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- Disabled Facilities
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North Headborough Farm B&B is set in a secluded Pembrokeshire location with private entrance for guests, this bed and breakfast near Walwyns Castle is the perfect holiday destination. It is a place where you can relax, unwind, and forget about your cares and worries. It is just 10 minutes from Haverfordwest and 5 minutes from the nearest beach. The 4-star farm B&B is within easy reach of Pembrokeshires best attractions. It is close to Skomer Island which is famous for its puffins and other bird species.
Upon arrival, guests are welcomed with tea or coffee accompanied by homemade cakes or biscuits.
This B&B in Pembrokeshire has a private entrance and lounge for the guests. The lounge has large, comfortable sofas where you can relax and watch TV or get warmed by the wood burning stove.
There are two comfy bedrooms with king-size double beds. One of them can be converted into a twin room. Both bedrooms are en-suite and equipped with Freeview TVs, tea/coffee making facilities, and armchairs. They have extra heating to keep you warm on the coldest of nights.
Outside the B&B is safe and secure parking for vehicles, bicycles, and surf boards. There is also a seating area where you can relax on warm evenings with a glass of wine. Free wireless internet is provided.
Mealtimes are a delightful affair at this Pembrokeshire bed and breakfast. Breakfast is served at your convenience and is freshly cooked to order. The items on the menu are made from locally sourced and home produced ingredients.
Skomer Island is a short distance away from this B&B in Pembrokeshire. It is a 15-minute drive from Martins Haven, an embarkation point. Catch a ferry here to the island for a fun-filled day. Youll be delighted to see colourful Atlantic Puffins and beautiful Manx Shearwaters.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
This park was established in 1952. It is one of Wales 3 national parks together with Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons. It has a spectacular landscape and is filled with sandy beaches, wild inland hills, and wooded estuaries. The landscape has been shaped by the locals over the centuries and houses castles, tombs, cottages, and quarries. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has an abundance of wildlife which coexists peacefully with the people.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
This path is set close to North Headborough Bed and Breakfast. It was established in 1970 and covers 186 miles. It stretches from Cardigan town to Pendine extending from one end of the county to another. It offers spectacular views and is filled with stunning attractions.
Whether you are in Pembrokeshire to see its wildlife or explore its historical sites, you need a place to relax at the end of the day. Book a room at this Walwyns Castle B&B and have an unforgettable time both indoors and out.