Win A stay in a spectacular castle in stunning Pembrokeshire

Roch Castle, Wales. Credit: Marcus Oleniuk
Roch Castle, Wales. Credit: Marcus Oleniuk

We’re offering one lucky winner and their guest the chance to win a two-night stay at the spectacular Roch Castle in Pembrokeshire, Wales. The winner and their guest will also be treated to a three-course à la carte dinner on their first night at the award-winning Blas Restaurant at sister hotel, Twr y Felin, as well as a bottle of Prosecco and box of Wickedly Welsh Chocolates on arrival.

Roch Castle, dating back to the 12th century, is a unique heritage property, perched high above the Pembrokeshire landscape and offering panoramic views over St Brides Bay and the Preseli Hills. The historical footprint remains intact, ensuring the feel of a real castle, while the luxurious contemporary interiors guarantee the highest level of modern comfort.

Roch Castle, Wales. Credit: Marcus Oleniuk
Roch Castle, Wales. Credit: Marcus Oleniuk

Six characterful ensuite bedrooms are contained within the protective walls, with chic touches alongside original features. The jewel of the castle, the Sun Room, on the fourth floor, has dramatic floor-to-ceiling glass walls and an alfresco viewing platform: a scenic and special space to relax.

Breakfast is made to order, with Welsh laverbread – a traditional delicacy made of seaweed – and local honey on the menu. For dinner, guests are offered complimentary transfers to the award-winning two-Rosette restaurant Blas – ‘Taste’ in Welsh – in a former windmill, Twr y Felin, in St Davids.

Blas offers a menu of seasonal specialities, with dishes designed to reflect Wales and its produce. An atmospheric space, the restaurant features artworks by Welsh, British and international artists.

Roch Castle, Wales. Credit: Marcus Oleniuk
Roch Castle, Wales. Credit: Marcus Oleniuk

This part of Wales is breathtakingly beautiful, with plenty of attractions to tempt you from your castle retreat.

The heritage and culture of Britain’s smallest city, St Davids, is just seven miles away, or set off to explore the winding paths and glorious beaches of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The wildlife-rich islands of Ramsey, Skomer and Skokholm lie just off the coast.

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