Amazing place to stay, staff were very happy to help with any queries we had.Breakfast was very enjoyable and tasty.bedroom was very clean and well spacious.situated very close to the little village and close to folly farm and Oakwood.a must place to stay
This large old style building, is charming, with all of the staff so friendly and helpful, all areas and bedrooms are thoroughly cleaned and the bed soooo comfortable! this hotel is in the centre of the lovely small welsh town of Narberth, no closed up shops in this high street! but lots of interesting shops to browse in, and plenty of eateries including our favourite The Angel.
A very warm welcome by Kerry who went above and beyond during our stay. A super hotel, very comfortable in a great location in Narbeth with ample parking and a lovely breakfast. We had dinner in the restaurant which was delicious and reasonably priced! Would certainly recommend.
Rang to book well in advance regarding the disabled room, which we were told was available but would receive a call bk regarding our booking; never received. We didnt get the room as of the lack of customer service and no ring back. There are a lot and I mean a lot of stairs throughout the maze of rooms especially to be put in the top attic room, ridiculous my aunty had to use a nebuliser when she reached her room.
We checked into the Plas Hyfryd hotel for 4 nights to attend a wedding in a nearby castle. Greeted warmly by manager Kerry & wished a safe farewell by her when we left, this was an exceptional experience. Service, bedroom accommodation , food and comfort was first class. The dinner menu was wide and highly satisfactory; and the breakfast was the best I have ever had in a hotel- varied, fresh, hot and plentiful. The charm of the old building has been retained, yet cleverly brought up to date with outside seating and heating. Hard to believe the premises only has a 3 star rating, this is a hotel well worth visiting.
Quality throughout, really nice, old school hotel recently refurbished in contemporary style. A Country House Hotel, yet within walking distance of a town, delivering a touch of luxury without overbearing formality. Public rooms excellent and bedrooms well decorated with good facilities and nice toiletries :). Large patio with first class fittings. Excellent friendly and attentive staff and splendid secluded location only a couple of minutes walk from Narberth town centre. The breakfast was first class with the veggie option delivering some of the best home made Glamorgan Sausage and Hash Browns I've tasted in many a year - probably only bettered by the home made complementary biscuits and flapjacks in the room! At a price point typical of the immediate area, this gaff was virtually faultless and I would unreservedly recommend.…
WE stayed for the Friday before bank holiday weekend our room was comfortable and clean. The breakfast is great and staff very helpful would stay again without question. Great spot for exploring the area .
Recently had a wonderful meal here with my partner, I had tapas and he had a steak both were delicious and our pudding for two was also really nice! The staff were all very helpful and friendly. Over all we had a great experience and would definitely recommend for a nice evening out!
Staff were very helpful and friendly ,room was very comfortable and breakfast was delicious.hotel was in a great location on the edge of town close to all local amenities. highly recommend staying here as its close to tenby, folly farm ,oakwood etc
Went with a friend for lunch yesterday as we had heard good reviews but we were dissapointed. The place itself is stunning on the outside and plenty of parking on site. Staff very friendly if a bit slow but that was OK. We had a table for 2 by the window and on being seated we noticed the table was dirty, remnants of food still on table, no big deal, quickly wiped it with a wet wipe, the window sill had several dead flies on the inside and cobwebs, so clearly hadn't been cleaned for a day or two! The food.. My friend had the tapas platter which when arrived was beautifully presented, however, the pate was very hard and not easily spreadable and the fried crispy onions were so salty we couldnt eat them, think someone was a bit heavy handed woth the salt! The mushroom soup however was very tasty as were the sweet potato fries. I had the slow braised beef and chorizo ragout gratin and I was awful, I ate half as it cost so much. It was laden with onions and although the beef was tender, it tasted of nothing but tomato. I know ragout is tomato based but it really over powered the beef and as I said far to many onions. The cheesy garlic bread was very nice though. Our dessert, which was vanilla brulee had to be the worst brulee we have ever had. No taste of anything and the consistency was thick like a cold custard and not creamy at all, and the brulee was cold, the sugar on top was hard. Any brulee I have ever had is always slightly warm with a nice hot crispy sugar top. The sorbet that accompanied it was very nice, very sharp but nice. I don't think we will return anytime soon!!…