rooms and suites are designed with luxurious furnishings, antiques, and art on display, with views over the gardens or rolling countryside. The Blue Room is a calming retreat with pale blue walls and views of the magnificent beech trees. Other rooms and suites have tufted headboards or four poster beds and lovely wall coverings cocooning guests in a cozy abode. Underfloor heating in the en-suites keep guests warm.
Guests are free to explore the grounds at their leisure. Chat with the head gardener to learn his tips for a green thumb, or take a stroll through the 17th century walled garden. The organic garden provides fresh produce for the chef with 70 varieties of vegetables, herbs, and fruits. Dine on lunch on the terrace and have afternoon tea with cakes. European cuisine is offered in the restaurant. Settle into a comfortable armchair in front of one of the many fireplaces to sip on a cocktail or one of 300 wines from the cellar. If quiet is all that you crave, pamper yourself with an in-room massage.
Beyond the estate, explore the trails leading to the crumbling castle and deserted chapel perched on a hill. The staff is happy to prepare a picnic hamper of smoked salmon, chutney, and scones for you to enjoy in the surrounds. Take a walk along the sandy beaches of the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park and visit the pretty harbor villages. Shop in the boutiques of Narberth and stop in for a tea at one of the cafes. As you make your way back, you will encounter the wildlife pond and bird boxes that attract butterflies and birds that frequent the Grove at Narberth.Request Information