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Elm Grove Country House, St Florence, Pembrokeshire, SA70 8LS
Elm Grove can be exclusively yours, with the only guests being those who you have personally invited.
The house will be available from 2.00pm on the day of arrival to 10.30am on the day of departure.
The exclusive use rate includes:
•All bedrooms (11 rooms, sleep up to 25 people)
•Daily room cleaning
•Cooked breakfast each morning
•Parking & Wi-fi
•Croquet lawn, games room, grass tennis court
•Private Gardens and Grounds
•Lounge & Licensed Bar, Wine Cellar (drinks are chargeable)
A minimum stay of 2 nights is required for all exclusive use bookings on Fridays & Saturdays
Please contact us for our latest rates, which can also include dinner or a fully catered (lunch/afternoon tea) option if required.
We can organise events and activities (at an additional cost) to give you the real Country House experience:
•Clay Pigeon Shooting (on site)
•Quad Biking (Ritec Valley)
•Horse Riding (Marros/Hundleton)
•Golf (2 courses within 3 miles)
•Foraging (in local area)
•Yoga (on site/near by)
•In room spa treatments
•Bushcraft skills (local area)
•Coasteering (Celtic Quest Coasteering)
Design and construction of Elm Grove started in the 1840’s and was completed in 1856. Over the last 150 years the house has been home to a range of owners including Sirs, Captains and Majors. During World War II the main house also became home, and school, to a number of child evacuees from London. Many of the rooms still have original Georgian glass and all have traditional features.
It was bought in the late 1950’s by Mr J C Rees (who is still living on site at the age of 99), and has been run by consecutive generations. Currently at the helm are Jane & Alan Rees-Baynes, the 3rd generation of the Rees family.
Elm Grove is located just 3 miles from the lovely coastal towns of Tenby & Saundersfoot, in the village of St Florence which has 2 friendly pubs and a village shop. The Pembrokeshire National Coast Path is just a short drive away, as are several wonderful castles and historic houses
Manorbier, Carew, Picton and Pembroke Castle – www.visitpembrokeshire.com/castles
Tenby walled town including The Tudor Merchant’s House, Tenby Museum & Castle Hill
Cadw has lots of historal sites throughout the county
There are a wide range of National Trust properties in Pembrokeshire.
Caldey Island, just off Tenby is also a must see
The Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust
It’s an ideal location for a base to either explore the area or organise on-site activities.
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