Roch Castle is a unique heritage property, with six luxurious bedrooms. During your stay our five star service includes a wonderful fresh, seasonal and local produce breakfast and daily housekeeping service of your room.
Explore the surrounding beaches and hills of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and return to the comfort of your very own dramatic Norman Castle.
Due to the nature of the Castle, we do not have a restaurant or bar, however, we do have a fantastic cellar of old and new world wines of which you can enjoy a glass or two in our magnificent Sunroom before you venture out for the evening. You are only a short distance away from some of Pembrokeshires finest restaurants. We are able to highly recommend local restaurants and would be more than happy to make a table reservation on your behalf.
We regret Roch Castle is not suitable for children under 11.
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The 2014 Fishguard International Music Festival will take place between 19 - 30 July.
[cid:email@example.com] Guest Toiletries are hypoallergenic and free of Parabens, Phthalates, petrochemicals, SLS/SLES and lanolin. They have been especially prepared for us as part of our comprehensive allergy free environmental programme. This programme includes VOC free paints and stains; natural oiled wood floors; 300 thread Egyptian cotton bedding with Comforel fillings and Pristine encasements and no duck feather or down; lint free curtains, carpets and furnishing fabrics; low sulphite old world wines; lime plaster walls in lieu of gypsum plaster; gluten free bakeries, cereals and snacks; allergen free ECOS washing powders and cleaners with our own laundry to ensure all laundry is completely free of allergens, dehumidifiers to maintain a steady humidity of 50% thereby reducing the spread of dust mites.
Breathtaking scenery, ancient buildings, arts and crafts and beautiful food within a few hours train or drive from London. Enjoy the walks and climbs, surf and kayaks. Explore the ancient buildings, arts and crafts. Indulge in some of the finest seafood or forage for ancient herbs. Snuggle in warmth in your castle keep after exhilarating in the autumn gales. Come, enjoy this magical place. http://www.stdavids.co.uk/activities.htm and www.stdavidsinfo.org.uk/
Above painting by Jackie Morris.
Take a look at the specially commisioned art and sculpture in Roch Castle and Penrhiw Hotel.
Pembrokeshire has attracted a large community of artists and craftsmen. You may begin exploration at Workshop Wales and Harbour Lights Gallery or Tregwynt woollen mill and Solva woollen mill whilst for music lovers St Davids Cathedral hosts a Music Festival.
Friends of Oriel y Parc, an organisation set up by local residents to support and promote this wonderful facility and it’s aims. We work with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority to encourage the development and use of the facilities afforded by Oriel y Parc.
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