Inspired by the early travel writer Fenton who referenced Grove in his travel book ‘A historical tour through Pembrokeshire’ published in 1811. This lovely and light room is decorated in luxurious light tones.
Dressing table and chair
Tea and coffee making facilities
Bath & shower
TV with Sky Entertainment, Sport and Movies
The Goodwash Company bathroom products
Careg is the Welsh word for ‘stone,’ and honours the Pembrokeshire blue stones, that form the inner stone circle of Stonehenge. This elegant and cosy room is set on the eaves of the house and overlooks the rear terrace and gardens.
Deluxe from £123 per night
There’s always been a “Blue Room” in this old house. Elegant ethnic fabrics and local pottery adorn the walls and frame a delicate ceramic fireplace decorated with flowers and birds in relief. You’ll enjoy views out over the main sweeping lawn to our magnificent beech trees.
This intimate and romantic room is tucked away in the eaves of the house. Derwen is the Welsh word for ‘oak,’ and this room not only overlooks it’s ancient namesake trees that line the driveway, it’s also inspired by the local links with the myth of Merlin the wizard.
Set away privately in the eaves of the house with vaulted ceilings, this room enjoys leafy south-facing views across the rear courtyard and its relaxing water feature. This intimate room is beautifully decorated with local crafts and textiles. With its super-king size bed, it is supremely comfortable.
The original master bedroom of the house is named after John Paul Seddon, the acclaimed Victorian architect responsible for giving the main house it’s unique character and distinctive designs. It’s a gently lit romantic suite with a luxurious four-poster bed, period features and an antique ceramic fireplace. Seddon overlooks the front terrace and the Preseli hills from it’s prime first floor position.
Relax and unwind in this room, which is decorated with delicate Welsh crafts and textiles. It overlooks our garden fernery and front lawn, with fabulous views of the Preseli hills. Grassholm is named after a beautiful and tiny island just off the Pembrokeshire coast, home to the only gannet colony in Wales.
A magnificent suite with double aspect views across the rear terrace and gardens. Plush velvet headboard and half tester frame an indulgent super king size bed. Comfortable sitting area with room richly decorated in warm luxurious browns and punctuated with moss greens. The lavish bathroom tiled in a beautiful Italian ceramics boasts a large slipper bath and his and hers hand basins.
This luxuriously spacious suite has double-aspect views across the rear terrace and gardens. Fall into slumber in the large iron-poster super king bed, or put your feet up in the relaxing sitting area. This suite is named after the famed “Merched Beca,” or “Rebecca Riots” protests that took place across rural west wales in the 19th century.
This enchanting suite has beautiful dual-aspect views over our rear garden terrace, little stream and meadow. It’s set in the eaves and takes its name from the nearby hamlet of Cresselly. Newly renovated, this light and airy room is decorated with delightful Welsh arts and crafts.
Daniel and Elizabeth were the lead characters of Grove’s first love story, and this romantic suite is named after their tale, which crossed class boundaries with a love affair between the owner, Daniel, and his housemaid Elizabeth. This extraordinary master suite is light and airy with vaulted ceilings and triple aspect views of our gardens. It has a four poster super-king bed within its own space, complete with antique fireplace.
Henry Tudor, who began the famous royal dynasty when he ascended the throne and became King Henry VII, was born in Pembroke Castle just 12 miles away from Grove. This suite is named in his honour and is still fit for a king, with a four-poster bed and textiles and crafts adorning the walls.
This cosy and characterful room is full of charm and set in the eaves with views over our west facing grounds. Its name is inspired by the Knights Templar, who had a strong association with the Narberth hills.
Awel is the Welsh word for ‘breeze’ and is inspired by the gentle wind that blows across our meadow. This lovely room is cocooned in the middle of our new wing, overlooking our west lawn and the meadow beyond.
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