Narberth Town

A truly unique little town, Narberth is buzzing with independent retailers, welcoming smiles and good, old-fashioned customer service - just the way it used to be! Take a stroll and browse the shops to discover a world of antiques and curiosities, books and toys, fashion and jewellery, art and flowers, homeware and furnishings, lingerie and bridal wear. It has a fast-growing reputations as a foodie destination, with award-winning suppliers of Welsh food, organic fruit and vegetables as well as purveyors of the finest cheeses, meats and wines - all sold with the expert service that accompanies individuality and artisan quality. Dining out you’ll be spoilt for choice with a theme of high quality, independent venues around every corner. We are proud of the interesting variety Narberth has to offer.

At the top of the High Street, The Queen’s Hall is brimming with regular, high quality theatre, music and comedy nights all hosted by Span Arts and, if you’re planning ahead, there are plenty of vibrant events throughout the year. Don’t miss The Big Plant Sale, the summer Carnival, The Wool Festival, The Food Festival and Christmas. In December we bring a real sparkle to your Christmas shopping with free parking every weekend, great gift ideas and an abundance of festive cheer.

 
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Pembrokeshire

 

The surrounding Pembrokeshire countryside offers miles of beautiful walks - take the high road through the breath-taking Preseli Hills or amble gently along the famous sandy beaches. The nearby towns of Tenby, Saundersfoot and Amroth give a more nostalgic, traditional seaside feel and further north, you’ll discover St David’s, Britain’s smallest city. As you hug the more rugged coastline or venture out on a boat, you’ll easily spot an abundance of wildlife from Welsh Mountain ponies, seabirds and seals to porpoises and sharks! For the keen historian there are castles and legends around every corner, with Narberth’s own standing just on the edge of town, steeped in a rich and mystical history dating back to the 11th Century. It’s no wonder this unspoilt county inspires many an artist, with its colours and light and landscapes providing a kaleidoscope of variety.

 
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all photos taken by Studio Jacques