Laugharne, Pembrokeshire

Hotels in Laugharne: Alltyfyrddin Farm

Hotels in Laugharne: There are a total of 5 rooms on the premises. This attractive hotel provides the ideal base for both sightseeing and business.


Laugharne, Pembrokeshire

Hotels in Laugharne: Best Western Lamphey Court

Hotels in Laugharne: P is for perfection. . . in Pembroke! Near Tenby and a picturesque, dramatic coastline, Best Western Lamphey Court Hotel and Spa takes pride of place in spacious grounds. Good food (fresh and locally produced) is served with fine wine, and you can serve your own big hits on our floodlit tennis courts! On-site holistic and beauty therapies at Oakwood Leisure will have you feeling fantastic in no time, while nearby sandy beaches, hidden coves, offshore islands, Norman castles, local craft shops and challenging golf courses are well worth a visit too. We also have a Helipad for special occasions and special guests! Please note: some rooms are located in a converted coach house separate from the main building. Restricted swimming times for children under 16 years of age: 8 a. m. until 10:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. until 6 p. m. Gym not suitable for children under 16 years of age. Please note rooms in the annex building are Double Studio & DTT Family Room. Enjoy your stay.


Laugharne, Pembrokeshire

Hotels in Laugharne: Gumfreston Hotel

Hotels in Laugharne: There are a total of 9 rooms on the premises. This hotel is the perfect base for exploring the area.


Laugharne, Pembrokeshire

Hotels in Laugharne: The Imperial Hotel

Hotels in Laugharne: The houses are painted in pastel colours, making the whole town look like something out of a children's TV show, and the beaches are perfectly peaceful and sheltered by the high walls and cliffs. Boats wait in lines at the harbour, and are almost in the shadow of the incredible St Catherine's Fort. You'll be able to watch the sun rise and set as you walk along the beach, or take a day trip to Caldey Island complete with its small chocolate factory, old priory and gift shop. Learn about the Monks of Caldey Island, or sit in on a monastic service in the island's Abbey Church. Many of Tenby's buildings, including the Imperial Hotel are built into the town's medieval walls. Set high above the beach, these buildings offer wonderful views of the surrounding coastline.



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