Bed and Breakfast Country Inn Accommodation Pembrokeshire

The rooms at the Harp have been created from 500 year old farm buildings and a courtyard has been formed making the whole area very comfortable and friendly.

All the rooms have been tastefully decorated using Laura Ashley wallpapers and curtains and are very comfortable while modern. The shower and bathrooms are all fully tiled and equipped with high quality fittings throughout. The rooms are centrally heated and there is plenty of hot water at all times.

There are six rooms, three doubles with king-size beds and ensuite shower rooms and one king-sized double with bath. There is a twin bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. Bedroom six is a twin and has been designed for both ambulant and disabled-friendly use. It has a full wet room with wheelchair access. This room is large enough to be used as a family room and travel cot is available. We also allow guide dogs in this room. 

Each of the rooms has a specially commissioned picture of the relevant beach on the wall.
Please look on our booking site to decide which room to book. We are sure your stay will be very pleasant and you will enjoy the wonderful welcome you will get from all the people, while you are in Pembrokeshire.

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.

All room rates include full breakfast.

Aberbach Room

Abercastle Room

Abereiddy Room

Amorth Room

Aberfelin Room

Abermawr Room

Namesake Beaches

Aberbach Beach (St Nicholas)
Aberbach is a small pebble beach and a great place to watch seals playing or, when the wind gets up, the waves crashing on the shore. Also a dog-friendly beach. A local legend tells of a local farmer catching a mermaid here, maybe he had been drinking the Abbot ale at the Harp.

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.

Abercastle Beach
A long narrow picturesque inlet, sheltered from the prevailing winds makes it ideal for kayakers and boats.

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.

Abereiddy Beach
Pebbles and very dark sand made of pounded grey slate form this rural beach. The same slate gives a brilliant deep blue colour to the water in the “blue lagoon”a beautiful little harbour, a breached quarry, just to the north of the beach. Perfect for dog walking, this is also a popular spot for coasteering, climbing along the cliffs at sea level, leaping into the sea if you reach an impassable bit. There is a row of old ruined cottages to explore. 

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.

Amroth Beach
A half mile long flat sandy beach. There is a huge expanse of sand at low tide for all sorts of beach games.Rockpools can be found at the western end .There are groynes at the top of the beach. Amroth Beach imposes dog restrictions to the central and western areas of the beach during the summer months between 1st May to 30th of September, however, the eastern end remains dog friendly all year round.

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.

Aberfelin Beach
A half mile long flat sandy beach. There is a huge expanse of sand at low tide for all sorts of beach games.Rockpools can be found at the western end .There are groynes at the top of the beach.

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.

Abermawr 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.

Namesake Beaches

Aberbach Beach (St Nicholas)
Aberbach is a small pebble beach and a great place to watch seals playing or, when the wind gets up, the waves crashing on the shore. A local legend tells of a local farmer catching a mermaid here, maybe he had been drinking the Abbot ale at the Harp.

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.

Abercastle Beach
A long narrow picturesque inlet, sheltered from the prevailing winds makes it ideal for kayakers and boats.

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.

Abereiddy Beach
Pebbles and very dark sand made of pounded grey slate form this rural beach. The same slate gives a brilliant deep blue colour to the water in the “blue lagoon”a beautiful little harbour, a breached quarry, just to the north of the beach. This is a popular spot for coasteering,climbing along the cliffs at sea level,leaping into the sea if you reach an impassable bit.There is a row of old ruined cottages to explore.

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.

Amroth Beach
A half mile long flat sandy beach. There is a huge expanse of sand at low tide for all sorts of beach games.Rockpools can be found at the western end .There are groynes at the top of the beach. Amroth Beach imposes dog restrictions to the central and western areas of the beach during the summer months between 1st May to 30th of September, however, the eastern end remains dog friendly all year round.

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.

Aberfelin Beach
A half mile long flat sandy beach. There is a huge expanse of sand at low tide for all sorts of beach games.Rockpools can be found at the western end .There are groynes at the top of the beach.

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.

Abermawr 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.

Cancellation Policy
Changes and cancellations to bookings made up to 7 days before the arrival date/time are without charge. Thereafter the deposit may be charged. The total value of the booking may be charged if changes/cancellations are made with less than 48 hours notice.