The Harp Inn

31 Haverfordwest Road, Letterston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5UA, Wales

Welsh Tourist Board

The Harp Inn is over 500 years old as a public house and was a working farm until 1972. It sits in the foothills of the Preseli mountains and on the edge of the world famous Pembrokeshire National Park with its coastal path offering some of the most beautiful walks in Britain.

Six delightful rooms from 500 year old cowsheds to create a courtyard. The rooms are really comfortable and you will feel very special. There is a twin room with full wet room facilities to assist disabled guests.

The Harp Inn is well known throughout Wales for good food. There are two great places to eat, your home and ours - welcome to ours! Open all day, seven days a week, all year. Our aim is to make your visit as enjoyable as possible, you come here only once a stranger.

Situated in an area of outstanding beauty with many unspoilt and relatively quiet beaches, wonderful cliff top/mountain walks and a host of leisure activities, including golf courses, horse-riding, sea and coarse fishing. There are also many attractions to keep the children happy if the weather is inclement.

A perfect base for a holiday, short break or overninght stay. We are just 6 miles from the ferry-port serving Ireland.

Facilities

Please confirm your exact requirements prior to booking

  • Facilities for children
  • Special provision for disabled visitors

Availability

Please contact the owner/operator for up to date availability.

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