Best Western have 1 hotels in Pembrokeshire
Book a hotel in Pembrokeshire and explore this beautiful county in south-west Wales, the perfect holiday destination for a short break or long weekend. Best Western's gorgeous hotel in Pembrokeshire, Lamphey Court Hotel & Spa, is located in acres of magical grounds and surrounded by the beautiful and renowned Pembrokeshire National Park. The hotel is equipped to the hilt with state-of-the-art facilities and done up in an impressive Georgian style, complete with columns. Our Pembrokeshire hotel is a perfect base to explore this charming county and is located perfectly to access both the beach and the countryside.
Town and city breaks in Pembrokeshire
Our hotel in Pembrokeshire will give you easy access to the town of Pembroke. This alluring, historic settlement that has very early foundations. Much of the town's past can be seen while strolling around the streets. The remains of Pembroke castle, the birthplace of King Henry VII of England, are still enchanting and exciting, while the remains of a great hall still stand in the North. The town is famous for its décor and atmosphere. Its arty and pastel-painted Georgian houses are iconic to the region. Our hotel in Pembrokeshire is based very close and the town of Pembroke is easily reachable for a thorough exploration expedition. The administrative headquarters, historic country town and largest town is Haverfordwest, and despite being the county's largest, is still a relatively small and cosy settlement. It serves as the market town for the best part of the county, a role which has strengthened the town's communal sentiment and lent it an anachronistic nostalgia. Haverfordwest, too, is easily reachable from our Best Western hotel in Pembrokeshire.
Holidays in the Pembrokeshire countryside
The Pembroke Coast National Park is the UK's only coastal national park. With easy access from your Pembrokeshire hotel, this is an opportunity that really can't be missed! Unsurprisingly, the seafront is incredible, one of the most spectacular in the country and is blend of sloping, dainty grassy slopes, rugged and rocky cliffs, as well as sandy beaches. The area is of high scientific interest biologically, botanically and geologically, the scientific variation of the protected area being the reason it is so highly prized. Many of its bird-breeding sites are some of the more important and valuable in the country. Farther north are the Preseli Hills, a wide stretch of high moorland with many prehistoric monuments and other wonderful sights to behold.
Attractions in Pembrokeshire
The county's main attraction is its glorious countryside and landscapes. Our perfectly positioned hotel in Pembrokeshire gives you quick and easy access to all the best spots. There are also many cultural and intellectual activities in which to take part. Why not learn the ancient art of glass blowing under the historic arches of Tenby? Marvel at the teachers' remarkable creative skills, bending and manipulating glistening molten glass into shapes and patterns requested by eager onlookers. Have a look at the Fishguard's Workshop Wales Gallery and its surreal and abstract sculpture garden or perhaps visit the Milford Haven Heritage & Maritime Museum, based in the Docks in Milford Haven. A stay in our beautiful Pembrokeshire hotel will give you access to all this and more. Don't miss your chance to do something different in Wales' most picturesque county!
Hotels in Pembrokeshire
Attractions in Pembrokeshire:
Daily 10am-5pm (until 6pm in Aug)
Schedule varies - please check with park before visiting Mar - Nov 2013 (annual)
18 Aug 2012 - 19 May 2013 (annual)
Opening hours vary throughout the year - please check the venue's website Mar - Nov 2013 (annual)
Various according to season - please check before travelling Feb - Dec 2013 (various dates)
Please visit the railway's website for details Apr - Nov 2013 (annual)