Pembroke hotels, hotels in Pembroke Pembrokeshire, and hotels in WALES DIRECTORY

Pembroke hotels, hotels in Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Click for more information
...
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 8.7 out of 108.7 / 10
  • Distance: 0.08
Click for more information
...
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 8.6 out of 108.6 / 10
  • Distance: 0.35
Click for more information
...
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 9.1 out of 109.1 / 10
  • Distance: 1.19
Click for more information
...
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 9.6 out of 109.6 / 10
  • Distance: 1.54
Click for more information
With fantastic views over the Pembroke estuary and meadows, Southgate Bed and Breakfast features bright, spacious suites with private bathrooms. Guests can make use of free private parking....
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 9.1 out of 109.1 / 10
  • Distance: 1.55
Click for more information
Lamphey Hall is a traditional, quiet country-house hotel with a lively bistro bar and friendly, professional staff. The family-run hotel is on the Tenby-to-Pembroke road....
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 8.5 out of 108.5 / 10
  • Distance: 1.68
Click for more information
Situated in acres of scenic grounds next to a medieval Bishop’s palace, The Lamphey Court Hotel is a 19th century Georgian mansion which has a luxury spa, all-weather tennis courts and stylish rooms with views over Pembr...
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 7.9 out of 107.9 / 10
  • Distance: 1.79
Click for more information
The Blickerage offers a spacious self-contained apartment in the heart of the scenic Pembrokeshire countryside. Guests have a freshly cooked breakfast and free Wi-Fi just 5-minutes’ drive from the coast....
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 0 out of 100 / 10
  • Distance: 1.90
Click for more information
This 3-star hotel overlooks the River Cleddau and is less than 1 km from Pembroke Dock town centre. It has free Wi-Fi, free parking, and large en suite rooms....
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 8.7 out of 108.7 / 10
  • Distance: 2.11
Click for more information
Beggars Reach Hotel is in a pretty, tranquil area, near the village of Burton. All of the en suite rooms have flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and tea/coffee facilities....
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 8.2 out of 108.2 / 10
  • Distance: 2.89
Click for more information
...
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 9.1 out of 109.1 / 10
  • Distance: 4.67
Click for more information
Set in the charming village of St Florence, the Parsonage Farm Inn offers bed and breakfast accommodation, good food, open log fires and real ales. Parking and Wi-Fi are free....
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 7.9 out of 107.9 / 10
  • Distance: 5.83
Click for more information
In a beautiful, tranquil location, nestled amongst acres of lawns and fields, this charming 4-star country house has been run by the Rees family for 50 years....
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 9.4 out of 109.4 / 10
  • Distance: 5.85
Click for more information
Just 5 minutes' drive from Tenby town centre, Flemish Court Guest House offers free parking, free Wi-Fi, and modern en suite rooms, within easy access of Pembrokeshire’s many attractions....
  • Rating: The Approximate Guest Rating for this hotel is 9.4 out of 109.4 / 10
  • Distance: 5.86

Search Hotels

Featured Hotels
CLICK TO BOOK!

About Pembroke

Pembroke is located on the Milford Haven in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. The town is most famous for Pembroke Castle founded by the Normans in the 11th Century. The original fortress, a wooden structure, was built by Roger de Montgomery in 1093 and the present castle was built by William Marshal Earl of Pembroke and his sons between 1189 - 1245. It was built to subdugate the Welsh and also served as a springboard for the Norman campaigns against the Irish. With walls up to 19ft - 6m thick and a 75ft - 23m high tower the castle proved to be a great success having never fallen to the Welsh during it's turbulent history. In 1648 however during the Civil War the castle was captured by Oliver Cromwell's army who set about destroying the town's and the castle's defences. Fortunately the walls were strong enough to withstand the efforts of the "Model Army" and enough of the Castle was left to enable rebuilding and restoration of the castle throughout the 19th and 20th Century (pity the old Welsh churches could not have been protected from the self righteous tyrant and his taliban army).
Picture of Pembroke(Image: Pembroke)
The castle is also renowned as the birthplace of Henry Tudor, King Henry VII of England in 1457. It has dominated the town for over 800 years and it is still an impressive site to this day, being the main tourist attraction for the town of Pembroke. Pembroke is a beautiful, historic town and the streets still follow their medieval pattern. Many of the early houses remain on Westgate Hill as do the towns two churches and much of the original town wall. Visitors can take the popular town trail, or visit the daily indoor market and numerous small craft, gift and specialist shops. Although a relatively small town there is a choice of nightlife from restaurants, pubs, bars and nightclubs situated in the Main Street. Post Script..unfortunately one of Pembrokes best attractions the fascinating Museum of the Home, that was located in a terraced house opposite the castle entrance, is no longer in business.