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Palace Cinema

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Palace Cinema

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Upper Market Street, Haverfordwest SA61 1QA Wales
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North Pembrokeshire Tour
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North Pembrokeshire Tour

Departing from Tenby, our Land Rover will take you north through the spectacular Preseli Mountains and along the north Pembrokeshire coast towards Britains's smallest city, St. Davids. Highlights of this picturesque tour will include Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber, the Gwaun Valley, Porthgain Harbour and St. David's Cathedral.<br><br>We use the legendary Land Rover Defender 110, equipped with six forward facing seats for added comfort and viewing hight. The vehicle holds a full Private Hire License from Pembrokeshire County Council.
$114.88 per adult
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John wrote a review Feb 2020
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I love going to this cinema. It is beautifully old fashioned. So friendly, convenient, comfortable and enjoyable. One of a kind and very sad to read the odd negative comment. It’s not a stereotypical, character-free multiplex. Plenty of those around, but this cinema is special. Long may it survive.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Sarah wrote a review Jan 2020
Fishguard, United Kingdom5 contributions2 helpful votes
Yes, this place is old but that doesn't take away a nice night out watching a movie. The old board floors on the balcony add to this place's charm. The sound is perfect and not over the top like some cinema chains. Clean and tidy. And just under a fiver per adult and not costing a mortgage for a night out. And with new releases often on the day of general release. Long may this place keep going.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Evan B wrote a review Sep 2019
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The title should tell you all you need to know about the negative reviews, not to mention the majority of them are from years ago. Currently they have super friendly and helpful staff, the food available, whilst it is a small selection, does offer the basic candy's, popcorn, soft drinks and hot drinks aswel. The seats are pretty comfortable and there is no smell of "damp" as some reviews might suggest. They have 4k screens like most of your typical city style multiplex cinemas and a really good sound system aswel, needless to say its inexpensive and has the latest blockbusters available. You get what you pay for and that's a pleasant cinema experience with all the essentials, include well kept toilets, the same cannot be said for some of those in the city or large town multiplex cinemas.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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LucyMc73 wrote a review Jul 2019
Exeter, United Kingdom4 contributions3 helpful votes
We wanted to see ‘Yesterday’. We were told that our daughter, who is a wheelchair user, would not be allowed to go in because there is no plan to get disabled people out of the cinema if there is a fire- the screen was up 2 flights of stairs with no access. I pointed out that this is discrimination against my daughter. The staff member said that it isn’t because they post this information on their website. I said that that doesn’t make it not discrimination, that just means that they publicise their discrimination. He said that it’s not discrimination because it’s not just my daughter that they don’t allow in. I said ‘no, it’s all people with a significant disability that you don’t allow in.’. He then sarcastically said ‘well aren’t you a wonderful person’. Just so rude. My daughter said that it hurt her heart.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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TheMrsJacobs wrote a review Jul 2019
Fishguard, United Kingdom4 contributions2 helpful votes
If you're expecting an Odean or a multiplex with it's impersonal sameness, all be it with top rate sound and film quality because you're a techno quality controller I suggest you find somewhere else. If however you want to cue like the old days with or without your grandchildren and children (for me the latter was, true excitement building all the while) you will pay very little for tickes to watch a current film on either of 2 screens (3 different films are usually available at different times of day) you'll sit in old school velvet seats with more leg room than you would in the local Vue in a charming picture theatre. Fabulous family friendly experience
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Date of experience: July 2019
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