Wolfscastle Country Hotel
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 Country Hotel, otherwise known as “Allt yr Afon”, has a fascinating history and has undergone various re-incarnations over the ages to become one of Wales’ leading hotels and restaurants.
Located in rural Pembrokeshire, the hotel has the good fortune of being close to countryside and the coast. A fantastic base for visitors looking for somewhere off the beaten track, Wolfscastle Country Hotel is a popular destination with walkers, cyclists and fishing enthusiasts.
The hotel is famed for their enviable wine list and with over 200 years of experience in shipping and selling wine, the Stirling family are veritable experts and welcome wine lovers with gusto!
With 20 luxury ensuite bedrooms, overlooking the stunning valley and the picturesque Treffgarne rocks beyond, beautifully decorated and furnished with locally made fabrics throughout.
Food & Drink
Wolfscastle are passionate about great food, so it’s no surprise that they are an Observer Food Monthly award-winning establishment. With an abundance of fabulous Welsh produce available on the doorstep, guests are invited to dine in the 2 AA Rosette Allt yr Afon restaurant which offers culinary excellence in a suitably elegant setting
- Stirling – from £65/night
The stirling rooms are the largest at Wolfscastle Hotel, and all include a bath and stand-alone shower.
- Cariad – from £65 / night
Each of the cariad rooms are individually designed with ensuite bathrooms which features a shower-over bath
- Cwtch – from £45 / night
The cwtch rooms are the smallest at Wolfcastle Hotel and has an ensuite bathroom with a shower-over bath.
Meet the Chef
Young head chef Tom Simmons has brought the flair and flavours from his time working in restaurants in London and France to deliver a superb dining experience at the renowned Wolfscastle Country Hotel in the Pembrokeshire countryside. His consistent use of fresh, local ingredients matched with excellent ability in the kitchen has earnt Tom and the hotel two AA Rosettes which they display with pride.
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
Picton Castle Gardens & Gallery – 15 mins
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.
Preseli Mountains – 35 mins
Take a stunning 35 minute drive from the inn and you will arrive at 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.
Oakwood Theme Park – 25 mins
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.
Recommended Local Attractions
Haverfordwest Castle – 20 mins
St David’s Cathedral – 30 mins
- Pembroke Castle – 40 mins
Castell Henllys – 35 mins
With its beautiful 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 outdoor enthusiasts. Settled next to the historic Norman Castle overlooking the stunning Cleddau and Anghof River, this boutique hotel exudes country charm with striking green ivy climbing the natural stone walls. Well-known for sourcing local and fresh ingredients, the award-winning food at Wolfscastle is perfect for refuelling after a hard day’s cycle. Luxury ensuite bedrooms which overlook the stunning Treffgarne rocks make for excellent place to wind down after taxing country cycle.
With Pembrokeshire’s quiet rural roads offering some of the best cycling in Britain, Wolfscastle Country Hotel is an ideal base for both recreational and skilled cyclists. Llys-y-Fran Country Park and Reservoir is only a short drive from the inn, and offers an undulating, challenging track for cyclists. Cycles and helmets can be hired from the park’s shop, as well as local drop off and pick up services.
Alternatively, the Celtic Trail West is a popular National Cycle Route which offers two different potential routes; Route 4 visits many of Pembrokeshire’s finest coastlines, whilst Route 47 weaves around the Preseli Hills between Fishguard and Carmarthen. Both routes take you on a journey of discovery though the stunning sights of West Wales.
T 01437 741 225
All rooms apart from Stirling rooms are dog friendly with a £5 per night housekeeping charge. Call to request. Dogs welcome in public areas apart from the reception, lounge and a section of the Brasserie.
Map & Directions
Please click the map below for directions.
By car – for sat nav use HR1 2NW
Hereford Railway Station – 15 mins
Shobdon Airport – 20 mins
Birmingham International Airport – 90 mins