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Recently, we had the pleasure of hosting travel bloggers Erin and Josh Bender and their two children during their time in Wales: “Little did I know but we were about to visit one of the best restaurants we’ve dined at … Continue reading

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Recently, Head Chef Tom Simmons held a cookery demonstration and four course dinner for guests in our Garden Room. Tom gave professional insights as he prepared dishes in front of the audience which were then enjoyed at dinner in the … Continue reading

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On Friday 16th of May the people of Pembrokeshire came out in force to support the Wolfscastle Country Hotel’s newest addition to its function suite facilities, the Garden Room. The night gave people from all over the county a chance to … Continue reading

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The quirky Jocelyn dudes were in full swing as I entered the room. Diners were tapping their toes, with one corpulent gent just about keeping the beat with his spoon. I soon discovered  why this was called the banqueting suite … Continue reading

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Wolfscastle Country Hotel recently became only the second in Pembrokeshire to be awarded 4* Country House Hotel status, by Visit Wales. One of a small number of family-owned hospitality businesses in Wales, the hotel is a former vicarage which was … Continue reading

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Brian Parrot of the Daily Mirror stayed with us recently while exploring the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline, click below to see what he had to say! http://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/travel/british-breaks/pembrokeshire-holidays-on-the-welsh-coast-wolfscastle-1369143

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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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