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Narberth

Narberth is a market town situated mid-way between Tenby in the south and Cardigan in the north. From east or west, it is easy to reach via the A40.


The centre of Narberth is dominated by the old market house, now used as a visitor centre. This is well worth going into. There are also several interesting small shops, pubs and cafes - we have enjoyed meals at the Angel Inn. The Queens Hall has concerts, drama, exhibitions, etc. A street carnival is held in mid-summer.

The remains of a 13th century castle, ruined for 500 years, sits above the approach road from the south. Thanks to safety work by CADW and Pembrokeshire County Council, the castle is now open to the public.

Narberth's central location makes it ideal as a base for discovering all of Pembrokeshire's delights.





HOW TO GET THERE

Narberth is on the A478 just south of its junction with the A40.

It is also accessible by rail from Tenby and Swansea.



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