Since its total restoration in 2009, Roch Castle has been leased a new life. Its historic footprint remains intact, from the circular entrance hall with exposed rock, to the strangely shaped room at the very top where the myth of Adam de Rupe lives on. But, it is more than just a fortress. It is spectacular. The five-foot thick walls enclose an aristocratic dining room and intimate chapel to remind us of its past, whilst the enormous bath tubs, high end luxury beds and glorious Sun Room, with floor to ceiling glass walls, have preserved the castle for another century of life.
Inside and outside is equal in stature. Step out to the fourth floor viewing platform, look south past the prominent turrets to snapshot Skomer Island emerging from St Brides Bay, west to the St Davids Peninsula jutting out into the Celtic Sea, and north to the rolling Preseli Hills heading into the heart of Wales, for views to revere.
Our hypoallergenic bedrooms include, luxury towels, slippers, mini safe, Aromatherapy Associates toiletries, digital radio, TV, coffee maker and kettle. Four rooms can be made up as a double or twin and most include a separate bath and shower.