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Narberth Museum, Narberth

Narberth is centrally placed in Pembrokeshire and is easily accessible by road and rail. The town developed as a trading centre because of its strategic position and its history dates from its first mention in the tales of the Mabinogion.

The Norman Castle and a range of  distinctive buildings reflect the growing prosperity of the town. Today it has gained a well-served reputation for the quality of its unique independent shops and restaurants.

There is good parking provision in the Townsmoor car park.

The Hall

Narberth Museum is housed in the Bonded Stores, the only one in private hands in Wales. A recently refurbished historic building, it now provides in addition to the displays and exhibitions, modern facilities for meetings and small conferences.

The  main room available for hire can seat, theatre-style, up to 40 people. Other configurations are available eg boardroom or cabaret-style layouts.

The charge per day is £50.00 + VAT with additional charges for equipment and catering.

Half day or evening hire charges on application. Concessions for charities.

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Carpeted with upholstered seating and underfloor heating.

Power point projector, drop down screen, interactive whiteboard, flip chart.

Conference tables.

Tea and coffee making facilities

Catering available


Daniel Sheen   Tel:01834 860500  Email:



From the Townsmoor  car park, walk down the High Street towards Market Square with its War Memorial. Turn right  into Picton Place, opposite  ‘Get Stuffed’ pizza restaurant.

Bear right along Church Street  and the Bonded  Stores is on the right-hand side.


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