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Lovesgrove Country Guest House

(77 Guest Reviews)

Guest Ratings

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Review Summary

  • Rooms 4.9
  • Value 4.9
  • Friendliness 5.0
  • Cleanliness 5.0
  • Facilities 4.8
  • Service 4.9
  • Location 4.7

Review Overall Rating

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Lovesgrove Country Guest House Information

Accommodation type

Guest house

Facilities

  • Non-smoking (throughout)
  • Adjoining rooms
  • Bar
  • Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
  • Ironing facilities
  • Lounge
  • On-site parking
  • Free parking
  • Secure parking
  • Long-term parking

Children's Facilities

  • Cots
  • Highchairs

Business Facilities

  • Internet connection (wireless)

Policies

  • Check in: 16:00 till 21:00
  • Check out: 10:30
  • Child Policy: Children welcome
  • Smoking Policy: No smoking
  • Pets: No pets

Description

John, Jane & the Kilcoyne family welcome you to their guest house set in the lush meadowland a short distance from the historic town of Pembroke. We are in an ideal location to provide families, couples and business executives with a tranquil haven from the stresses of every day life. At Lovesgrove we have ten bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities. Each room has remote control colour television with DVD player. A hospitality tray with a selection of hot drinks and locally produced bottled water is also provided. Visit a county of castles, the highlight on our doorstep, being Pembroke Castle the birthplace of King Henry VII. Relax on Britain's finest beaches with golden sands at Barafundle and Broad Haven. Visit the most popular holiday towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot. A surfers paradise at Freshwater West, this is also the Hollywood film location where Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett saved the day in Robin Hood. Another blockbuster, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was also filmed at Freshwater West. This is where Dobby's Shell Cottage was build in the sand dunes. Walk in the footsteps of Harry, Hermione and Ron. All this surrounded by the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. 186 miles of wild and rugged coastline. Secluded beaches, castle ruins and sleepy fishing villages are a few of the sights you will see on this walk which skirts the Pembrokeshire National Park. Breath in the scent of wild herbs and flowers as you follow undulating cliff top trails, listening to waves crashing in the sea caves below. Watch for Puffins and Seals who enjoy the coastal habitat and take a well deserved rest in one of the many secluded caves en route. This walk will leave you energised, revived and will inspire the senses. We are one mile from the Irish Ferry Terminal and we welcome travellers whatever the hour. Surrounded by farmland the views are as peaceful as the accommodation. It is not, "What do we provide?" We provide what you require. Just ask.

On-site parking, Free parking, Secure parking, Long-term parking,

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