The little town of Narberth has grown so much over the last 10 years it has become the arts and crafts capital of Pembrokeshire and a very ‘happening' place to be. The shops are all very individual and sell some exquisite items ranging from fine art to fine food, with the world of fashion being supported by a number of shops and upmarket boutiques which will surprise and delight you. A long distance footpath called The Landsker Borderlands Trail circumnavigates Narberth. There are several many good pubs, cafés and restaurants as well as one of the best entertainment venues in west Wales, The Queens Hall. In the middle of the High Street in Narberth is the Old Town Hall, an imposing structure with a double stairway leading up to the entrance. Surrounding the Old Town Hall are some fine old buildings, many of which now house interesting and unusual shops.
Again a town reflecting its historic Narberth boasts elegant and spacious town houses as well as conversion of historic properties within the town providing accommodation appealing to all age ranges of house buyers. New estates also provide spacious and modern accommodation. Leaving Narberth you can soon be within the rural surrounds and the properties and former agricultural accommodation found reflect this.