Penrhiw Hotel

Guest Accommodation in St Davids, Dyfed (Pembrokeshire)

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Penrhiw St Davids
St Davids
Pembrokeshire
Dyfed
Wales
SA62 6PG

Penrhiw Hotel, St Davids

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The definition of tranquillity Penrhiw Hotel St Davids nestles in acres of private gardens enveloped by woodland paths river and meadow. Choose a bed and breakfast stay or take exclusive use and enjoy luxury accommodation fine dining at Blas Restaurant at our sister hotel Twr y Felin and the perfect location to explore Pembrokeshire. Restored with the utmost care original features subtly contrast the contemporary interiors creating an atmosphere which welcomes.

Suede wallpaper generous sofas and art inspired by the beauty of nature evoke a warmth throughout which extends into the seven ensuite bedrooms and spacious ground floor suite. A hypoallergenic property complimentary towels bathrobe slippers and aromatherapy toiletries tempt instant relaxation whilst the Sky TV with DVD player iPod docking station digital radio and tea and coffee making facilities encourage the inclination to settle inside. Outside is just as inviting.

Turn a full 360 degrees at Penrhiw and you will glance upon the best of the peninsula s landscape. Take a short walk to Whitesands Beach and the striking hills of Carn Llidi where views of St David s Head and Ramsey Island RSPB reserve leap from the ocean. Continue and see the tips of the historic cathedral extend above the treetops which draw you down to explore Britain s smallest city.

At breakfast indulge. Choose from fresh fruit and croissants to a full cooked breakfast accompanied by the Welsh seaweed delicacy laverbread. For dinner take advantage of our complimentary transfer to and from Blas Restaurant just a few minutes by car and experience the best of local and seasonal produce in Wales first contemporary art hotel.

Private dining is also available at Penrhiw for groups of eight to 18 guests. For a truly unique break choose a two or three hotel stay. Penrhiw's sister properties former windmill Twr y Felin or 12th century Roch Castle both located just a few miles apart also offer luxury accommodation quality dining and spectacular location.

Complimentary luggage transfers are available. Our rates are per room per night based on two guests sharing and include VAT parking and Wi-Fi. Book direct for a preferred rate.

Note: Due to its historic nature Penrhiw is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or children under 12 years. As a hypo-allergenic property we cannot accept pets.

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From: £130.00


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Nearby Historic Attractions

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St David's Travel and Heritage Information

St David's Bishop's Palace - 0.3 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

St David's Cathedral - 0.4 miles (Cathedral) Heritage Rating

St David's, Chapel of Our Lady & St Non - 1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

St Non's Chapel and Holy Well - 1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Coetan Arthur (Arthurs Quoit) Burial Chamber - 2.1 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

St David's Head Hut Circles - 2.1 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Camrose Castle - 11.6 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Rudbaxton, St Michael's Church - 13.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Haverfordwest, St Mary's Church - 13.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Haverfordwest Castle - 14 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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