Built prior to 1850, the Manor Parc started life as Y Parc and became home to the England family, potato merchants from Cardiff who were key in developing the Pembrokeshire new potato and one of the earliest exporters to France.

Y Parc was sold in 1917 to the Keen family who were steel merchants and co-owners of Guest, Keen and Nettlefield Steel in Cardiff.

The original house was converted in the early 1980’s and since its opening in 1984 the Manor Parc remains an independent, family run venue with an excellent reputation for its customer service, dining and functions.



"I cannot recommend the Manor Parc highly enough. We use the hotel predominantly for business, however this very quickly feels like leisure and the closest thing to home if you are not going home. The entire team at the Manor Parc exceed the extra mile for every moment of your stay. The beautiful surroundings, great food, brilliant service, spotless attention to all details are accompanied by the large and impressive rooms. I stay at the hotel frequently and quietly observe other guests, be it the family meal or occasion very much looking like they feel the same way...simply make sure you stay there". Mark M