Originally built as a vicarage in the 1884, Penrhiw Priory a fine example of high Victorian architecture, built in Tudorbethan style. A retreat space and a working priory, the building has served multiple purposes since its construction in the 19th century. Acquired by the Griffiths Roch Foundation in 2009, it reopened as a luxury eight bedroom bed and breakfast and exclusive use venue in 2012.
Located just a few miles inland from St Davids Head – the most westerly point in Wales, means we are home to one of the best stargazing spots in Wales. Set in acres of landscaped gardens and wildflower meadow, secluded from artificial light and man-made obstructions, on a clear night you can experience the Milky Way stretching from one horizon to the other, the rise and set of other planets within our solar system and many famous constellations. It’s the little extras that make a stay with us special, and our star-gazing hamper, complete with astronomy binoculars, thermos flasks and comfy camp chairs, is a guest favourite.
Inspired by the beauty of nature, our curated art collection is not to be missed. Displayed throughout Penrhiw Priory, the works aim to connect you to the gardens, meadow and woods of the surrounded Welsh landscape.