Posted by Anna-Marie Young

We've been nestled on Narberth high street for over 25 years, well over 100 if you want to know the full story, so we know all of its comings and goings, quirks and idiosyncrasies. 

Narberth used to be the capital of Pembrokeshire, and is 20 minutes from the sea and the mountains, which makes it the perfect place to visit for the day, wherever you're based.

It's high street is renowned as one of the loveliest in the UK, with local purveyors of goods all the way up and down on either side of the street- larger chains haven't been able to infiltrate here- so everyone is local!


We have the two lovely greengrocers, a butchers, nine cafe's to choose from, a Spanish deli, a handful of pubs, three restaurants, a museum, galleries and various shops! From shoe shopping at Jellyegg and Pilipala, browsing through beautiful homewares and clothes at Malthouse Antiques and The Welsh Farmhouse, buying a bunch of peonies from the best florist in several counties, to looking for something a little sparkly in Haulfryn the jewellers (or us!)- Narberth has lots on offer.


As the oldest business on the high street we've seen it grow over the years, and we're so glad to be surrounded by such delightful shops, galleries and owners, and to encourage shoppers to love their local high street. But don't just take our word for it- this article about Narberth was published in The Guardian earlier in the year.

Pop down and visit, we'll see you soon!

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