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Slebech Park
Ranked #3 of 6 Hotels in Haverfordwest
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed April 15, 2014

Good room, good food and a good location for sightseeing up to St Davids or down to Tenby. The room we had was fitted out to a high standard. The restaurant is very pleasant and food was excellent quality. We found it to be a central location for visiting the Pembrokeshire area and it's wonderful beaches. Would stay again if visiting the area.

  • Stayed: April 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 13, 2014

We spent three nights here and enjoyed ourselves very much; as did the dog! The site, set in a 600 acre farming estate and overlooking the river estuary, simply could not be bettered. Our room (a lovely lounge and spacious bedroom) had the most comfortable bed I have ever come across in a hotel at any price.
The restaurant provides wonderful breakfasts, fine lunches and some really lovely dinners. I have eaten better food, but only at places like The Grove or Le Gavroche, and they charge very considerably more. £25 for three courses here represents outstanding value.
The hotel is in the process of a major investment of new money, to provide new bar/lounge etc., but I have to say that none of the on-going work detracted from our enjoyment. When we met builders around the site they were invariably very friendly, and this goes for the hotel staff, for whom nothing was too much trouble.
Slebech Park is ideally placed for walking many sections of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, and this is what we did. Adventure parks and water parks are nearby, if that is what you prefer!

Room Tip: Our room was an Executive Double with its own lounge. Worth every penny, especially as we had a ver...
  • Stayed: April 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 6, 2014

As mentioned in recent reviews much needed improvements to the hotel's facilities are in the pipeline . The service , staff , food and location are all fine . Our room was too hot even though the window was kept open and our dog had to be carefully placed on the floor to avoid the underfloor hot pipes .

We only used our room and the restaurant as we were not made aware of any other facilities for guests .

The hotel is expensive when compared to motels and ones abroad but my wife and I had a welcome stay recently ( but the weather could have been better !)

Stayed: April 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 1, 2014

Wonderful hotel in a wonderful setting ! What a find. We were lucky enough to stay on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast special deal but would have no hesitations now in staying on a normal rate after experiencing fine food and most comfortable rooms. A pleasant drive through the woods led to an exquisite setting on the banks of the Cleddau, with tranquil and interesting views of an ever changing river bed and its variety of birds, with lovely walks in the grounds and along the riverbank. The rooms were very well equipped, bedding and linen of the best quality and the food at both dinner and breakfast superb. The young staff were very polite, helpful and friendly. A most enjoyable first stay, definitely not the last ! Thank you.

Room Tip: Always enquire about room locations, views etc. on booking. A satisfied customer is the best adverti...
  • Stayed: March 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 28, 2014

No doubt many of us amuse ourselves reading reviews of various establishments. We're all experts now! Yet not so expert, some of us , as to ascertain the exact whereabouts and incomparable setting of Slebech Park hotel before we embark on our visits. It is OFF the A40 but is hardly in some impenetrable wilderness, see all those moans in several previous reviews!
The estuarine setting of this hotel is superb and oh so peaceful. Our latest stay was enhanced in that it coincided with a very generous cut price offer. Food both at breakfast and in evenings was excellent and substantial , efficiently and charmingly served.
Great! An asset for Pembrokeshire . Naturally we will return, again and again.

  • Stayed: March 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 21, 2014

If you want a country house hotel with chintzy sofas, hunting prints and a snoring labrador in front of the fire, Slebech Park is not for you. As a veteran of hotels of all grades in more than 100 countries over forty years, I rate this as a corporate event/function hotel, rather confirmed by the permanent marquee pitched outside. Our room was a branch of Lloyds Bank with a very large and comfortable bed in it. The dining room also lacks character, despite the unplastered stone walls. Tables are uniform, dark-varnished, without tablecloths. Almost no pictures, but 15ft vertical mustard-coloured radiators.

But the location of the hotel (a converted coach-house and servants quarters to the larger private house next door- looks more like a penitentiary) is superb, right on the estuary with a 14ft tidal flow. Canada geese, swans, oystercatchers, curlew and sandpiper come and go. Dining outside on the terrace in summer would be splendid.

Breakfast is excellent and varied. Especially delicious bacon, and try the sauteed cockles with lava bread. Food at dinner is also very good, and the menu changes daily, quite enough variation for our four-night stay. The wine-list is adequate, reasonably priced, but a bit unadventurous.

Staff are polite and efficient, but not charmers. Service is brisk and lacks style - of the formalistic 'enjoy your meal' and 'have a nice day' variety. I would prefer them not to bother. And the dining-room music is awful - female, strangulated tonsils 'lurv you till the end of time'. We asked for it to be turned down morning and evening, and the tape only changed on the fourth day.

Other random comments:
- dogs are tolerated but not obviously welcomed.
- there was no electric shaver point in the bathroom, which had a glass sliding door, which means your partner is woken up in the night.
- the room also had a heat sensitive light over the desk, of no obvious purpose, which our labrador set off from time to time.
- our room was not made up on one of the four days.
- the fire-alarm went off at 0430 one morning.
- a new bar is at present under construction.

Stayed: March 2014
1  Thank Geoff B
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bestinwales, Manager at Slebech Park, responded to this reviewResponded March 23, 2014

Slebech Park very purposely sets out to be different from the chinzy sofas and hunting prints. As this guest so adequately describes this is a very special location and we would not want to take away from that with fussy décor.

Being where we are in the middle of a 600 acre estate, we very much encourage dogs and especially hope they will enjoy the walks on the estate and in Slebech Forest beyond. We do ask owners to respect a dog owner's code in order not to upset those guests that are not so canine friendly and of course regulation dictates that only guide dogs are allowed in areas where food is being served.

We are pleased that this guests so enjoyed the food at both breakfast and dinner when he had t he opportunity to try some of the exceptional meat that we are able to source from local butchers.

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Reviewed March 20, 2014

We live in Pembrokeshire and are forever looking for decent eateries which are hard to find unfortunately. We often end up with expensive bills and leaving disappointed. Not the case at Slebech Park.

We managed to buy a lunchtime 'winter warmer' voucher for just £20 for 2 people which entitled you to 2 courses each. At this price we thought if it's rubbish then it's no big deal. To be fair some of the reviews here don't instil you with much confidence, but go with an open mind.

We had absolutely nothing to be concerned about. The food was fantastic, the service was attentive but not over the top and the setting is beautiful. We both enjoyed the meal very much and it was an absolute bargain for £20. We had drinks and desserts as well which added another £17 to the bill, but it was well worth it for the quality of food, service and setting.

The only comparable restaurant we have been to in Pembrokeshire is Llys Meddyg in Newport which is also excellent, but more pricey and not in such an amazing setting.

The only slight blip was bit of a cock up with the desserts in that it seemed I was served my dessert which should have gone to another table, so my partner and the partner of the person on the other table were kept waiting 10 minutes or so for their desserts.

We will definitely be going back.

  • Stayed: March 2014, traveled as a couple
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Address: Slebech, Haverfordwest SA62 4AX, Wales
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Location: United Kingdom > Wales > Pembrokeshire > Haverfordwest
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Suites
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Ranked #3 of 6 Hotels in Haverfordwest
Price Range: $98 - $199 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Slebech Park 5*
Number of rooms: 17
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Slebech Park in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales is a beautiful Grade II listed 18th century manor, sitting amidst 600 acres of wonderful rural scenery. The exclusive accommodation is set in a tranquil countryside area on the shores of the Daucleddau Estuary and gives you a breathtaking view over the region. The luxury Slebech Park offers 15 spacious rooms and suites in a comfortable atmosphere for weekend breaks, family holidays, business trips or special events. All bedrooms are held in a simple design and tastefully furnished. Accommodation types available at Slebech Park are standard, studio, deluxe and executive rooms, luxury and two bedroom suites, and a self-catering cottage.The comfortable Standard Rooms come with raindance shower in shower room, WiFi, TV with film and music library and king size double or twin beds. The spacious Studio Rooms feature a separate sitting area and stunning view over the area. Large Deluxe Rooms provide either a separate wet room or shower room and a lovely sight on the garden or the ruined church and the waterway. The luxury Executive Rooms offer high-tech facilities (WiFi, flat screen TV with film and music library) and a raindance shower and long bath in the spacious bathroom. The large Luxury Suite is divided into a master bedroom with radiance shower and long bath in a big wetroom, and a second bedroom with shower room. Large windows give a fabulous view on the estuary behind the ruined church. Both bedrooms are furnished with king size double or twin beds. The Luxury Suite is next to the relaxing drawing room and offers WiFi, TV with music and film library, and a private dinner on request. The Two Bedroom Suites are the right choice for a family or two couples. It features two bedrooms with king size or double/twin beds. The master bedroom includes a bathroom with separate shower room while the second bedroom has an en-suite shower room. Comfortable sitting areas and a large flat screen TV with access to the film and music library will give you a maximum of relaxation during your stay at Slebech Park. The self-catering cottage is situated at a cliff right on the shoreside and offers space for up to 4 people. Ferryman’s is a 4 star accommodation with a double room, a twin bedroom, sitting/dining area, kitchen and bathroom. You will spend undisturbed holidays in this romantic cottage at Slebech Park! Corporate facilities for business trips include a selection of meeting and conference rooms, bespoke catering by the head chef Mark Cheeseborough, a unique venue for product launches and the Harbour Room for a dinner dance with up to 200 people. The excellent Park at Slebech Restaurant serves fine seasonal menus using fresh local produce. The properties own Kitchen Garden guarantees carefully chosen ingredients for unforgettable meals. The restaurant offers brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner daily. Seasonal specials such as weekly grill nights, holiday festivities or themed dinners enjoy a great popularity among locals and visitors. Pembrokeshire offers a lot to do and see during your stay. The coastline and scenery are unique and offer tranquility and relaxation to recover from a stressful daily life. At Cardigan Bay, you can find dolphins and whales and Pembrokeshire's land wildlife includes rare animals such as Puffins, Manx Shearwaters, Guillimots, Razorbills, Short Eared Owls, Skomer Voles and Grey Seals. More than 50 forts and castles, such as Haverfordwest Castle, can be visited in the region, or enjoy an entertaining day at the Oakwood theme park or the Dinosaur Park in Tenby. ... more   less 
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