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High Noon Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Pembroke.
Neri and David Geula look forward to welcoming you to High Noon B&B Pembroke. We offer clean and comfortable accommodation in a cosy peaceful setting combining personal service with a genuine hospitality that comes with a family-run establishment. Situated in the historic town of Pembroke, High Noon is only a short level stroll to the town's shopping area and imposing castle, the birthplace of Henry VII based in the heart of Pembrokeshire. If you're looking for a base to explore the splendors of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park or simply want a holiday away from the stresses of modern life in a relaxed and informal atmosphere, try the High Noon Guest House Pembroke.
Facilities At High Noon
Hearty Vegetarian breakfast from an extensive menu choice
Inside every room - television and tea/coffee tray
Great views overlooking attractive meadow-land to the rear
Highnoon is set in a peaceful location with a friendly relaxed atmosphere
No problems with parking - ample off-street adjacent spaces
Our rooms are clean and comfortable, most with ensuite facility
Nice short level stroll to the castle and town centre
* Free wireless internet access throughout the guest house
* Gas central heating
* Packed lunch available by request
* Facilities for walkers and cyclists
Our guests are welcome to use the dining and sitting rooms whenever they wish. There are a fridge and microwave for the guests and they can use our dishes and leave us the washing up!
Many of our rooms overlook the garden and the pretty meadowland beyond.
All rooms have digital Freeview television/ radio and all have tea and coffee making facilities.
We also have a limited number of mini- fridges available on request.
There are hairdryers, an iron and ironing board and drying facilities available to guests.
With a bookcase containing a variety of reading material including information on what to see and do in the area. Our vegetarian breakfasts prove to be very popular with a wide choice of freshly cooked offerings plus unlimited refills of Fairtrade tea and fresh filter coffee, juices, and cereals. Anything not on the menu or any special dietary requirements can be catered for if we are notified in advance.
The Coastal path is 186 miles (299kms) of spectacular coastal scenery. The path stretches from Amroth in the south to Poppit Sands in the north of the county. There are also many pretty paths and bridleways inland of the coast. Walks from our door include The Millpond Walk, Lamphey Bishops Palace, and Freshwater East. Alternatively, you can jump onto the Coastal Cruiser and get off at one of its many stops along the beautiful coastline and walk to be met later in the day at one of the other stops - Freshwater West, Stackpole Quay, Broadhaven South or Angle.
What our guests say about us.....
Get away from it all, breathe in the fresh sea air and be invigorated by the unspoiled beauty of Britain's only coastal National park, which has some of the best coastal scenery you'll see anywhere. The National Park Rangers also hold regular guided walks and activities from the beginning of April until the end of October.
Around the coastline, there are a number of amazing rock formations such as the Green Bridge of Wales (pictured left), Stack Rocks and the Huntsman's Leap.
Pembrokeshire has more than its fair share of unspoiled golden sandy beaches. Just a short drive away from High Noon you'll find outstanding beaches at Manorbier, Barafundle, Broadhaven South, Freshwater West, Freshwater East, and Swanlake bay. The pretty seaside resort of Tenby is just 20 minutes drive away with its two fine sandy beaches.
Barafundle Bay (pictured left) was declared Britain's best beach in 2004 by the Good Holiday Guide magazine.
Boat trips can be made to the islands off the coast. Depending on the time of the year, you can see seals, porpoise, sunfish and an array of birdlife. The puffin is always a favourite and can be seen in the springtime whilst Grassholm is the home to a huge gannet population.
Enjoy a trip onto or around Skomer Island. The waters around Skomer Island are a marine conservation area - a haven for divers.
Trips around Ramsey island on a rigid inflatable boat when the tide and weather conditions are right are a must for the more adventurous!
Caldey Island off the coast of Tenby is well worth a visit. It is run by a community of Cistercian monks who make their own perfume, ice-cream, and chocolate.