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Voted Best Place to Live in Wales by the Sunday Times, quirky little Narberth is a real jewel in Pembrokeshire’s crown. Along the high street, independent shops sell everything from the most delicious deli food to fine art, and the eateries dotted around the town will fulfil your every whim – tapas, street food, steak, pub grub, pizza, fine dining – it’s all here. Narbeth Museum also has an extensive bookshop – perfect for a bit of holiday reading in the castle ruins!

Where To Eat:

Describing themselves as a ‘Tap and Food Hall’, Hwb is a new addition to Narberth, with 4 street food-style vendors operating at any one time (tacos, Thai, dirty fries and burgers were on the menu last time we visited) plus an almost-overwhelming selection of beer and cider from independent breweries to choose from. Hwb have regular Tap Takeovers from local breweries, and live music to make the evening go with a swing. If you can’t decide on a drink then we’d recommend the Taster Board to help you find your favourite!

Tucked away on the High Street but also featured in the Times ‘Best Delis’ in 2022, Ultracomida is a foodies’ paradise! Go through the deli area at the front (you may get struggle to get past the gorgeous selection of food here but battle on) to the restaurant at the rear, where you’ll find a menu bursting with freshly prepared tapas and chef’s specials. The Spanish breakfast options are a must if you’re staying nearby! Oh Crumbs! is our go-to when we need a pick-me up after a long dog walk. They’re dog-friendly, vegetarian, ethical, organic and locally-sourced wherever possible, which ticks all the boxes for a guilt-free treat! Oh Crumbs! serve meals and snacks all day and into the early evening and have a regular board game night to help you drag the kids away from the TV!

Fernery Restaurant at the Grove is  something really special, head out to the 3 AA Rosette Fernery Restaurant, just outside of Narberth. Executive Head Chef Douglas Balish serves up beautiful dishes worthy of an art gallery at times, using the highest quality seasonal produce and vegetables grown in the restaurant’s own garden. Enjoy a 5 or 8 course tasting menu, or treat yourself to Afternoon Tea.

Crowded room with band at the back

Things To Do:

A trip to Narberth isn’t complete without a browse around all the independent shops; from gorgeous delis like Wisebuys, full of tempting goodies, to galleries like the Golden SheafOriel QNarberth Pottery, and the antiques and vintage shops often featured on programmes like Antiques Road Trip – Bazaar Vintage & Antique WarehouseNarberth Antiques and Interiors, Useful & Beautiful Things, and Malthouse Antiques, which is hidden up a tiny lane off the High Street. Narberth also has two zero-waste shops, so you can do your part for the planet even when you’re on holiday!

Aside from shopping, Narberth offers plenty of other attractions:

Queen’s Hall is in the heart of Narberth and features performances from live bands, comedy gigs, plays, dance and film nights. Pop in for coffee or a meal or look at the exhibitions in the gallery. Learn to wakeboard and boulder, challenge yourself at the aquapark or experience the thrill on the ringo rides at Wild Lakes WalesThis is a great day out for anyone who loves the water! Tuck into mouth-watering food at the tipi to end your day the right way.

Whether you want to ride thrilling rides at Oakwood Theme Park, get active at Heatherton, meet the tigers, rhinos and other beautiful creatures at Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo and Manor Wildlife Park, or travel back in time and have fun and games with the dinosaurs at Dinosaur Park, there are plenty of exciting adventures to be had on your next trip!

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