The Globe – Angle

The Globe is a superb country mansion in the heart of the peaceful coastal village of Angle on the Pembrokeshire coast.  Built in 1904 in  “colonial style”, listed Grade II, it’s just been renovated and upgraded to provide luxury comfort, technology and style with original art and both modern and traditional touches to all its rooms

Built as a hotel – it’s carved in big letters on the wall,  it served as the main pub with rooms in the village until the early 1990s, was then renovated and used for holiday lets. Now it’s a grand mansion again, the cast iron staircase stripped back to its original metal, new slate flagstones on the floor, luxury ensuite bathrooms, chic semi-commercial kitchen, solar boosted heating, and wi-fi  everywhere, making it a luxurious spacious and comfortable place to stay.

This unique Edwardian property is particularly suitable for large groups, children of all ages and pets are welcome too. As well as all the inside amenities, a large, garden, barbecue and an eight-person hot tub provide everything you need for a luxurious holiday in one of the most beautiful parts of Pembrokeshire. Within walking distance of West Angle  Bay beach, the coastal path and beautiful countryside, with country inns, ancient monuments and a friendly welcome, Angle is a pretty village and this property is the perfect choice for larger family groups.  Ample parking for up to ten cars, secure garden



The Globe – Angle
Main Street
SA71 5AT


T: 01646641110


Dog friendly: Yes



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