Surrounded by the wonderful local produce of Pembrokeshire and our very own kitchen garden it is not surprising that we are very passionate about our food and drink.
The Grove has lots to offer from an informal lunch on the terrace, a fabulous afternoon tea in one of the lounges, maybe something off our bar menu or dine in one of the two most romantic restaurants in Wales. We have two options to choose from, our stunning Fernery restaurant for fine dining and our quirky Artisan Rooms for a more relaxed dining experience. Wherever you choose, our team prepare all our food from the highest quality ingredients served with real care and a warm smile.

Simply one of the best places to eat and drink in Pembrokeshire, our hidden restaurants, located in such a secluded location provide a discreet and extra special dining experience. As stated in the Michelin guide restaurant review: "The Grove, which is becoming one of Wales' premier dining destinations". We hope you go away feeling that it was an experience that you will remember.

If you're staying in Pembrokeshire and looking for places to eat to enjoy great food, fine wines and the best service, then come to the Grove of Narberth.

Afternoon Tea

Grove of Narberth is renowned as the perfect place to relax in luxury with an exquisite afternoon tea. Enjoy in one of our beautiful dining rooms, the snug or on a sunny terrace overlooking our little stream.

Afternoon tea at Grove luxury hotel Wales

Fine dining in The Fernery

The Fernery offers a truly intimate and exceptional dining experience. Our Executive Head Chef draws his inspiration from our locality, so you can expect the best of Pembrokeshire produce together with the fabulous vegetables and herbs picked daily from our very own kitchen gardens.

Relaxed dining in The Artisan Rooms

The Artisan Rooms offers a relaxed dining experience in these stylish rooms. The menu has been inspired by the best of Welsh ingredients, good food, simply prepared. Our Artisan Rooms welcome children and is also a dog friendly restaurant, but please check availability when booking of this part of the restaurant.

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Private Dining

For that special occasion when you want an intimate dining experience, the Grove can create just the right atmosphere for you and your partner, or party of guests.

If you’d like to book a private dining experience, call us on +44 (0)1834 860 915 or email us at info@thegrove-narberth.co.uk and we will reply to you right away.

Cocktail Bar & Lounges

Our four lounges and fabulous cocktail bar provide lots of quiet places to relax. Whether you wish to browse the daily newspapers in front of a crackling fire or take a good book to the most comfortable of armchairs, you are spoilt for choice.

Wine Cellar

Catriona Mcgregor, our Head Sommelier is always on the look-out for wonderful new wines and beverages.

Working closely with our wine partners, she has developed an exciting selection of over 200 fine wines from a diverse cross section of regions...

Picnic Hamper

If you are heading out to explore the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline or simply wanting to find a spot to relax in our garden, we have a range of picnics to help you enjoy the perfect lunch outdoors.

Each of our delicious hampers are specially prepared by our chefs...

Picnic hampers at Grove luxury hotel Wales

Gift Ideas

Our dining experiences are available as Gift Vouchers...

Kitchen & Herb Garden

Our kitchen garden provides a harvest of delicious home-grown produce every year. This year, we are proud to say it will produce over 70 varieties of vegetables, summer fruits and herbs for our restaurant.

As our head chef firmly believes – the quality...

Kitchen and herb garden at Grove luxury hotel Wales
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Festive Dining

Enjoy a Christmas to remember at the Grove, filled with traditional treats and joyful cheer.  Whether you’re looking to share a festive lunch with colleagues, toast Christmas Day with family or see in the New Year with friends, we have it all covered with a host of special menus created by Head Chef Douglas Balish.