RestaurantsPembrokeshireDyfedSA67

survey result

Summary

£108
£££££
4
Very Good
4
Very Good
3
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Neil & Zoe Kedward have spent a decade finessing this luxury hotel, set in prime countryside with views of the Preseli Hills, and scooping Sunday Times Hotel of the Year for Wales in 2020. The Fernery is a well-known gourmet haunt for inventive tasting menus, and they recently added a more relaxed, dog-friendly dining option in the form of the Artisan Rooms.

Summary

£89
 ££££
3
Good
3
Good
4
Very Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

“Imaginative and well-presented food” from “inventive taster menus” in “a wonderful setting” – dining at this lavishly restored 17th-century mansion overlooking the Preseli Hills is “an amazing experience from start to finish”. Neil and Zoe Kedward, who rescued the property from dereliction a dozen years ago, also own Coast at Saundersfoot and the Beach House on the Gower.

Summary

£89
 ££££
3
Good
3
Good
4
Very Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

“Imaginative and well-presented food” from “inventive taster menus” in “a wonderful setting” – dining at this lavishly restored 17th-century mansion overlooking the Preseli Hills is “an amazing experience from start to finish”. Neil and Zoe Kedward, who rescued the property from dereliction a dozen years ago, also own Coast at Saundersfoot and the Beach House on the Gower.

Summary

£89
 ££££
3
Good
3
Good
4
Very Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

“Wonderful fusions of taste on the five-course tasting menu” and “the best afternoon tea” from chef Allister Barsby (ex-Gidleigh Park) are among the attractions at this plush 17th-century bolthole overlooking the Preseli Hills. It’s a far cry from ten years ago, when owner Neil Kedward, a former civil engineer, stood in as chef after rescuing the derelict property with his wife Zoe. Now they also own Coast at Saundersfoot and the Beach House on the Gower.

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Restaurant details

Highchair
Yes
No dress code
60

The Fernery, Grove of Narberth Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of The Fernery, Grove of Narberth Restaurant in SA67, Dyfed by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of The Fernery, Grove of Narberth restaurant.
John L
Excellent food full of outstanding dishes. ...
Reviewed 3 months, 18 days ago

"Excellent food full of outstanding dishes. Several set menus available but may need to pre-warn Extensive wine list and interesting wine flight with the meal. Extremely enjoyable meal. "

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Prices

  Cost Availability Courses
Menu1 130.00 Always available 8
Menu2 89.00 Always available 5
Drinks  
Wine per bottle £41.00
Filter Coffee £4.00
Extras  
Service 10.00%
Molleston, Dyfed, SA67 8BX
Opening hours
MondayCLOSED
Tuesday6:30 pm‑9 pm
Wednesday6:30 pm‑9 pm
Thursday6:30 pm‑9 pm
Friday6:30 pm‑9 pm
Saturday6:30 pm‑9 pm
SundayCLOSED

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