Independent country house hotel, Grove of Narberth in Pembrokeshire, is pleased to share that it has been listed at number 13 in TripAdvisor’s ‘World’s Best Small and Boutique Hotel’ category in its ‘Best Places to Stay in the World for 2024’ awards.

The accolade is a testament to the swathes of positive recent reviews, guest feedback and other industry awards which have highlighted the incredible hospitality, food and design of the property as well the fantastic team that continue to go above and beyond.

Bought in 2007 by Neil and Zoe Kedward, seasoned hoteliers, restaurateurs, and travel enthusiasts, Grove of Narberth was lovingly restored to become the beautiful property it is today. The hotel is part of Seren, a family-owned business that celebrates Welsh history, culture, and community. Seren, translates to ‘star’ in Welsh, and represents a passion to nurture and support its team and brands, encouraging them to shine brightly to create an enhanced sense of community and place and offer an unrivalled guest experience.

A bathroom suite in a hotel.
A lounge in a hotel.

Bathroom suite and lounge

Grove of Narberth’s tranquil setting is just one of its many alluring elements - with 25 individually designed rooms and suites that boast a seamless blend of Welsh heritage and modernity in close proximity to the stunning Pembrokeshire coast, where guests of Grove of Narberth can lose themselves in all of what this enchanting destination has to offer.

Executive Chef, Douglas Balish, oversees the food offering at the hotel; fine-dining at the 4 AA Rosette restaurant Fernery, and relaxed dining in the Artisan Rooms Brasserie. Both restaurants are centred around produce from the two acres of renowned kitchen gardens, which provide a bountiful harvest of vegetables, herbs and fruits throughout the year. The hotel also has 26 acres of mature woodlands and gardens, which is curated by the well established and professional gardening team, led by Greg Leeson.

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