Dyfed Poultry society offers this list as suggestions only & cannot be held responsible for the service you receive. We add & remove places on members' advice.

During the County Show Pembrokeshire Agricultural Society block books for Judges' accomodation. If you are considering exhibiting, or even visiting, during that period it pays to book early.


Premier Inn

Within walking distance of the Showground. New hotel, November 2014.


Beggars Reach

Top of list because the DPS Show Dinner is held here. Some 6 miles south of Haverfordwest, in a stunning rural location.


A small village 6 miles east of Haverfordwest, just off the A40. Several B&Bs plus The Bush Inn in walking distance.

Highland Grange

From their website: "At Highland Grange discover quality accommodation where we look forward to meeting our guests at all times of the year. 3 Star spacious ground floor accommodation situated in Central South Pembrokeshire bordering the National Park. This is the place where guests return from all over the world to relax, enjoy our generous Welsh hospitality and enjoy their time in Pembrokeshire."
"A working farm with Farmland to either side and friendly Shetland ponies in the paddock. Located in a small hilltop village, the bungalow is in an elevated position set back off the A40. There are panoramic views from various areas which include the Norman Castle at Llawhaden and Preseli Mountains to the North. The village has a lovely old Church, the fine 13th century tower dominates the landscape for miles around. A newsagents and petrol filling station is only 50 metres away."

Bank Farm Guest House

From their website: "Although no longer farmed, the farm buildings dates from around 1740, and have a wealth of charm and character. The four en-suite bedrooms are located in their own section of the run of Bank Farm and have the advantage of having their own entrance so guests can come and go as they please. They have been tastefully refurbished to provide well appointed and comfortable accommodation. The outstanding breakfasts, using locally sourced ingredients where ever possible, and the well appointed accommodation make Bank Farm a bed and breakfast not to be missed, offering excellent value for money."

Canton House

No website. Tel: 01834 860620


A hamlet just across the A40 from Robeston Wathen

Green Grove Farm

From their website: "Private parking and tea on arrival, guests have there own comfortable lounge where you can just relax or have a game of pool in the conservatory in the long summer evening you can enjoy a refreshing drink on the patio over looking the garden and appreciate the vast bird life."

Canaston Oaks

Boutique B&B


Deblyn Guesthouse

No website. Tel 01437 764 219

Boulston Manor

From their website: "The beautiful tree lined driveway that sweeps its' way along the Western Cleddau to Boulston Manor is the first indication that you are leaving the rest of the world behind you and entering a place where peace, tranquility and relaxation are at the top of the agenda."
"This is bed and breakfast in Pembrokeshire at its finest set in the truly inspiring surroundings you can get on a country manor house estate."

Chepstow House

From a webpage: 'We are a small, family-run business, with much to offer. Here at "Chepstow", you are guaranteed a warm family welcome - we will do everything possible to make your stay a comfortable, convenient and pleasant one, with both long and short stays on offer.'

College Guest House

From their website: "College Guest House is a three storey, Grade II listed late Georgian town house built in 1837. In 1888 the house was turned into a Baptist college known as the Baptist college of Haverfordwest, founded by Rev. Thomas Evans of Bethesda chapel and was closed in 1894 when it amalgamated with a college in Aberwyswyth. The house retains much of its orignal charm."

Haroldston Hall

From their website: 'During medieval times Haroldston Hall is said to have been the seat of the "Lord of Haroldston". From then until Victorian times it has been the home of yeomen and their familes.'
"It came into prominence in the 19th Century when it was in the ownership of Sir William Walters, banker and High Sheriff of the County. he was then succeeded by his son Sir William Howell Walters, also High Sheriff."
"The hall has been in the present owner's family for over 60 years."

East Hook Farm

From their website: "East Hook Farm is a working beef and sheep farm, plus Richard's pony. Surrounded by beautiful farmland, ideal for walking, horse riding, bird watching or simply a place to escape, unwind and switch off. We have stabling available for riding holidays."


North Headborough

From their website: "North Headborough is a double fronted, south facing, Pembrokeshire farmhouse. Guests have their own section of the house with their own entrance and lounge. There is plenty of parking space and no passing traffic."