UK seaside hotels reviews
Roch Castle, Pembrokeshire
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There are more than 800 years of history within the metre-thick walls of this Norman castle perched on volcanic rock in St Brides Bay. Rooms in this boutique hotel don’t come cheap, but did our inspectors think it worth the £240 price tag?
We inspected Roch Castle, a seaview sentinel on the Pembrokeshire Coast with unrivalled views, in September 2018.
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