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The Old Kings Arms Hotel is a Wales Tourist Board 3 Star hotel and restaurant in the heart of Pembroke, less than 200 yards from Pembroke Castle, birthplace of Henry VII - founder of the Tudor dynasty. The 17 bedroom hotel has been owned by the Wheeler family for over 50 years. The restaurant is renowned for its locally sourced Pembrokeshire produce. There is ample free private car parking to the rear of the hotel. All rooms have BT & ESPN SPORTS and free wifi.
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This hotel and restaurant is situated in the centre of Main street in the old town of Pembroke. The street it self is looking partially abandoned and depressed so this establishment stands out by still being open. The hotel itself is about average on all...More
Loved staying in this hotel.
Definitely recommend. Comfortable, warm and relaxing.
The food, the staff and their hospitality was first class. Nothing was too much bother for any of the staff.
Delightful. Will be re-visiting soon.
Ground Floor has Dining Room, Small Bar and large Breakfast Room at rear. Upstairs, TV Lounge and Function Room. Rooms good value, comfortable, clean, with en-suite facilities. Extra heater provided. Good car park (if you don't miss turning). Friendly staff. Varied menu. Good for a...More
I'd never stayed at an old inn like Old King Arms Hotel. It is steeped in history, dating back to 1522. It is also an easy, quick walk from imposing Pembroke Castle. Our room was clean, with a modern shower, and we slept well. Nothing...More
The Old Kings Arms is steeped in history from Tudor times. There is a modern touch with the pictorial tiles designed for a ship and found in an abandoned warehouse.
Our room was so comfortable with a full bath and good bed. We overlooked a...More