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CAREW, NR TENBY,
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Our NEW self catering luxury accommodation and serviced rooms are now available. The totally rennovated cottages adjoin Carew Inn opposite Carew Castle.
The historic buildings have been restored with brand new facilities and occupy a unique location with a terrace across the road from the medieval castle & picturesque millpond
Due to current legislation our bars are still shut. They have been spruced up & will be spaced according to safety procedures when we reopen inside.
Relax with a pint on a hot summer day in the cool of our timeworn stone walls or warm up in winter in front of our roaring open fire.
A Free house we have draught ales on tap & serve a wide selections of gin, spirits & malts, as well as a full selectionof premium lagers, ciders & keg beers.
TERRACE & GARDEN
The front & back of Carew Inn have stunning views of the medieval castle. The front of the pub boasts a shady terrace looking towards the castle and river. It's the ideal spot for a refreshing drink on a hot summer's day.
The sunny rear garden has equally good views of the castle & the 11th century Celtic Cross. Its play area is fully child friendly
We hold regular barbecues & free live music throughout the school summer holidays every Thursday, weather & emergency legislation permitting.
Our seating has been especially laid out in our enlarged beer garden to keep you safe.
For the latest on the regulations see our Facebook page below Our garden & bbq can be booked for functions at any time, subject to the above.
Eat, drink and be merry this Christmas in our traditional country pub.
Whether you are looking for a venue for your Xmas party, or thinking of a Yuleide break, why not come and celebrate the festive season in front of our roaring open fire.
Our Xmas menu will be available throughout December & our self catering cottage & serviced rooms are available for festive breaks.
A few miles inland from the magnificient Pembrokeshire coast, Carew boasts one of Wales most spectacular castles - it is a place steeped in history.
We are literally across the road from the mysterious 11th century Celtic Cross, and only one minute from the main A477 St Clears to Pembroke road. You will find us on the main route between Tenby & Oakwood, Wales’ largest tourist attraction.
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