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St Brides Castle

Pembrokeshire, Wales
St Brides Castle Amenities

Recreation and Facilities

The recreation centre in the castle comprises a large heated indoor freeform swimming pool, an exercise room, sauna, and steam room, as well as table tennis, pool, snooker and billiards, and a library/writing room.

In the grounds, guests can enjoy three tennis courts and an artificial (all-year-round) bowling green, together with a croquet lawn and pitch and putt course in the summer months. There is a small shop selling essential provisions, as well as an information room with free Internet and Wi-Fi access in the reception building.

For children there is an adventure playground, and there is a barbecue area nearby.

Dylan's bar/bistro overlooks the pitch and putt course and is available to the occupants and their guests.

Nearby, St. Brides Haven offers a safe children's beach. There are 18-hole golf courses at Haverfordwest and Milford Haven - both of which offer concessionary rates to St. Brides Castle residents.

Shops and Restaurants

Tesco in Haverfordwest is the nearest supermarket and petrol station. Smaller village shops can be found in Broad Haven and Marloes. A number of restaurants to suit all tastes are available in and around Haverfordwest.

  • an information and sitting room
  • a kitchen
  • a luggage store (for early arrivals and late departures)
  • table tennis and a pool table
  • a free launderette
  • changing rooms and showers
  • a WC that is adapted for disabled holidaymakers.
  • swimming pool

Free internet through WiFi access is available.

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