Travel Tuesday – The Grove. Breathtaking Boutique Holiday Cottages!

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The Grove, Narberth is one of Wales’ finest boutique country house hotels and boasts an award-winning restaurant headed up by head chef Duncan Barham.Surrounded by manicured lawns, flower borders, meadows and mature trees, they also have four traditional cottages that are full of character – with interiors individually designed to the highest standards. self catering holiday cottages for family pembrokeshire

The four converted stone cottages are set just apart from The Grove main house within the 26 acres of grounds. The view from the windows is out over the Preseli mountains, and the Pembrokeshire National Park is a short trip for stunning country walks.

reseli hills family holiday

Rather brilliantly, their brand new ‘Family of Four’ spring package includes a free gardening lesson for the children with The Grove’s head gardener. This means they’ll be able to head out into the extensive kitchen garden to learn about all the different fruit, veg and herbs that are cultivated, as well as searching out some of the creepy crawlies that call the garden home. Children of families staying in the self-catering cottages can also pick some veg themselves to take back and have cooked up with the family.

gardeinig at the grove narbeth

The package also includes complimentary tickets for a family of four to Folly Farm, Wales’ premier family-friendly attraction. There’s also scope to dive into a special kids’ menu in the restaurant, enjoy some traffic-free cycling or head down to one of Pembrokeshire’s many picturesque beaches.

the grove narbeth cottages

For your chance to spend a relaxing week with your family in one of The Grove, Narberth’s luxury self-catering holiday cottages, a week long ‘Family of Four’ Spring package in June costs just £980.

Author: Laura

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