Author Archives: Bill Crews

Bartholomew Roberts, also known as Black Bart or Barti Ddu, came from Little Newcastle – a village just a few miles from this hotel, in the foothills of the Preseli Mountains. He went on to raid over 400 ships in … Continue reading

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Countryside writer, Julian Rollins, enjoys a walk through the wooded Anghof Valley, from the hotel to St Dogwell’s Church and back. Distance: Approx 2.8 miles. Grade: Easy. You can see the starting point for this short walk from the Wolfscastle … Continue reading

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Tim Davey, from the Bristol Evening Post, recently dropped by for lunch – this is what he wrote about us in the resulting Pembrokeshire travel feature… “…we headed out again for Sunday lunch to the Wolfscastle Hotel in the village … Continue reading

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Jenni Falconer recently presented her pick of the UK’s most romantic getaways, on ITV’s This Morning – Wolfscastle Country Hotel was her Welsh choice!

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Novelist and travel writer Niall Griffiths recently visited and wrote about the hotel and its fascinating environs – see his Visit Wales blog for more…

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We’re proud to have become the first Welsh restaurant to be reviewed by London-based Foodepedia. Click here to see what they had to say…

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