Wolfscastle Country Hotel is very much a family affair. Guests often compliment us on the warm welcome and friendly atmosphere which, combined with excellent service and fine food, guarantee you a great stay.
Andrew Stirling, Hotel Proprietor
Andrew has been in the hotel and restaurant business since childhood, and trained in Switzerland and France before arriving in Pembrokeshire. He has been running the Wolfscastle Country Hotel since 1977.
With a castle and its very own legend, the Wolfscastle Country Hotel has a fascinating past.
It stands on a promontory above the confluence of the Western Cleddau and Anghof rivers next to the Norman castle from which the village and hotel take their names.
The castle was one of a chain of fortresses that were built along an old frontier that's known as the Landsker Line. Like other Landsker fortifications, the castle was built by the incoming Anglo-Normans to protect their South Pembrokeshire colony from the Welsh and to support the expansion of their colony to the north and east.
Bill Crews, Hotel Manager
Bill began his career in hospitality management 10 years ago in Alaska at a Princess Cruises Alaskan wilderness lodge near Mount McKinley. He then moved to warmer climes to manage at a private guest ranch in Palm Springs, California for 5 years. After a move to Pembrokeshire, Bill became a member of the management team.
An externally audited Green Dragon Level 2 standard environmental management system is run at the hotel, helping us protect the planet.
This involves managing everything from energy use to waste. We are required to exceed minimum standards and comply with all legislation, keeping detailed records as proof. Here's our latest environmental policy.
If you'd like to find out more or suggest environmental improvements, we'd love to hear from you.