Gwynfryn Guesthouse

Gwynfryn guest house provides luxury accommodation in Tavernspite, a small picturesque village about 6 miles (9.7 km) southeast of Narberth in Pembrokeshire, southwest Wales. It lies on the B4314 Pendine to Templeton road, on the border with Carmarthenshire.



Chances are that if you were travelling into Pembrokeshire from south Wales 200 years ago that you would have passed through Tavernspite as it formed part of the regular mail coach route. Originally there was just one building an inn called Tafarn Ysbyty that was believed to have once been a hospice for pilgrims to St Davids and built by the monks of Whitland Abbey.

An area with intriguing history, a maze of by roads to explore on foot or cycling. With stunning scenic views of the Preseli Mountains, on the north side of the house and distant coastal views on the south side.



Gwynfryn Guesthouse
Gwynfryn Guesthouse
SA34 0NL


T: 01834831246


Dog friendly: No



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Mon 6th July. Visitor attractions reopened to day visitors.

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