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What We Love

  • An idyllic stay in an award-winning Welsh foodie retreat, with breakfast includedTucking into award-winning modern British dishes at The Grove restaurant
  • The luxurious yet friendly atmosphere
  • The beautiful views of the Preseli Mountains

What To Know

  • The lounges have open fireplaces where you can relax before and after meals
  • Rooms are split between the main house and an out building
  • Free WiFi can be spotty
Bedroom property cottage Suite farmhouse Villa


A five-star boutique retreat in rural Wales, with award-winning dining - includes breakfast

The Lowdown

Tucked away in a picturesque corner of Wales, The Grove has earned itself a well-deserved reputation. Named in Harper’s Bazaar’s pick of ‘Top Ten UK Retreats’ and recognised by The Telegraph, The Independent and The Good Food Guide, The Grove is rapidly becoming a five-star benchmark of luxury accommodation in the UK. And when you see it, you’ll realise why.

The Grove perfectly masters the tricky blend of friendly luxury. With three AA Rosette award-winning food, immaculate gardens, intimate and individually designed rooms and spectacular views of the Preseli Mountains, the hotel has everything you could need for a weekend getaway. It’s been named as the Welsh Hotel of the Year in the Good Hotel Guide 2016 and was the Pride of Britain Hotel for 2015.

If you can drag yourself from these well adored, wood-panelled interiors, The Grove is just a short drive from Pembrokeshire National Park, which is ideal for stunning country walks and breathing in the Welsh country air. The dining experience here is bound to draw you back, making The Grove an excellent choice for those who like to team fine food with the great outdoors. The Grove Narberth ranks among TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice winners for the top 25 hotels for romance in the UK.

How to Get There

The Grove Narberth
Molleston, SA67 8BX United Kingdom


5.0 Excellent 1395 Reviews
Peaceful dog friendly hotel. Great food.
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I’ve stayed in quite a few dog friendly hotels and inns, often your room is pretty grotty even though the rest of the place is nice. This is NOT the case at the Grove. Our room was really cosy and comfy with a lovely bathroom. Dog beds and treats for the canines, everything we could have wanted for the humans. This hotel really has great attention to detail. The staff were very friendly, the food delicious, the decor is comfortable, sophisticated but unpretentious. There are 2 restaurants, one high end and the other more informal. Both excellent. Really a lovely base from which to explore this part of Wales. Couldn’t have been better.

Anniversary Treat
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is our fourth visit to Hotel, and each time gets better.

We decided to celebrate our 40th Wedding Anniversary on the day just the two of us and reserved Gourmet Escape, which includes tasting menu and wine flight.

The Hotel new chef started on 1 May we were there on 7th, the food was superb, the pigeon and halibut was exceptional, as was the chocolate desert, the wine pairing was excellent.

Our room was very comfortable, clean, everything was of very high quality from the tea and coffee facilities in room to the quality of sheets on bed.

All the staff are very polite, attentive and absolutely nothing is too much trouble for them.

Breakfast is also of a high quality, local produce etc

We will definitely be returning for a fifth visit.

Birthday treat
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stayed for a couple of nights in one of the dog- friendly cottage type suites. Warmly welcomed and we thoroughly enjoyed the accommodation. We didn’t eat in either of the dining rooms as we had already had a delicious lunch at Coast at Saundersfoot. We did have room service breakfast on two mornings and it was excellent, particularly the haddock omelet. The bed linen and potions very good quality. We will definitely return. Just the treat we had hoped for. Thomas and his staff are doing a fine job.

Luxury stay
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My husband and I thought we would spend a night away in our favourite part of Wales. Upon arrival we were made to feel special, we were offered fresh homemade lemonade while discussing our journey and arrangements.
We were then shown around this beautiful hotel. The decor was brimming with indulgent and quality furnishings. We were shown to our room a deluxe room at the top of the house, which had a beautiful view over the front garden. Bathroom with rain shower over the bath. Luxury thick white towels and luxury toiletries.
At dinner we decided to have the 6 course tasting menu accompanied with the wine tasting. I had the vegetarian alternative which did not disappoint.
We would definitely recommend this utterly beautiful welsh hotel. The little extra like the turn done service while at dinner, and little extras like a personalised note, weather forecast for the following day and free seeds to plant in the garden made our stay complete.
The only disappointment was our mattress which was rather hard. Due to this we didn’t have a good night, however we do hope to stay again.
If you can afford a little luxury then this hotel is worth a visit.
Ooh, I mustn’t forget the complimentary mini Welsh cakes for our journey home. They were delicious, thank you.

Lovely rooms, superb food and great staff
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had a one night stay on our way to visit friends on the Pembrokeshire coast. The package included the 8 course tasting menu and although expensive (around £550 dinner, bed and breakfast for two) it fully deserves its reputation and the fern room restaurant cannot be far from a Michelin star surely. The bedroom was superb boasting amazing views.

The young staff team were terrific and we felt really welcomed and will most certainly return.