The Grove

Location Narberth

Postcode SA67 8BX

Telephone 01834 860915;

£££

Why we love it...

Unique boutique hotel in a great location

The Place

Neil Kedward and his partner Zoe Agar acquired this place as a wreck and after nine months of blood sweat and tears – they worked on a shoestring – got a beautiful result. The former somewhat quirky mansion is now a unique boutique hotel and restaurant that gets a big vote of confidence from our series editor, Fiona Duncan. Its magic worked on her as soon as she arrived. The exterior is unusual, with two facades, one tall and Georgian, painted brilliant white, the other with gables and Arts and Crafts elements that also crop up inside.
She could not fault her bedroom. The rooms are spread out across the house, a cottage and an old long house; there are also four self catering cottages with good views – ideal for families, who are allowed to pick their own food from the nearby vegetable garden.
Inside the house public spaces include a relaxing library with chessboard, books and games. We especially like the light breakfast room. Chef Duncan Barnham uses local Welsh ingredients to memorable effect and has his sights on a Michelin star.

The Essentials

Price Band £££
Rooms 24; 20 rooms, 4 self-catering cottages away from the main house: all en-suite with cast iron bath and shower, rooms have flat-screen television and DVD player, fireplace
Food breakfast, lunch, dinner
Facilities restaurant, lounge, bar, kitchen garden
Children welcome
Disabled accessible
Pets

To Book

Contact Neil Kedward and Zoe Agar
Call 01834 860915;
Email info@thegrove-narberth.co.uk
Website www.thegrove-narberth.co.uk

Good To Know

Address Molleston, Narbeth SA67 8BX
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The Location

Find this place: Narbeth with shops, restaurants and boutiques, close to the beautiful Preseli Hills

What's nearby: lovely walks through Cannaston Wood to the Blackpool Mill, Stackpole Estate Coastal Walk takes in the Stackpole Ponds, Tenby and St David's are close and have good coastal walks. Closeby to St David's is Porthgain, a fishing village around a little harbour, with an excellent fish restaurant called the Shed, and a good pub, the Sloop Inn. From there you can walk to the Blue Lagooon and there are galleries and craft shops to browse in the village