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A classy, quirky 20-room B&B with a surprisingly good restaurant and bar. Set in a quiet, idyllic location overlooking a tidal river estuary, it is surrounded by unspoilt pastures, woodlands and meadows, and offers walks galore, wonderful wildlife, gentle outdoor sports, historic ruins to explore and lots of blissful silence.

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Wendy Gomersall
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Freelance journalist Wendy Gomersall writes for a number of national and international newspapers, magazines and websites. She spent ten years on staff at the Daily Mail before going freelance, and now specialises in travel.



The 650-acre Slebech Park Estate, Wiston, is around 15 minutes drive and a world away from Haverfordwest, the nearest town of any size. The B&B has a truly stunning location in the heart of the estate, overlooking an estuary with little other evidence of mankind in sight; it has to be the ultimate getaway. Picton Castle Gardens with the Welsh Owl is worth a visit, plus Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII, and St David's, Britain's smallest city, for its handsome cathedral and a boat trip out to see seals and seabirds.

By car: around 2 hours from Cardiff, 3 hours 45 minutes from Birmingham and 4 hours 30 minutes from London. Free on-site parking.

By train: direct trains to Haverfordwest from Cardiff (3 hours 15 minutes) and Manchester Piccadilly (6 hours). The hotel is a 10-minute drive from the station. Book trains to Haverfordwest.

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The look is definitely quirky and very special, but it's also classy and tasteful, with the very best use made of fine materials such as Welsh slate, brickwork and local stones, and the most distinctive, original features retained and expertly incorporated into the designs to make each room special. Plans are in hand to resurrect the site's gorgeous Georgian manor house, and we can't wait to see that.


The vibe is very country house hotel with a twist, with unobtrusive but attentive service and lots of thoughtful touches to make guests' experiences special - detailed maps for estate walks, umbrellas to borrow and boot and paw cleaning station for man and best friend. There's tennis, croquet, cricket, badminton and cycling, and spa treatments can be arranged on request.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Tennis court
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Each room has a unique, always supremely tasteful, design - the Loose Box room with retained stable features is the probably the quirkiest and horse lovers would adore it. Each room comes with a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee-making facilities plus nibbles such as Welsh cakes, biccies and Tregoes scrumptious toffee waffles, deliciously-scented toiletries and top-quality bedding.

Room types: Granary Room, Classic Room, Deluxe Room, Luxury Room, Family Room

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi


Currently, the smart, bijou restaurant is only open for dinner from Thursday to Saturday, so you must time your trip to coincide. Chef Matt James's imaginative menu includes delicious yummies such as halloumi fries with honey and pomegranate yoghurt. A continental breakfast of juice, cereals, pastries and the like is usually included in the room rate, with cooked breakfast extra - try laverbread, sautéed cockles, fried bread and thick bacon for a change.

The Restaurant: relaxed dining room, estuary views. Local produce, seasonal menus. All-day menu, open daily. Afternoon tea served 3-5pm.

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