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The Grove
Molleston
Narberth
West Wales

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Welcome to The Grove, our charming 18th century country house. This unique house, and the four luxury cottages which also stand within the grounds, enjoy fabulous views of the rugged Preseli Hills, and are just a short distance from the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline. Within walking distance is Narberth, a vibrant market town which boasts many luxury boutiques, art and craft galleries, cafes and excellent restaurants.

Our aim is to make your stay with us relaxing and enjoyable. We want you to unwind and to feel at home here. Whether you choose to read a book, chill out on our comfortable sofas or explore the peaceful gardens, 'The Grove' offers the perfect location to enjoy a memorable stay in Pembrokeshire.

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Nearest Train Station: Narberth
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Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8
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Name: The Grove Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern country food
Chef: Emilio Fragiacomo

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