The Harp at Letterston

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Where are we?

Situated on the A40 between Fishguard and Haverfordwest, We're easy to find and have plenty of parking.

Using Sat Nav to find us?

Here's the postcode:
SA62 5UA

Is disabled access an issue for you?

We have full disabled access throughout the pub and restaurant making it easy for anyone with limited mobility to eat here at The Harp at Letterston.

Guide dogs are welcome inside the pub (other dogs can eat with you in the pub garden on sunny days).

Abermawr Door Sign

Abermawr Room - Disabled Friendly Bed and Breakfast

Aberfelin Bathroom

Room has been tastefully decorated using Laura Ashley wallpapers and curtains and are very comfortable while modern. The shower is fully tiled and equipped with high quality fittings throughout.

The room is centrally heated and there is plenty of hot water at all times.Twin room with walk in shower and wet room with full disabled facilities.

Wheelchair Access
Tea / Coffee Making
Ensuite Bathroom

Includes full breakfast

Abermawr BeachAbermawr Beach

Abermawr is a remote rural beach with a pebble bank, backed by earth cliffs. Low tide exposes tree stumps buried in the sand, the remains if a forest drowned by a sudden flood as an ice sheet melted 8000 years ago. The stumps have been perfectly preserved by salt. Behind the beach is an interesting ruined cottage, a wildlife rich marshy area and bluebell woods climbing the hill at the southern end.

There is a specially commissioned picture of the relevant beach on the wall of your room.

Pembrokeshire possibly has some of the finest beaches in Britain, yet they remain largely unspoilt. Our room names have been chosen for location relative to the Harp but represent only a minor part of the wonderful beaches in the county.

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The Harp at Letterston, offering 4 star bed and breakfast accommodation in Pembrokeshire
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