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Roch Castle dates from the 13th Century, when it was built by Adam de Rupe, a member of a family which played an important role in the settlement in Pembrokeshire of the English. It is now owned by the Griffiths-Roch Foundation which was set up by and endowed by Keith Griffiths - originally from St Davids in Pembrokeshire - to purchase, restore and operate significant historic buildings.

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20 Folkeston Hill
Nolton Haven
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  • Holiday chalet
  • Sleeps 4, 2 bedrooms
  • £225 to £445 per week
  • Wifi
  • Pets welcome