Best places to stay in Pembrokeshire – hotels, huts and B&B’s

Pembrokeshire hotels are upping the ante to compete with quirky establishments and dreamy huts. Here are some great options for interesting places to stay in Pembrokeshire.

Pembrokeshire is a beautiful region with the main attractions dotted along its rugged and spectacular coast. As a relatively small county, it doesn’t take too long to drive from one end to the other. From Tenby in the southeast to St David’s in the west, or Newport in the north, it’s only about 1 hour by car.

Having said that, once off the main roads, country lanes get very narrow as they weave between tightly packed hedges meandering from one village to the next. Journey times can slow considerably, so choosing the right hotels in Pembrokeshire can be important.

To help you plan your visit, read our guide to the best things to do in Pembrokeshire and our favourite walks in Pembrokeshire and stay somewhere near the highlights that catch your eye.

If you have a week or more, splitting it between two centres (one near Tenby and the other near St David’s) makes it much easier to explore the whole area.

If you are travelling by public transport, the city of St. Davids may be tricky to get to, but good coastal bus services throughout summer make it a great base from which to explore.

Our list of the best places to stay in Pembrokeshire includes great value hotels, lovely boutiques, traditional country inns, cosy B&Bs, and shepherds huts with stunning views. Basically, something for all tastes, budgets, and quirks.


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PLACES TO STAY IN PEMBROKESHIRE

PEMBROKESHIRE HOTELS

Pembrokeshire hotels are something of a blessing in the UK. In a country where hotel prices can sometimes make your eyes water, Pembrokeshire still has some great value staples. The good news is that if you’re looking to treat yourself, there are hotels in Pembrokeshire for that too.  

ABEREIDDY / GREAT VALUE

NODDFA FARM

Noddfa Farm has recently added excellent-value rooms with ensuite bathrooms to their campsite. Comfortable, clean and lovingly decorated they are just a short distance from the Blue Lagoon. Located in the family home, there’s no bar or breakfast but they do excellent woodfired pizza Thursday to Sunday.

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SAUNDERSFOOT / LUXURY SPA

ST BRIDE’S SPA HOTEL

Perched on a headland with views over Saundersfoot and the coast, this is Pembrokeshire’s premier spa hotel with a thermal suite and hydrotherapy pool. The rooms are decorated in blues and whites for that summer vacation feel. The views from the pool and restaurant are excellent.

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ST DAVIDS / QUIRKY

TWR Y FELIN HOTEL

A quirky contemporary Pembrokeshire hotel incorporating a circular turret that was once a windmill. The communal areas are packed with art and all the rooms are boutique, but the pick is the one in the turret itself. Extremely convenient for the St David’s facilities.

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PEMBROKESHIRE B&Bs

You don’t have to fear an onslaught of twee, there’s a cool modern vibe to some of the best B&B’s in Pembrokeshire. With the added bonus of Welsh hospitality, it’s a great option for your Pembrokeshire accommodation.

PENALLY

TY FFYNNON

Just outside Tenby, this fresh, clean B&B is run by some of the friendliest hosts we have ever met. Charlie & Paul do a great hearty breakfast (even for vegetarians) and they have plenty of advice to help you get the most out of your stay. One of our favourite places to stay in Pembrokeshire.

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ST DAVIDS

TY BOIA

Just a short walk into St David’s, this excellently located B&B is clean, comfortable, and modern. Owners Steve and Orla source all their produce from local suppliers so you can be sure you’re getting the freshest taste of Pembrokeshire first thing in the morning.  

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CAERHYS B&B

The Pembrokeshire Coastal path is just half a mile away from Caerhys B&B and the Blue Lagoon half a mile further. As part of an organic farm, the breakfasts are great and the hosts friendly. It’s a great base for hikers and explorers.

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PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTRY HOUSES & COACHING INNS

Coaching inns were a vital part of Pembrokeshire’s transport infrastructure before the development of the railway. Even if you don’t have your horse with you, they’re still great alternatives to a Pembrokeshire hotel. Alternatively, classic country houses offer a sophisticated stay.

STACKPOLE / CLASSIC COACHING INN

STACKPOLE INN

Perfectly located for visiting Barafundle Beach and Stackpole Lily Ponds, Stackpole Inn is a classic coaching inn. The bar is an excellent place to hang out on a cold day and the restaurant does great local dishes with an emphasis on today’s catch. The beer garden is perfect for a post-hike pint.

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ST DAVIDS / BOUTIQUE RETREAT 

CRUG GLÂS

This country house is set in 600 acres of farmland and offers boutique rooms in a traditional, luxurious style. The excellent views from the restaurant, match the quality of the home cooking on offer. Crug Glas is not far from St David’s and the area’s lovely beaches.

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NARBERTH / 18TH CENTURY COUNTRY HOUSE 

THE GROVE NARBERTH

Just a few minutes’ drive from the cool town of Narberth, The Grove is a mix of modern and traditional styles. Ornate fireplaces and deep iron baths accompany underfloor heating and flat-screen TV. There are two restaurants, the upmarket Fernery or the relaxed Artisan Rooms.

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PEMBROKESHIRE SHEPHERD’S HUTS

For a quirky place to stay in Pembrokeshire, look no further than a shepherd’s hut. These re-purposed farm dwellings from the 16th century were made to be transported, so they’re often taking up the best location in a campsite. Although they measure only 12ft by 6ft, they’re not the cheapest place to stay in Pembrokeshire, but they could be the coolest.

PORTHSELAU / SEA VIEW HUT

PORTHSELAU SHEPHERD’S HUT

All alone in your own field with views over St Davids Head, the Porthselau Shepherd’s hut is just a short walk to Whitesand Beach. The hut is lovingly furnished and includes a small kitchenette and toilet. Showers are at the Pencarnan Camping and Caravan Park, or go for a morning swim instead.

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ST DAVIDS / QUIRKY HUT 

FAIRY BRIDGE

Relaxed in a tranquil woodland setting with bluebells carpeting the ground and the sounds of the nearby brook trickling gently past the remnants of an old mill. Watch the world go back from the hammock and take a short walk to the beach. Fairy Bridge is one of the more quirky places to stay in Pembrokeshire.

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PEMBROKE / GLAM HUT

HAFAN FACH

This cosy space overlooking a field dotted with sheep comes with a heated jacuzzi, a bathroom and a small kitchen space. With easy access to a number of beautiful walks in the area, and the beach at Barafundle Bay, Hafan Fach is a great way to unwind in style.

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MAP / PLACES TO STAY IN PEMBROKESHIRE

We have included our list of the best things to do in Pembrokeshire on a map to help you find all the main attractions dotted along this rugged part of Wales.

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