High Noon Guest House offers clean comfortable great value bed and breakfast in the town of Pembroke. High Noon has been a Guesthouse since 1978 and has always been very popular for its good atmosphere and service. High Noon has a range of rooms to suit all requirements - double, twin, family and singles are available.
We have a comfortable guest lounge that is a real home from home. A cosy retreat for relaxed holiday evenings.
Families with children are very welcome.
Our breakfast is delicious and varied. We cater for vegetarians and vegans and would like to answer any dietary needs if notified in advance. From the coming New Year we will be serving vegetarian food only and are planning to create a place where people can enjoy a good breakfast while caring for animals and for the environment.
Situated in the historic town of Pembroke, High Noon is only a short level stroll to the town's shopping area and imposing castle, birthplace of Henry VII based in the heart of Pembrokeshire. If you're looking for a base to explore the splendours of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park or simply want a holiday away from the stresses of modern life in a relaxed and informal atmosphere, try the High Noon Guest house, Pembroke.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal path, which passes through Pembroke, is 186 miles long and has some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in Britain. There are also many pretty paths and bridleways inland of the coast.
Walks from our door include the Pembroke Millpond Walk, Lamphey Bishops Palace and Freshwater East. Alternatively you can board the excellent Coastal Cruiser bus service and get off at one of its many stops along the beautiful coastline. Then walk on to be met later in the day at one of the other stops such as Freshwater West, Stackpole Quay, Broadhaven South or Angle.
Other attractions just a short distance from High Noon include Oakwood Leisure Park, sailing, boat-trips, arts and crafts trails, fishing, surfing and golf.