Welcome to 'The Kings'

Hotel in Pembroke

Our hotel in Pembroke! Business or pleasure – Pembroke’s only coaching inn has everything you need to make your stay in the county memorable!

The Old Kings Arms Hotel, affectionately known locally as ‘The Kings’, sits at the heart of the charming walled town of Pembroke. This traditional Welsh coaching inn has welcomed weary travellers since the 16th century and while it’s undergone several transformations and even changed its name – it was The Bunch of Grapes in the mid-19th century – it continues to be a bolt-hole in which to refuel and recuperate.

Relax and unwind...

The Wheeler family have spent more than half a century perfecting their warm Welsh welcome and it’s this, combined with exceptional service and exquisite food, which means The Old Kings Arms Hotel has all the ingredients for a perfect stay.

A warm welcome...

Eat and drink with friendly locals in the historic bar, or enjoy the more intimate setting of our Welsh Kitchen restaurant with its wood and slate floors and a welcoming open fire.

Steeped in History...

The deeds of the building go back to 1522, thus we are celebrating the hotel's 500th anniversary of trading in 5 years! However, it's likely there has been a 'hostelry' on the site for as long as Pembroke Castle has stood nearby; the Castle is more than 1000 years old!

Perfectly located...

The Kings is just 200 yards from Pembroke Castle, birthplace of Henry VII - founder of the Tudor dynasty. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and its award winning beaches are also on the doorstep.