Fancy watching I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here from the comfort of your OWN WELSH CASTLE?
We guarantee it won’t be cold, wet and dark, or filled with bugs and only rice and beans for dinner. In fact, we guarantee it will be warm, dry and very, very cosy, with a delicious full Welsh breakfast each morning and for dinner, enjoy a three course a la carte dinner at Blas Restaurant, located at sister venue Twr y Felin Hotel, St Davids.
So, post lockdown, treat yourself to a two night stay at the spectacular Roch Castle, Pembrokeshire and enjoy a complimentary three course dinner on one evening of your stay at Blas Restaurant, located at sister venue Twr y Felin Hotel, St Davids.
Also included is our coffee table book trilogy Pebidiog, worth £80 and parking, WiFi and Tax.
Available Sunday to Thursday, until November 30th 2020.
Rates from £95 per guest per night.
Terms and Conditions:
Rates are based on two guests sharing a double or twin room and include two nights luxury accommodation at Roch Castle, breakfast, one three course a la carte dinner at Blas Restaurant for two, located at sister venue Twr y Felin Hotel, St Davids, parking WiFi and Tax. Available Sunday to Thursday from November 10th to 30th 2020, subject to availability, not in conjunction with any other offer.
Marcus Oleniuk is a world class photographer, commissioned to document the St Davids Peninsula in Pembrokeshire, over the course of a year.
He spent much of that year (2012 to 2013) living at the newly restored Roch Castle, from which he was able to explore and capture the Pembrokeshire landscape and its’ residents.
The result is 'Pebidiog', a coffee table book trilogy which includes Tarddiad (Beginning), Teulu (Belonging), Trigo (Being),
Pebidiog is the ancient name given to one of the westernmost parts of Wales, known today in English as 'North West Pembrokeshire'.