Wolfscastle Country Hotel
Wolfscastle, Haverfordwest Pembrokeshire, SA62 5LZ
T 01437 741 225 / 01437 741 340
Sitting in the heart of Pembrokeshire’s countryside, the Wolfscastle Country Hotel is a world away from the every day. With its beautiful sheltered grounds surrounded by trees, the Pembrokeshire National Park on the hotel’s doorstep, and the western Welsh coast just eight miles away, the Wolfscastle is a haven for relaxation.
Wolfscastle Hotel sits on a historic site, overlooking the Cleddau and Anghof rivers, and is next to the Norman castle from which the village and hotel take their names. During the 19th century, a local coaching inn, known as the Sealyham Arms, sat on the promontory, and there are still some traces of the original building in the hotel today.
There are 20 stylish bedrooms, each featuring contemporary, classic décor, with family rooms and a delightful selection of five larger ‘Stirling’ rooms on offer, there’s a brilliant array of choices available and comfort is guaranteed.
Food & Drink
With a focus on utilising local produce, the Wolfscastle’s menu reflects the season and can be enjoyed by residents and non- residents alike are in for a dining delight. Award winning food is served in both the Brasserie and the intimate restaurant – known by its local name of Allt yr Afon (Wooded Hill by the River). During the summer months, drinks can be enjoyed on the picturesque patio.
Recommended Local Attractions
Picton Castle Gardens & Gallery – 15 mins Haverfordwest Castle – 20 ins Oakwood Theme Park – 25 mins St. David’s Cathedral – 30 mins Castell Henllys – 35 mins Pembroke Castle – 40 mins
Haverfordwest – 15 mins
Preseli Mountains – 35 mins
All timings denote typical journey time by car, unless specified otherwise.
|Bed & Breakfast|
|Single Occupancy||Double Occupancy|
|Cwtch Double||From £75.00||From£110.00|
|Cwtch Twin||From £75.00||From £110.00|
|Cariad Double||From £90.00||From £120.00|
|Cariad Twin||From £90.00||From £120.00|
|Stirling Double||From £105.00||From £145.00|
|Stirling Twin||From £105.00||From £145.00|
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Meet the Chef
Ian Wilson, Head Chef at Wolfscastle Country Hotel has been cooking professionally for 16 years, starting his career in the restaurants and bistro’s in Tenby, a seaside town in Pembrokeshire.
Heading up the two AA rosette restaurant, Ian has a passion for working with new ingredients and producing creative menus. With a number of events throughout the year including the main holidays, Ian puts this passion into devising beautiful dishes which make the most of great local ingredients. Wolfscastle also hold special Ladies Day events, Gourmet Nights and, inspired by Andy Stirling’s time in France, exclusive Beaujolais nights to celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau Day.
In the heart of Pembrokeshire you can dine al fresco in Wolfscastle Country Hotel’s magnificent gardens. Encompassed by Pembrokeshire National Parks’ incredible, vast, rolling hills and exquisite greenery, the inn’s innovative seasonal menus are based on locally sourced ingredients.
Out & About
Only a 15 minute drive from Wolfscastle Country Hotel sits a glorious 13th Century castle. Step inside Picton Castle and a tour leader will guide you through nearly 800 years of fascinating history. Outside, take a leisurely amble around the woodland and lakeside pathways, soak up the birdsong and relax amid idyllic gardens.
Equally as impressive is the 12th Century Haverfordwest Castle, which dominates the skyline of the town. Only 20 minutes from the inn, it is a fantastic place to take in the views, have a spot of lunch and a gentle wander.
If you are looking for a family day out full of thrills and adrenalin, then look no further than Oakwood Theme Park. A short 25 minute drive away from the inn, you are guaranteed a whole day of fun, from the Crocodile Coaster to Mini-Golf there is something for everyone.
For guests who wish to delve into the area’s rich history, it fills every crevice of St David’s Cathedral, a site where a church has sat since the 6th Century. This stunning piece of architecture, with its stained glass windows and beguiling interior is tucked away in a sleepy valley about 30 minutes from Wolfscastle County Hotel and is well worth a visit.
Or why not take a stunning 35 minute drive to The Preseli Mountains, which rise 536m high out of the landscape to create rugged cliffs and wild moorland, edged by sandy beaches. The hills are an ideal location for some great walking and panorama views, whilst the coastline is a wonderful place to sample some of Pembrokeshire’s peace and quiet.
Alternatively, travel back in time over 2000 years to experience life in the Iron Age at Castell Henllys, set within 30 acres of beautiful woodland and river meadows in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. You can discover how life was lived during the Iron Age by following in the footsteps of the Demetae tribe, who would have gathered around the fire to sing, dance and tell stories, would have hunted with spears and slings and would have made sacrifices to their gods.
You can also take the afternoon to explore the labyrinth of passageways, take in views from the 75ft high tower and descend into caverns at Pembroke Castle. Learn about the twists and turns of the castle’s history, relax with a picnic or watch a historical re-enactment.