Slebech Park

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Slebech
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire
Dyfed
Wales
SA62 4AX

Slebech Park, Haverfordwest

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Set in an extraordinary waterside environment Slebech Park is a beautifully secluded country estate that offers peaceful and relaxing luxury accommodation in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Set in the midst of a 600 acre private estate Slebech Park is the ideal backdrop for many different occasions large or small private or corporate. Slebech Park offers a truly informal atmosphere a place for a group of friends to gather and enjoy the serene atmosphere in their own space as well as making the most of naturally grown food and excellent Welsh hospitality.

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From: £95.00


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