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Old Kings Arms Hotel

Old Kings Arms Hotel
Pembroke, Dyfed

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Old Kings Arms Hotel is Pembroke's oldest hostelry and has deeds that date back to the 1520s. The hotel front was added during the Georgian period and the hotel has long been one of … more >>

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This Celtic saint began his career as a simple shepherd boy. He entred the monastery of Melrose in 651 and in 664 became prior of Lindisfarne



22 July, 1298

Battle of Falkirk

Edward I defeates Scots under William Wallace. Wallace forced to flee Scotland

He was married to Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen





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Stepaside (Self catering)
Lodge 79, Stepaside

Lodge 79

A modern detached lodge on the Heritage Park in Stepaside in Pembrokeshire which sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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St Clears (Self catering)
The Smithy, St Clears

The Smithy

A lovely, split-level cottage in St. Clears, sleeping four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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