Pembrokeshire Farm B&B

Clynderwen, Pembrokeshire
Bed & Breakfast
+44 (0)1834 860338

For lovers of nature, art and birdsong... a generous and homely B&B, where the breakfasts are delicious and the views are long and luscious


2 rooms


Rooms sleep 2

The Experience

Down a beautiful lane flanked by moss-covered walls, two miles from Narberth, is an old fortified longhouse in 25 rolling acres – pristine, peaceful and cosy. Here live three dogs, three donkeys, cats, hens and friendly hosts Rayner and Carol. There’s a real fire and books aplenty, equine paintings and fantastic art, and big gorgeous gardens with croquet, a lake and a boat to mess about in. The décor is traditional, the bed linen immaculate, the bathrooms are spanking new and the views to the Preseli Hills gorgeous. Narbeth’s restaurants are good but Carol’s cooking is fabulous.


  • Swimming pool
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Oven
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Spa
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Bar
  • Barbecue
  • Licensed premises
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Cot available


  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles


  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

& pricing

Booking information

Check in
4.30pm, please get in touch for early check in
Check out
Booking restrictions
Children over 14 welcome.
Owner has pets
Animals living on the property
Dinner, 3 courses, from £35. Pubs/restaurants 2 miles.


Nightly price
from £110
1 Double
From £110
1 Double
From £110



The perfect hosts and a wonderfully comfortable B&B. In fact, from the moment we arrived we felt like friends rather than guests. Delicious homemade tea, amazing breakfasts, personalised taxi service and so on! Highly recommended (and its a beautiful part of Wales!). Thank you to you both.

Victoria, Bath

Rayner and Carol are two lovely hosts. I travelled to Wales to do a course to make leather bags. I was fortunate enough to have the B&B on recommendation and it did not disappoint. Genuinely lovely people with extensive knowledge of Pembrokeshire (Carol grew up in the house). Breakfast was made using delicious locally sourced produce plus homemade soda bread, honey and jams. Supper (on request) again delicious home cooked food to suit your timings. The house is quiet with comfortable rooms, beautiful gardens and please note stunning artwork! Very welcoming caring people a superb place to stay!

Sue, Twickenham

Carol and Rayner were perfect hosts, seeing to our every need and making helpful suggestions as to where to eat and what to visit. Our room and bed were comfortable, with great views, and the bathroom was well equipped, modern and stylish. The sitting room we used had a log fire, which was good to come home to after a day out, visiting the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast and castles. The breakfasts were delicious, with traditional farmhouse ingredients sourced locally and homemade soda bread, pastries, honey and jams. This hidden away gem is a five-star delight.

John and jennifer, Reading, berks.

We stayed for 3 nights and it was perfect. The room (Teal) was very comfy, with all the facilities we could have wished for. The lounge we used had a roaring log fire which was great to come back to after a day out walking. Carol and Rayner are great hosts, nothing is too much trouble and we enjoyed superb breakfasts. We especially liked the privacy of the guest rooms and lounge - our hosts always stayed in touch with our needs but we felt we were in our own relaxing space. We have been coming to Pembrokeshire for many many years and this is the best B & B we have visited in the UK.

Roland, Leeds

I’ve stayed in some of the best hotels in the world but nothing comes close to the little touches and personal service you get from amazing hosts like Carol and Raynor. Absolutely everything has been thought of in order for guests to have an amazing experience. The food was outstanding as was the accommodation. I really can't find anything to fault. All in all, an amazing experience. There were so many extra touches that go towards making this a very special place, in a very special part of the world. I know this is somewhere we’ll be coming back to, time and time again.

Libby, Whitstable

If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in West Wales - look no further. This is arguably the best bed and breakfast I have ever visited. I genuinely didn’t want to leave and already have planned my next stay. The food was beautiful and the accommodation itself couldn’t be in a more idyllic setting. The owners (the lovely Carol and her husband Raynor) looked after me and I felt truly spoilt. The traditional farmhouse breakfast was delicious and I loved the home made honey and the spicy plum jam. Thank you so much for the best stay ever - I cant wait to return!

Richard, London

We recently spent three nights at Carol and Rayner’s lovely farmhouse b & b where we received a very warm welcome, as well as every comfort and great hospitality. Breakfasts were delicious with plenty of homemade bread, jam, and honey and we were lucky enough to sample some of Carol’s fabulous cooking at dinner. Our hosts were extremely attentive and helpful and we also enjoyed meeting their menagerie of animals including donkeys, cats, dogs and ducks. We have no hesitation in recommending Pembrokeshire Farmhouse and shall certainly return when we are visiting the area again.

Mark, Bramley

I recently spent three exceptionally comfortable nights with Carol and Rayner at their elegant and cozy and spotless Farmhouse BnB. Carol and Rayner were the perfect hosts seeing to my every need with ease and grace. My room and bed were restful and comfortable and looked out over a bird filled walled garden! My private bathroom was well equipped and stylish. As I had no car Rayner drove me to and from a local course I was attending (for a small stipend) and to and from Narberth Station. Carol meanwhile ingeniously produced delicious Gluten and dairy free breakfasts, pack lunches & dinners.

Nicoll, London

We had a great 3 night stay and couldn't have been made more welcome by Raynor and Carol who were so helpful. Our room was characterful and comfortable with soft fluffy robes and towels and little touches you don't expect from a bed and breakfast. Food was delicious with homemade bread and preserves every morning. We couldn't recommend a stay highly enough and hope to return when we are next in Pembrokeshire.

Jacqui, Bangor county down

What a great place with most hospitable hosts on this beautiful country estate. Our bedroom was very comfortable, beautifully furnished that suited the character of this Pembrokeshire Long House. We had a sitting room to relax in and lots of books and magazines. Breakfast was perfect, Homemade bread, pastries, honey and the rest. We so enjoyed spending time in the gardens with the donkeys, dogs and relaxing in such a peaceful atmosphere. We look forward to a return visit, to enjoy the peace and to spending time with Carol and Rayner.


we stayed 5 nights with Carol and Rayner. It was superbly comfortable. Bedroom ideal, shower room ensuite...all perfect. They are extremely helpful , providing maps, suggestions of where to go, what to see, where to eat etc. It was a joy to be there. They have very comfortable sitting room for guests, super conservatory for delicious summer breakfasts. The house is full of books and pictures . Ted and I felt very much at home and will certainly return for another break...Carole and Ted Cox

Carole, London

A wonderful homely b-b.Clean quiet ,peaceful and relaxing with super views.The breakfasts are delicious and very filling ,and the homemade soda bread is wonderful as is the shortbread.Everything is homemade and sourced locally.The hosts Rayner and Carol are super friendly and cant do enough for you,its home from home! We loved staying there and will be back when in that part of Wales again.

Amanda, Suffolk

A wonderful place to stay, quiet and peaceful. Carol and Rayner are perfect hosts and make you feel at home from home. Wonderful dinner and extraordinary breakfast. A real jewel.


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The neighbourhood

Local points of interest from Rayner & Carol Peett

  • We are centrally located for exploring all that Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire & Ceredigion have to offer. Walk in the glorious Preseli mountains or on the stunning coast path or enjoy exploring historic Norman castles.
  • Enjoy the wonderful safe, sandy coves or wild surfing beaches, sail, fish or watch dolphins, seals & whales around the coast. Visit film locations for Harry Potter, Robin Hood, Snow White & the Huntsman, Die Another Day, Lion in Winter and many more.
  • Take a trip to one of the many islands; Skomer to see the puffins, Ramsey to seal and dolphin spot or Caldey to enjoy the tranquillity of the Monastry and beaches. Pembrokeshire also has wonderful light for painting and peace to write your best seller.
  • Visit Dylan Thomas's boat house at Laugharne and have a drink at his favourite watering hole, Browns or, for garden lovers, enjoy a day at The Botanic Gardens of Wales, Aberglasney, Picton Castle, or Bosherston Lily Ponds. Play golf or ride on the beach.
  • Explore the bustling town of Narberth with its individual shops, galleries, antique shops, restaurants & cafes. Visit St Davids, Britain's smallest city, with its cathedral and Oriel y Felin art gallery and eat mussels in the pretty harbour of Solva
  • Relax in the garden listening to the birds with a book or sketch pad , or enjoy tea and croquet on the lawn before seeing where cattle were shod & taking a gentle stroll down the drovers' lane where they were driven en route to London from Ireland