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The Grove of Narberth

The Grove of Narberth is a privately owned luxury country house hotel nestled in the heart of the rolling Pembrokeshire countryside with stunning views of the Preseli Hills. At the Grove you can be assured of a warm Welsh welcome and a truly relaxing stay in real luxury combined with great food and friendly professional service.The Grove was bought in 2007 in a rather sad and dilapidated state. It is now a unique and intimate hotel with individually designed rooms and one of the finest restaurants in Wales.

 
  • History

    History

    The Grove of Narberth has an important local history that can be tracedback to the 15th century when the site was occupied by a ‘Ty Hir’ or Longhouse owned by the Bailiff of Tenby. The longhouse, “Bailiff’s Cottage”– which would have housed the resident family and their livestock – survives to this day, standing just apart from the main house. Next to the longhouse stands “Poyer’s Cottage” complete with inglenook and bread oven, and the original arrow slits. The architecture of this cottage suggests that it was possibly built in the same era as the longhouse.

    Daniel Poyer a local gentleman, inherited the property in 1677. It is thought that the main house, originally a two storey masonry stone building together with the walled garden, was built by Daniel in the 1680’s. At around that time, historical coach route maps suggest that the Grove was an important stopping point for travellers on the journey west to St David’s.

    In 1874, John Pollard Seddon, a notable arts and crafts architect of his time, was instructed by the Lewis’s of Henllan to make ‘renovations and alterations’ to form a larger gentleman’s residence. This work extended the original Jacobean L-shaped house to provide a large hallway, new staircase, lounge, master bedroom and a library on the first floor landing. Seddon’s design is very much in a neo-Gothic style which has strong references to the early arts and crafts movement.

    The extension added a 3rd floor for servant’s accommodation. At this time, all the existing rooms were remodelled and ornate ceramic fireplaces, designed by Seddon himself, added to the rooms. These distinctive fireplaces and his unique arts and crafts joinery give the Grove interiors its unique character which delights so many of the visitors.

  • Gardens

    Gardens

    The Grove’s gardens offer a stunning visual treat throughout the year, framed by ancient oaks and towering beeches. The gardens are spread over four acres of the 26 acre estate which is beautifully located on a hillside overlooking rolling Pembrokeshire countryside. The rhododendrons introduce summertime and the flower borders then blaze into colour. The borders around the house and parterre on the front terrace are framed by formal box hedging with the beds filled with stunning herbaceous and perennial plants to provide interest throughout the year. The cottages enjoy a softer planting scheme with much higher densities of perennial planting together with flowering shrubs. The Head Gardener Jerry and his team are continually evolving the gardens. If you do come across him in the garden he would be more than happy to show you around and share with you some of his gardening tips.

  • Your Dining

    Your Dining

    Surrounded by wonderful Pembrokeshire produce and the hotel’s own kitchen gardens, it is not surprising that The Grove of Narberth are very passionate about their food and drink. The restaurant is elegant with candlelit tables providing the perfect dining experience. Serving classic British food with a modern twist, the menu changes with the seasons, using produce from its own gardens. The team of professional staff work tirelessly to ensure that all they offer is of the highest quality served with real care.

  • Your Accommodation

    Your Accommodation

    The Grove of Narberth is made up of four buildings: The Main House, an enchanting house filled with many of the original period features that set the scene for a truly warm and comfortable stay in Pembrokeshire. The Bailiff’s Cottage, which is set just apart from the Main House, is the original building on the Grove. Built as a traditional longhouse it was owned by the Bailiff of Tenby in the 15th Century. Poyers Cottage is set just to the side of the main house and offers two delightful suites that are full of character and original features enjoying the benefit of small terraces overlooking the rear gardens. The Herb Cottages are set within the grounds just 100 yards from the Main House. The cottages all have sumptuous suites with stunning views of the Preseli’s hills.

  • Your room

    Your Room

    Every bedroom at The Grove is individually designed with luxurious furnishings and a modern touch. Delicate fireplaces and a sprinkling of art and antiques give a sense of place and time in this enchanting house. The rooms all include a flat-screen TV and free wireless internet, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and designer toiletries. All rooms have views of the gardens or rolling countryside, so that you feel you are in a truly special place.

    Superior Room: Six charming Superior Rooms available with five situated in the Main House and one situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House. Superior Rooms all have showers situated over the bath.

    Deluxe Room: Six delightful Deluxe Rooms available with three situated in the Main House and three situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House. The Deluxe Rooms have showers situated over the bath with some having a separate shower with a roll top bath.

    Junior Suite: Four splendid Junior Suites available with three situated in the Main House with separate showers and deep roll top baths. One Junior Suite is situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House with a separate sitting area and the bathroom has a shower situated over the bath.

    Cottage Garden Suite: Six luxurious Cottage Garden Suites available with five situated in Herb Cottages, a short stroll from the Main House. These Suites have been recently renovated by award-winning interior designer Martin Hulbert with a mix of modern and antique furniture and decorated with Welsh crafts. All Suites situated in Herb Cottages have luxurious bathrooms with deep baths and separate showers, in room safe, a mini-bar and some Suites have access to a private garden with patio and log burning stoves. One Cottage Garden Suite is situated in Poyer’s Cottage with its own private access directly through the Main House or via the private terrace area. This Suite has a separate sitting area with a double sofa bed, a log burning stove and the bathroom has a separate shower and deep bath.

    Garden Master Suite and House Master Suite: Two Signature Master Suites, one situated in the Main House and one situated in Herb Cottages, a short stroll form the Main House. These spacious Suites have been recently renovated by award-winning interior designer Martin Hulbert with a mix of modern and antique furniture and decorated with Welsh crafts. Both Suites have luxurious bathrooms with deep baths and separate showers and include a mini-bar and in room safe. The Garden Master Suite has access to a private garden with patio and a log burning stove.

  • Hotel Directory

    Hotel Directory

    {MEDIA GALLERY DEFAULT}

    Please find below further details pertaining to the hotel or click on the booklet to download. 

    The Grove of Narberth is a privately owned luxury country house hotel nestled in the heart of the rolling Pembrokeshire countryside with stunning views of the Preseli Hills. At the Grove you can be assured of a warm Welsh welcome and a truly relaxing stay in real luxury combined with great food and friendly professional service.

    The Grove was bought in 2007 in a rather sad and dilapidated state. It is now a unique and intimate hotel with individually designed rooms and one of the finest restaurants in Wales. The Grove enjoys a beautiful setting in a glade surrounded by manicured lawns, flower borders, meadows and mature trees. The market town of Narberth with its boutiques and cafes is close by.

    AIR-CONDITIONING

    Air-conditioning is not available in any of the rooms. Fans are available upon request.

    CHECK IN/CHECK OUT

    Check in time is from 3:00pm and check out is by 11:00am.

    COMMUNICATIONS

    If you wish to contact the hotel please call +44 (0) 1834 860 915. There is a phone in all bedrooms with access to an outside line. Outgoing call costs will be available in your room. You can make room-to-room calls free of charge (see section on Telephone Directory). You can contact the hotel by email at reservations@grovenarberth.co.uk.

    DAILY PROGRAMME

    Your Tour Manager will confirm the following day’s arrangements as well as any specific information about the day’s activities the previous evening.

    DIETARY REQUIREMENTS

    If you have any dietary requirements such as vegetarian, gluten free or low cholesterol, please notify the Reservations Department at Noble Caledonia. We will endeavour to accommodate your needs. Once checked in, please speak with the Maitre’D on your first night to reconfirm your needs.

    DINING AND DRINKING

    Fernery Restaurant

    The Fernery offers a truly intimate and exceptional dining experience. The Executive Chef, Allister Barsby, draws his inspiration from the Grove of Narberth’s locality, so you can expect the best of Pembrokeshire produce together with fabulous vegetables and herbs picked daily from the kitchen gardens. His dishes are elegant with exciting bold flavours and a distinctive modern British style.

    Opening Times:

    Fernery Restaurant is open for dinner daily between 6:30pm to 9:00pm.

    Artisan Rooms

    The Artisan Rooms offer a relaxed dining experience in stylish rooms overlooking the beautiful garden terrace. The menu has been inspired by the best of Welsh ingredients, expect grazing boards of Welsh charcuterie, artisan cheese, Welsh lamb and beef, and Pembrokeshire landed fish. The Artisan Rooms is the perfect choice for long lunches, relaxed dinners and a great Sunday lunch. In the summer months, guests are able to eat outside on the beautiful garden terrace.

    Opening Times:

    Artisan Rooms are open for lunch and dinner every day of the week Lunch 12:00pm to 2:00pm Dinner 6:00pm to 9:00pm

    Breakfast

    Breakfast is served from 8:00am to 10:00am in the Artisan Rooms. If you require an earlier breakfast, please advise Reception 24 hours in advance.

    Afternoon Tea

    Afternoon tea is served from 3:00pm to 5:00pm each day. Bar and Restaurant Charges

    All bar and restaurant charges will be automatically transferred to your room account.

    Room Service

    The room service menu is provided in your room. Breakfast can also be served in your room up to 10:00am. Given the space constraints of this Grade II listed building, the hotel is unable to accommodate tables and chairs in all the rooms. Please note that a tray charge is applicable.

    DRESS CODE

    You may dress however you feel comfortable, whether it be casual, summery or smart.

    ELECTRICITY

    The voltage in the hotel is 240 volts.

    EMERGENCY PROCEDURE

    Reception is open from 8:00am to 10:30pm. In case of an emergency at night please dial 500 from your room phone or from your mobile call 01834 860 915 and you will be directed to the Duty Manager or Night Porter. In the unlikely event that an emergency should occur during your stay, we ask that you remain calm and follow the instructions of the staff. We request that as soon as you enter your room, you carefully read the safety instructions fixed on the inside of your hotel room door.

    END OF STAY QUESTIONNAIRE

    Your comments are important to us therefore we ask that you fill in the questionnaire sent with your final documents. We are always looking for ways to improve your holiday and in order to do this we welcome feedback from our guests.

    IRONING

    There are ironing boards and irons available in the Herb Cottage Suites, and in the rooms within Poyer’s Cottage and Bailiff’s Cottage. Ironing boards and irons for rooms within the main house are available upon request. Please ask at Reception.

    LAUNDRY

    A laundry service can be provided on request. Please contact Reception for a price list and form.

    LIFT

    Please be advised there is no lift in the property.

    LOST PROPERTY

    Before you check out, please check your hotel room to ensure you do not leave anything behind. If you discover you have left any items behind, please contact Noble Caledonia directly. Any unclaimed lost property will be held for three months and then donated to charity where appropriate.

    MINI-BAR

    All the Cottage and Garden Suites except for Bramble currently have a mini-bar/fridge.

    NEWSPAPERS

    Please let Reception know if you require newspapers. A complimentary national or local paper will be placed outside of your room in the morning. A small selection of daily newspapers are also available in the breakfast room. These can be found in the lounges later in the day.

    ROOM ACCOUNT

    All guests will have their own ‘room account’. This allows you to sign for any expenses and then settle your bill at the Reception Desk at the end of your stay. Prices are shown and charged in Pounds. Your room account can be paid by:

    • Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard or American Express) • Cash (Pounds)

    ROOMS

    Every bedroom at the Grove is individually designed with luxurious furnishings and a modern touch. Delicate fireplaces and a sprinkling of art and antiques give a sense of place and time in this enchanting house. All rooms include a flat-screen TV with Sky and free wireless internet, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and designer toiletries. All rooms have views of the gardens or rolling countryside, so that you feel you are in a truly special place.

    Superior Room

    Six charming Superior Rooms available with five situated in the Main House and one situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House. Superior Rooms all have showers situated over the bath. Room sizes average 26 square metres.

    Deluxe Room

    Six delightful Deluxe Rooms available with three situated in the Main House and three situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House. The Deluxe Rooms have showers situated over the bath with some having a separate shower with a roll top bath. Room sizes average 30 square metres.

    Junior Suite

    Four splendid Junior Suites available with three situated in the Main House with separate showers and deep roll top baths. One Junior Suite is situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House with a separate sitting area and the bathroom has a shower situated over the bath. Room sizes average 42 square metres.

    Cottage Garden Suite

    Six luxurious Cottage Garden Suites available with five situated in Herb Cottages, a short stroll from the Main House. These Suites have been recently renovated by award winning interior designer Martin Hulbert with a mix of modern and antique furniture and decorated with Welsh crafts. All Suites situated in Herb Cottages have luxurious bathrooms with deep baths and separate showers, in-room safe, a mini-bar, and some Suites have access to private garden with patio and log burning stoves. One Cottage Garden Suite is situated in Poyer’s Cottage with its own private access directly through the Main House or via the private terrace area. This Suite has a separate sitting area with a double sofa bed, a log burning stove and the bathroom has a separate shower and deep bath. Room sizes average 40 square metres.

    Garden Master Suite and House Master Suite

    Two Signature Master Suites available, one situated in the Main House and one situated in Herb Cottages a short stroll form the Main House. These spacious Suites have been recently renovated by award winning interior designer Martin Hulbert with a mix of modern and antique furniture and decorated with Welsh crafts. Both Suites have luxurious bathrooms with deep baths and separate showers and include a mini-bar and in-room safe. The Garden Master Suite has access to private garden with patio and a log burning stove.

    SAFE

    If you have any valuables, please leave them with Reception who will put them in the safe. Both Master Suites and the five external Cottage Garden Suites all have a safe.

    SMOKING POLICY

    The Grove of Narberth has a strict no smoking policy, which meets the law against smoking in enclosed places in Wales. Smoking is only permitted outside in designated areas. We kindly request that smokers take the comfort of other guests into consideration.

    SPA

    Relaxing treatments can be arranged in the comfort of your own room. Please refer to the In-Room Spa brochure for details of all treatments that are available. To arrange, contact our Reception Team who can organise these for you. It is recommended to book treatments in advance to ensure availability.

    TOILETRIES

    All rooms are supplied with the following complimentary amenities: • Shampoo • Conditioner • Shower gel • Body lotion • Shower cap • Vanity kit

    WAKE UP CALL

    Wake up calls can be requested through the Reception.

    WALKING

    Guests often ask where they can go for a short walk from the Grove of Narberth. There is a 40 minute walk which will take you to an old Hill Fort with great views of Narberth and the Preseli Hills. Please ask at Reception for directions and a map. You are more than welcome to ramble around the grounds. Be sure to take a look at the Kitchen and Walled Gardens to see what the team are growing.

    WATER

    Water is available in bottles in your room, which is directly from the Grove of Narberth’s own private spring. The tap water is safe to drink and also from the spring. Please run the cold tap for 30 seconds if it is not cold enough.

    WI-FI

    Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

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  • History

    History

    The Grove of Narberth has an important local history that can be tracedback to the 15th century when the site was occupied by a ‘Ty Hir’ or Longhouse owned by the Bailiff of Tenby. The longhouse, “Bailiff’s Cottage”– which would have housed the resident family and their livestock – survives to this day, standing just apart from the main house. Next to the longhouse stands “Poyer’s Cottage” complete with inglenook and bread oven, and the original arrow slits. The architecture of this cottage suggests that it was possibly built in the same era as the longhouse.

    Daniel Poyer a local gentleman, inherited the property in 1677. It is thought that the main house, originally a two storey masonry stone building together with the walled garden, was built by Daniel in the 1680’s. At around that time, historical coach route maps suggest that the Grove was an important stopping point for travellers on the journey west to St David’s.

    In 1874, John Pollard Seddon, a notable arts and crafts architect of his time, was instructed by the Lewis’s of Henllan to make ‘renovations and alterations’ to form a larger gentleman’s residence. This work extended the original Jacobean L-shaped house to provide a large hallway, new staircase, lounge, master bedroom and a library on the first floor landing. Seddon’s design is very much in a neo-Gothic style which has strong references to the early arts and crafts movement.

    The extension added a 3rd floor for servant’s accommodation. At this time, all the existing rooms were remodelled and ornate ceramic fireplaces, designed by Seddon himself, added to the rooms. These distinctive fireplaces and his unique arts and crafts joinery give the Grove interiors its unique character which delights so many of the visitors.

  • Gardens

    Gardens

    The Grove’s gardens offer a stunning visual treat throughout the year, framed by ancient oaks and towering beeches. The gardens are spread over four acres of the 26 acre estate which is beautifully located on a hillside overlooking rolling Pembrokeshire countryside. The rhododendrons introduce summertime and the flower borders then blaze into colour. The borders around the house and parterre on the front terrace are framed by formal box hedging with the beds filled with stunning herbaceous and perennial plants to provide interest throughout the year. The cottages enjoy a softer planting scheme with much higher densities of perennial planting together with flowering shrubs. The Head Gardener Jerry and his team are continually evolving the gardens. If you do come across him in the garden he would be more than happy to show you around and share with you some of his gardening tips.

  • Your Dining

    Your Dining

    Surrounded by wonderful Pembrokeshire produce and the hotel’s own kitchen gardens, it is not surprising that The Grove of Narberth are very passionate about their food and drink. The restaurant is elegant with candlelit tables providing the perfect dining experience. Serving classic British food with a modern twist, the menu changes with the seasons, using produce from its own gardens. The team of professional staff work tirelessly to ensure that all they offer is of the highest quality served with real care.

  • Your Accommodation

    Your Accommodation

    The Grove of Narberth is made up of four buildings: The Main House, an enchanting house filled with many of the original period features that set the scene for a truly warm and comfortable stay in Pembrokeshire. The Bailiff’s Cottage, which is set just apart from the Main House, is the original building on the Grove. Built as a traditional longhouse it was owned by the Bailiff of Tenby in the 15th Century. Poyers Cottage is set just to the side of the main house and offers two delightful suites that are full of character and original features enjoying the benefit of small terraces overlooking the rear gardens. The Herb Cottages are set within the grounds just 100 yards from the Main House. The cottages all have sumptuous suites with stunning views of the Preseli’s hills.

  • Your room

    Your Room

    Every bedroom at The Grove is individually designed with luxurious furnishings and a modern touch. Delicate fireplaces and a sprinkling of art and antiques give a sense of place and time in this enchanting house. The rooms all include a flat-screen TV and free wireless internet, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and designer toiletries. All rooms have views of the gardens or rolling countryside, so that you feel you are in a truly special place.

    Superior Room: Six charming Superior Rooms available with five situated in the Main House and one situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House. Superior Rooms all have showers situated over the bath.

    Deluxe Room: Six delightful Deluxe Rooms available with three situated in the Main House and three situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House. The Deluxe Rooms have showers situated over the bath with some having a separate shower with a roll top bath.

    Junior Suite: Four splendid Junior Suites available with three situated in the Main House with separate showers and deep roll top baths. One Junior Suite is situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House with a separate sitting area and the bathroom has a shower situated over the bath.

    Cottage Garden Suite: Six luxurious Cottage Garden Suites available with five situated in Herb Cottages, a short stroll from the Main House. These Suites have been recently renovated by award-winning interior designer Martin Hulbert with a mix of modern and antique furniture and decorated with Welsh crafts. All Suites situated in Herb Cottages have luxurious bathrooms with deep baths and separate showers, in room safe, a mini-bar and some Suites have access to a private garden with patio and log burning stoves. One Cottage Garden Suite is situated in Poyer’s Cottage with its own private access directly through the Main House or via the private terrace area. This Suite has a separate sitting area with a double sofa bed, a log burning stove and the bathroom has a separate shower and deep bath.

    Garden Master Suite and House Master Suite: Two Signature Master Suites, one situated in the Main House and one situated in Herb Cottages, a short stroll form the Main House. These spacious Suites have been recently renovated by award-winning interior designer Martin Hulbert with a mix of modern and antique furniture and decorated with Welsh crafts. Both Suites have luxurious bathrooms with deep baths and separate showers and include a mini-bar and in room safe. The Garden Master Suite has access to a private garden with patio and a log burning stove.

  • Hotel Directory

    Hotel Directory

    {MEDIA GALLERY DEFAULT}

    Please find below further details pertaining to the hotel or click on the booklet to download. 

    The Grove of Narberth is a privately owned luxury country house hotel nestled in the heart of the rolling Pembrokeshire countryside with stunning views of the Preseli Hills. At the Grove you can be assured of a warm Welsh welcome and a truly relaxing stay in real luxury combined with great food and friendly professional service.

    The Grove was bought in 2007 in a rather sad and dilapidated state. It is now a unique and intimate hotel with individually designed rooms and one of the finest restaurants in Wales. The Grove enjoys a beautiful setting in a glade surrounded by manicured lawns, flower borders, meadows and mature trees. The market town of Narberth with its boutiques and cafes is close by.

    AIR-CONDITIONING

    Air-conditioning is not available in any of the rooms. Fans are available upon request.

    CHECK IN/CHECK OUT

    Check in time is from 3:00pm and check out is by 11:00am.

    COMMUNICATIONS

    If you wish to contact the hotel please call +44 (0) 1834 860 915. There is a phone in all bedrooms with access to an outside line. Outgoing call costs will be available in your room. You can make room-to-room calls free of charge (see section on Telephone Directory). You can contact the hotel by email at reservations@grovenarberth.co.uk.

    DAILY PROGRAMME

    Your Tour Manager will confirm the following day’s arrangements as well as any specific information about the day’s activities the previous evening.

    DIETARY REQUIREMENTS

    If you have any dietary requirements such as vegetarian, gluten free or low cholesterol, please notify the Reservations Department at Noble Caledonia. We will endeavour to accommodate your needs. Once checked in, please speak with the Maitre’D on your first night to reconfirm your needs.

    DINING AND DRINKING

    Fernery Restaurant

    The Fernery offers a truly intimate and exceptional dining experience. The Executive Chef, Allister Barsby, draws his inspiration from the Grove of Narberth’s locality, so you can expect the best of Pembrokeshire produce together with fabulous vegetables and herbs picked daily from the kitchen gardens. His dishes are elegant with exciting bold flavours and a distinctive modern British style.

    Opening Times:

    Fernery Restaurant is open for dinner daily between 6:30pm to 9:00pm.

    Artisan Rooms

    The Artisan Rooms offer a relaxed dining experience in stylish rooms overlooking the beautiful garden terrace. The menu has been inspired by the best of Welsh ingredients, expect grazing boards of Welsh charcuterie, artisan cheese, Welsh lamb and beef, and Pembrokeshire landed fish. The Artisan Rooms is the perfect choice for long lunches, relaxed dinners and a great Sunday lunch. In the summer months, guests are able to eat outside on the beautiful garden terrace.

    Opening Times:

    Artisan Rooms are open for lunch and dinner every day of the week Lunch 12:00pm to 2:00pm Dinner 6:00pm to 9:00pm

    Breakfast

    Breakfast is served from 8:00am to 10:00am in the Artisan Rooms. If you require an earlier breakfast, please advise Reception 24 hours in advance.

    Afternoon Tea

    Afternoon tea is served from 3:00pm to 5:00pm each day. Bar and Restaurant Charges

    All bar and restaurant charges will be automatically transferred to your room account.

    Room Service

    The room service menu is provided in your room. Breakfast can also be served in your room up to 10:00am. Given the space constraints of this Grade II listed building, the hotel is unable to accommodate tables and chairs in all the rooms. Please note that a tray charge is applicable.

    DRESS CODE

    You may dress however you feel comfortable, whether it be casual, summery or smart.

    ELECTRICITY

    The voltage in the hotel is 240 volts.

    EMERGENCY PROCEDURE

    Reception is open from 8:00am to 10:30pm. In case of an emergency at night please dial 500 from your room phone or from your mobile call 01834 860 915 and you will be directed to the Duty Manager or Night Porter. In the unlikely event that an emergency should occur during your stay, we ask that you remain calm and follow the instructions of the staff. We request that as soon as you enter your room, you carefully read the safety instructions fixed on the inside of your hotel room door.

    END OF STAY QUESTIONNAIRE

    Your comments are important to us therefore we ask that you fill in the questionnaire sent with your final documents. We are always looking for ways to improve your holiday and in order to do this we welcome feedback from our guests.

    IRONING

    There are ironing boards and irons available in the Herb Cottage Suites, and in the rooms within Poyer’s Cottage and Bailiff’s Cottage. Ironing boards and irons for rooms within the main house are available upon request. Please ask at Reception.

    LAUNDRY

    A laundry service can be provided on request. Please contact Reception for a price list and form.

    LIFT

    Please be advised there is no lift in the property.

    LOST PROPERTY

    Before you check out, please check your hotel room to ensure you do not leave anything behind. If you discover you have left any items behind, please contact Noble Caledonia directly. Any unclaimed lost property will be held for three months and then donated to charity where appropriate.

    MINI-BAR

    All the Cottage and Garden Suites except for Bramble currently have a mini-bar/fridge.

    NEWSPAPERS

    Please let Reception know if you require newspapers. A complimentary national or local paper will be placed outside of your room in the morning. A small selection of daily newspapers are also available in the breakfast room. These can be found in the lounges later in the day.

    ROOM ACCOUNT

    All guests will have their own ‘room account’. This allows you to sign for any expenses and then settle your bill at the Reception Desk at the end of your stay. Prices are shown and charged in Pounds. Your room account can be paid by:

    • Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard or American Express) • Cash (Pounds)

    ROOMS

    Every bedroom at the Grove is individually designed with luxurious furnishings and a modern touch. Delicate fireplaces and a sprinkling of art and antiques give a sense of place and time in this enchanting house. All rooms include a flat-screen TV with Sky and free wireless internet, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and designer toiletries. All rooms have views of the gardens or rolling countryside, so that you feel you are in a truly special place.

    Superior Room

    Six charming Superior Rooms available with five situated in the Main House and one situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House. Superior Rooms all have showers situated over the bath. Room sizes average 26 square metres.

    Deluxe Room

    Six delightful Deluxe Rooms available with three situated in the Main House and three situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House. The Deluxe Rooms have showers situated over the bath with some having a separate shower with a roll top bath. Room sizes average 30 square metres.

    Junior Suite

    Four splendid Junior Suites available with three situated in the Main House with separate showers and deep roll top baths. One Junior Suite is situated in one of the Cottages adjacent to the Main House with a separate sitting area and the bathroom has a shower situated over the bath. Room sizes average 42 square metres.

    Cottage Garden Suite

    Six luxurious Cottage Garden Suites available with five situated in Herb Cottages, a short stroll from the Main House. These Suites have been recently renovated by award winning interior designer Martin Hulbert with a mix of modern and antique furniture and decorated with Welsh crafts. All Suites situated in Herb Cottages have luxurious bathrooms with deep baths and separate showers, in-room safe, a mini-bar, and some Suites have access to private garden with patio and log burning stoves. One Cottage Garden Suite is situated in Poyer’s Cottage with its own private access directly through the Main House or via the private terrace area. This Suite has a separate sitting area with a double sofa bed, a log burning stove and the bathroom has a separate shower and deep bath. Room sizes average 40 square metres.

    Garden Master Suite and House Master Suite

    Two Signature Master Suites available, one situated in the Main House and one situated in Herb Cottages a short stroll form the Main House. These spacious Suites have been recently renovated by award winning interior designer Martin Hulbert with a mix of modern and antique furniture and decorated with Welsh crafts. Both Suites have luxurious bathrooms with deep baths and separate showers and include a mini-bar and in-room safe. The Garden Master Suite has access to private garden with patio and a log burning stove.

    SAFE

    If you have any valuables, please leave them with Reception who will put them in the safe. Both Master Suites and the five external Cottage Garden Suites all have a safe.

    SMOKING POLICY

    The Grove of Narberth has a strict no smoking policy, which meets the law against smoking in enclosed places in Wales. Smoking is only permitted outside in designated areas. We kindly request that smokers take the comfort of other guests into consideration.

    SPA

    Relaxing treatments can be arranged in the comfort of your own room. Please refer to the In-Room Spa brochure for details of all treatments that are available. To arrange, contact our Reception Team who can organise these for you. It is recommended to book treatments in advance to ensure availability.

    TOILETRIES

    All rooms are supplied with the following complimentary amenities: • Shampoo • Conditioner • Shower gel • Body lotion • Shower cap • Vanity kit

    WAKE UP CALL

    Wake up calls can be requested through the Reception.

    WALKING

    Guests often ask where they can go for a short walk from the Grove of Narberth. There is a 40 minute walk which will take you to an old Hill Fort with great views of Narberth and the Preseli Hills. Please ask at Reception for directions and a map. You are more than welcome to ramble around the grounds. Be sure to take a look at the Kitchen and Walled Gardens to see what the team are growing.

    WATER

    Water is available in bottles in your room, which is directly from the Grove of Narberth’s own private spring. The tap water is safe to drink and also from the spring. Please run the cold tap for 30 seconds if it is not cold enough.

    WI-FI

    Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.