Wolfscastle Hotel – 1
This stone country house hotel dates back to the mid-19th Century and was a vicarage in its former life. Indeed, a 2-minute walk from Wolfscastle Hotel will take you to the village church, St. Margaret’s. Local legend has it that the great Welsh rebel leader Owain Glyn Dwr may be buried in the field alongside this old stone hotel next to the motte and bailey Norman castle of the same name. The village of Wolfcastle is allegedly the place where the last wild wolf in Wales was slain.
Wolfscastle Hotel’s restaurant serves up two AA Rosette-awarded cuisine prepared from local Pembrokeshire produce. An alternative to fine dining, there is also a brasserie that offers delicious, traditional pub meals. Come summertime, drinks and food can be enjoyed on the patio, surrounded by the hotel’s beautifully manicured garden.
Nestling in ‘Allt yr Afon’ (‘Wooded Hill by the River’), in the heart of rural mid-Pembrokeshire, Wolfscastle Hotel has St. David’s Peninsula to the west and the Preseli Mountains and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to the north-east. The hotel’s central location, between the market town of Haverfordwest and the ferry port of Fishguard, puts the natural beauty of West Wales within easy reach. For outdoor inspiration, Sealyham Activity Centre is less than 2 miles away.
Why We Love This Hotel
- In the heart of mid-Pembrokeshire
- Former vicarage with country charm
- Award-winning Welsh fine dining
- Spacious executive Sterling rooms
- 4 miles to UK's only coastal National Park
- 8 miles to historic Haverfordwest
- Overlooks the famous Treffgarne Rocks
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free parking (65 cars)
- 2 Restaurants
- 20 Bedrooms
- 2 Meeting rooms
- Non smoking hotel