Narberth area guide
Narberth is a popular market town located in the heart of Pembrokeshire. The town itself is appreciated for its sense of individuality, boasting a range of boutiques and shops appealing to those of a more artistic nature, coupled with a strong emphasis on independent, local business. Recently voted as one of the 10 best places to live in Wales by The Sunday Times (as part of their ‘Best Places to Live in Britain’ guide), it’s not hard to see why when you consider the delightful Edwardian and Georgian buildings which have been converted to provide a range of amenities including award winning cafes, pubs and restaurants, plus clothes shops, antique shops and a music shop.
Other town attractions include a museum, Narberth castle and also the Queens Hall which hosts a number of events including music, comedy evenings and more.
The nearby towns and villages in the areas that we cover are predominantly rural and semi-rural and they benefit from the facilities in Narberth whilst being away from the hustle and bustle of busy town life. Many of these locations boast countryside views and in some you can see the picturesque Preseli Mountains, which are beautiful to look at and approximately 12 miles from Narberth.
The main A40 road is an essential link between these locations and the larger towns of Haverfordwest, Carmarthen and Cardigan, with their wider selection of shops and supermarkets. From Narberth, Haverfordwest is only approximately 11 miles away, Carmarthen approximately 20 miles and likewise Cardigan approximately 20 miles also.
The Pembrokeshire coastline is a big attraction to the County, especially for families, and from Narberth the coastal towns of Tenby, Saundersfoot and Amroth are all within 10 miles. With families also in mind, there are a wide range of excellent local Infant, Primary, Secondary and Private Schools.