Walwyn’s Castle is situated in land of St Brides Bay. Its picturesque rural mid Pembrokeshire location is easily accessible, being approximately 2 miles from Broad and Little Haven., 4 miles East of Milford Haven and 6 miles West of Haverfordwest. The Village centre is dominated by the Norman church of St James the Great, the medieval church undergoing substantial renovation in the 19th century. The village hall and Old School house are situated next to the church and church yard and a large village green backs on to the wooded valley below. The remains of an iron age fort or ‘Rath’ is well defined in the field alongside the Church yard, and gives a clue to the village name. Foot paths to the pretty ‘Rosemoor’ Lake start from the Village Hall car park
Walwyn’s Castle village hall is a welcoming and multifunctional space with good natural lighting, comprising of a large L shaped main hall, with a well equipped kitchen leading off the main hall, a foyer area at the entrance, with toilets to the side. There is wooden floor throughout the main hall and foyer. Capacity of the hall is up to 60 seated. Tables and chairs are provided. The hall is available to hire during the day and evening for classes and activities, events, meetings, exhibitions, charity fund raisers and groups. A mix of community activities currently take place in the hall, including ‘coffee and chat’, growing and nature talks etc. WiFi will be available from 2022. The kitchen facilities include:- a fridge, hot water boiler, catering dish washer, an electric freestanding cooker with four hobs, fan oven and inbuilt grill and a hot cabinet, plus crockery and cutlery for up to 60. Baby changing facilities are situated within the disabled toilet. The hall has a large gravelled car park area. A village green opposite the hall, is a welcome outdoor feature for children’s parties, picnics and activities. Outside electric points are available on the exterior wall of the hall and on the green.
Kitchen with modern equipment including dish washer
Large car park