Ever since the days when Narberth was the first stop for the Milford to London Stagecoach, Narberth has been one of Pembrokeshire’s most accessible and welcoming attractions.
Narberth town has a unique blend of the old and the new. Rich in history, it offers visitors a warm and friendly welcome to an unequalled blend of top quality and specialist shopping in Wales.
When you need to find somewhere to eat you will find exceptional cafés, restaurants and pubs and at the end of it all when you need to take the weight off your feet and relax you'll find some of the best places to stay in Wales.
Narberth is also the location of various civic and cultural events throughout the year. There are three major events put Narberth on the map. Narberth's Big Plant Sale in the spring is a perfect place for stocking up on garden plants. There are both amateur and professional plantsmen & women exhibiting.
The range of entertainment provided at the Queens Hall together will the Arts Council for Wales sponsored Oriel Gallery will surprise and delight you as will the facilities offered by the Bloomfield Community Centre.
Narberth Civic Week which culminates in the renowned Narberth Carnival, takes place in July and the Narberth Food Festival, at the end of September, brings thousands of food-lovers to the town for tasty treats, an impressive line-up of international culinary talent and over 50 specialist food stalls and a variety of street entertainment. The Winter Carnival festivities completes the year.