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Waters Edge Retreat on the Mill Pond in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire. West Wales, UK
Waters Edge Retreat on the Mill Pond in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire. West Wales, UK
158 yd from Pembroke Castle
4.8/5 (4 reviews)
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We received a warm welcome and a fridge and cupboard full of essentials like bread, milk, eggs, bacon and butter and much more. The home was spotlessly clean and the garden was a lovely sunny spot to watch and listen to the wildlife. During dusk we loved watching the bats flying around the garden. ...

Reviewed on 8 Aug 2018
Old Kings Arms Hotel
Old Kings Arms Hotel
3.0 out of 5.0134 yd from Pembroke Castle
4.3/5 (29 reviews)
£90/ night for 2 guests

Good centre of town location with free onsite parking. Good sized room in an old coaching inn.

Reviewed on 23 Jun 2019
The Middlegate Hotel
The Middlegate Hotel
2.5 out of 5.00.1 mi from Pembroke Castle
3.7/5 (25 reviews)
£70/ night for 2 guests

Friendly staff, full breakfast, great location near Pembroke Castle and the train station

Reviewed on 3 Jul 2019
Cottage With Attitude! In Walking Distance to the Medieval Town of Pembroke
Cottage With Attitude! In Walking Distance to the Medieval Town of Pembroke
0.1 mi from Pembroke Castle
4.8/5 (4 reviews)
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We can't have been more pleased with our stay at this delightful cottage. Sue attended to every detail, including everything we needed for the two-year-old member of our party. The home is recently renovated, impeccable maintained, right in the heart of town. We loved staying there and hope to be ...

Reviewed on 13 Oct 2018
Comfortable Urban Residence Within Walking Distance of the City Centre and the Beach at Pembroke
Comfortable Urban Residence Within Walking Distance of the City Centre and the Beach at Pembroke
0.1 mi from Pembroke Castle
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Westgate House 5
Westgate House 5
3.5 out of 5.0162 yd from Pembroke Castle
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Westgate House 6
Westgate House 6
3.0 out of 5.0162 yd from Pembroke Castle
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The Coach House Hotel
The Coach House Hotel
3.0 out of 5.00.2 mi from Pembroke Castle
4.6/5 (31 reviews)
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On check-in, the desk person seemed displeased that the reservation had been made through Expedia. The mattress was extremely uncomfortable. Everything else about the room was pleasant. There was an exit door at the back of the second story that led down to the parking lot. We were chastised about ...

Reviewed on 29 Sep 2018
Connaught Guest House
Connaught Guest House
0.2 mi from Pembroke Castle
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Pocket Guide: Pembroke Castle Pembroke Castle Hotels

Pembroke Castle is the birthplace of the first Tudor king and has enough graceful majesty to more than match its place in history. The 11th century fort is packed full of surprises and won't fail to amaze first-time visitors to this gorgeous corner of Wales.

The oldest part of the castle was built in 1093 on a rocky outcrop surrounded by the Cleddau River. It served as the seat of major medieval barons and, in the 12th Century, acquired its most stunning feature - the 75-feet high Great Keep with its distinctive domed roof.

A limestone cave known as Wogan Cavern was linked to the castle in the 13th Century via a spiral staircase and can still be explored and marvelled at by visitors today. But you'll also want to climb Pembroke Castle's tower and admire views of Milford Haven, a site of special scientific interest.

Henry VII was born at Pembroke Castle in 1457, in a tower that now bears his name. He was the last English monarch to win his crown on the battlefield, at the Battle of Bosworth: an act that heralded the Tudor age.

All this history, as well as many other architectural wonders, can be discovered by visitors to Pembroke Castle today. Guided tours are offered daily and there is a full calendar of events, ranging from falconry to dragon days.

The castle, located half a mile from Pembroke Railway Station, also boasts a brass rubbing centre and an outdoor map of Wales that is the largest painting in the UK.