St Lawrence Guest House
The St Lawrence is the perfect base from which to discover and explore all that Pembrokeshire has to offer, being situated on the edge of the Pembrokeshire National Park yet within a stone’s throw of Tenby’s bustling, narrow medieval streets, restaurants, pubs and cafés. A spacious home set within nineteen acres of pasture and woodland looking towards the sea, Caldey Island and beyond (on a clear day you can even see Exmoor on the horizon), it’s an award winning B&B where nothing is too much trouble. Philip and Pippa welcome guests into their home as if they were long lost friends, managing to find just the right combination of attention and friendliness without detracting from the sense of space, peace and tranquility guests get from staying here. The attention to detail is often remarked upon, and the five en-suite guest bedrooms are homely and inviting with all the comforts you might expect and more, with crisp, white bed-linen, fluffy towels, bathrobes, toiletries … and even binoculars to make the most of the views. The large, comfy lounge with its log-burner and the bright conservatory where the award-winning breakfasts are served complete this picture of Pembrokeshire hospitality at its best.