About Rosedene Guest House

Explore the National Park from a peaceful village location midway historic Pembroke and lively Tenby. You'll find our 4* guesthouse next to the village green in a very picturesque village. We are within a mile of the coastal footpath and the spectacular scenery at Freshwater East. Each room is individually decorated and furnished to a very high standard. All are en-suite and 5 have their own private garden patios. One room has a luxurious 4-poster and another is sutiable for wheelchair users. Our breakfasts are multi-choise and can be full and hearty - using only the freshest of local produce - or healthy eating. Try us, you won't be disappointed.

A narrow lane alongside Rosedene winds its way for about a mile to the coastal footpath, with spectacular views of long sandy beaches and small coves. In Spring the cliffs provide a hideaway for nesting birds and in late Summer the Atlantic Grey Seal can sometimes be glimpsed basking on rocks with her pup. The easily accessible beach at Freshwater East is just 1.5 miles whilst the idyllic Barafundle Bay is just 5 miles. Clues to Pembrokeshire's Norman history and ancient past are all around with magnificent castles at Pembroke and Carew and a ruined palace at Lamphey. There's plenty to do in this fascinating County - riding, fishing, walking, golf, water sports and boat trips being just a few. Excellent local shops, pubs and restaurants are within easy reach and both Pembroke and Tenby are thriving holiday centres.

Rosedene's colourful window boxes and borders will be appreciated by the gardeners amongst you, whilst gourmets will find our menus imaginative and mouthwatering. Vegetarians are welcome as are lovers of interesting and varied wines.
Rosedene is friendly and comfortable, being maintained and furnished with attention to detail. All bedrooms are on the groundfloor, having en-suite tiled showers or bath with overhead shower. Each room is tastefully decorated with co-ordinated furnishings, colour T.V., courtesy tray, information packs, etc. Small luxury touches give additional pleasure, whilst oil-fired central heating ensures a welcome whatever the season. Single, double, twin or family rooms are available - six out of the seven bedrooms having private garden patios. Additionally, one bedroom has a 4-poster and another a king-sized bed.

The guesthouse is wheel-chair friendly, having ramped entrance and easy access to all reception rooms (there are no steps within the house). One bedroom has been specifically built for the disabled, with wheel-in showere room and ramped access to garden patio. This room can be used either as a double or twin-bedded room.

And finally, some previous guests' comments....................

we have stayed at many hotels around the world & I don't think we have ever stayed in a better place. The house was spotless, the food excellent & the attention to detail extremely impressive - Garry & Sue Mason, 15/9/03

this has got to be one of the best, if not actually the best guest house in the whole United Kingdom - Commander A.G. Davies, 27/9/03

Everything was just perfect! We had such a relaxing time & the food was out of this world! - Emily & Chris O'Shea, 7/5/03

this is a very fine place to stay. Having a private patio is a splendid idea - Paul & Heather Jeffery, 15/8/03


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