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Hotel Plas Hyfryd 3 Stars

Moorfield Road, Narberth, SA67 7AB Show on map  0.13 miles from Narberth
Hotel Plas Hyfryd
Phone: +44 (0)1834 869006Online booking and availability
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£89.00per room per night
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The Grove Narberth 5 Stars

Molleston, Narberth, SA67 8BX Show on map  2.09 miles from Narberth
The Grove Narberth
Phone: +44 (0)1834 860915Online booking and availability
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Narberth, located in Pembrokeshire in Wales, was originally founded surrounding a Welsh court. Later, the area became a stronghold for the Normans. Visitors will find the town approximately a kilometer south of the A40 trunk road. There are numerous attractions located in Narberth, including a variety of art galleries as well as a museum and the ruins of a castle. A range of independent shops are also located in town, including gift shops, antique shops and boutiques. Other attractions include a number of civic events that are held on an annual basis. Ample accommodation options are offered in town.

The Welsh town of Narberth is located within the area that is known as Pembrokeshire. The town of Narberth has a population of two thousand one hundred and fifty. About a third of the town actually speaks Welsh. The town was originally established around a Welsh court however it later became a Norman stronghold located on the Landsker Line. In 1603 George Owen described the town as being one of the nine boroughs in decay within Pembrokshire.

The town of Narberth is located about a mile to the south of the main A40 trunk road. The town benefits from having a railway station that operates on the main railway line to Pembroke and Tenby.

There are a vast number of attractions within the town and these include several art galleries, the former town hall and the Wilson museum. The former town hall is home to the cell where the leaders of the Rebecca Riots were jailed. There is also a ruined castle within the town. The town of Narberth is most famous for its vast array of independent shops. The town is home to some shops that won the best traditional business national award from the Daily Telegraph and these shops include a butcher, gift shops, women's boutique and also an established antique centre.

There are a lot of other attractions within the local area and these include Blackpool Mill. There are a number of civic events that are held within the town on an annual basis. These annual events are very good for reinforcing the sense of community within the town.

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