Narberth is one of the foremost towns in Pembrokeshire. A fantastic location for self-catering holiday cottages in the beautiful South Pembrokeshire countryside.
Historically, The castle at Narberth was a stronghold on the Landsker line. This was the Norman frontier between North and South Pembrokeshire. These days, the town has been transformed by a crop of good local shops, and cafes. It has a thriving arts centre and a number of galleries and boutique stores.
Located in easy reach of the main roads into the county, but also perfectly positioned to make the most of the stunning landscape of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Narberth is a hugely popular market town. Filled with friendly boutique stores including many antique shops and delis, serving up a delicious taste of Wales using fresh local Pembrokeshire produce.
Narberth is also a great location for live entertainment at The Queens Hall, located on the main High Street, hosting regular events of live music, comedy nights and theatre productions, as well as craft fairs and workshops throughout the year.
The architectural atmosphere of the town sets the scene for the historical background to Narberth. It features three characteristic churches and the remains of a 13th century Norman castle. The castle ruins are just off the town centre and unveil the charisma of the town’s history. Narberth is also a favourite for local artists. It often hosts many art galleries for those who have an interest in Welsh art and craft. It also features the Span Arts Centre, where many performing artists, musicians and comedy nights are held. The building has a distinctive large mural painted on the outside which are routinely changed for effect.