About Us

Hi, we’re Pete and Steph and we’re here to make your stay at Stone’s Throw as comfortable and welcoming as we can.

Stone’s Throw B&B is a lovely quiet rural idle with great views within easy reach of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. Both counties have many attractions, beaches and historic places of interest.

To check availability either call: 01994 240791 or email: stonesthrowbb@outlook.com


Pete is a great host and will endeavour to help you plan your visit with advice on local beaches, attractions and eateries. Meanwhile Steph will make sure you are pampered, well fed and that you have everything you need to make your stay comfortable. We will try and accommodate all dietary requirements or any special requests you may have. We just ask that you give us a call or drop us a line to let us know how we can help.

Sadly, we don’t accommodate pets at Stone's Throw, much as we’d love to, as we have two resident fluffs, Bailey and Lil, who you may encounter sunning themselves in the gardens or joining you on the deck.

Stone's Throw garden photos


You’ll find Stone's Throw a comfy home from home with a quirky eclectic twist! The place has character and charm in abundance, and that’s just Pete!

The place is very casual and is set up for a quiet relaxing stay. It’s a rural retreat within walking distance from the Village pub and river walks, however if you’re looking to explore the area fully we strongly suggest a motorised form of transport.

Room Rates

We currently have two letting rooms both with private facilities. There are several indoor and outdoor seating areas that we encourage our guests to enjoy.

We have a cosy dining area for breakfast and a comfy guest lounge with a TV and DVD if you fancy a rainy afternoon in with a cheesy film.

  • Gold Room - Stones Throw B

    Peaceful and tranquil
    Super king bed with en-suite shower facilities. TV, tea & coffee facilities, hairdryer, toiletries and high quality fresh linen and towels.

    £90 a night – sleeps 2
    includes a full Welsh breakfast.
    *limited head height in some areas of the room

  • Silver Room - Stones Throw B

    Romantic and cosy
    King size bed with private bathroom (bath and shower). TV, tea & coffee facilities, hairdryer, toiletries and high quality fresh linen and towels .

    £80 a night – sleeps 2
    includes a full Welsh breakfast.

  • Deluxe - Stones Throw B

    Special occasions requiring a special treat
    Room of your choice with a welcome hamper and homemade treats on arrival. Available on request.

    Please contact us for details and prices.

To check availability either call: 01994 240791 or email: stonesthrowbb@outlook.com


Tea and coffee is fresh and plentiful. Where possible, with a bit of notice we will rustle up pretty much anything you fancy!


All of our food is freshly made with local produce where possible – our sausages are handmade by our local Narberth butcher and we highly recommend taking a few home with you.

All our eggs are organic free range. As Steph is a veggie, she does a mean meat free version of the Full Welsh as well as several other healthy options.

Local Area

The real joy of this area is to go and explore – everyone will find the things they love to do here from the adrenaline junkies to the nature lovers.
Here are some of our faves and some links to some great resources.

  • Attractions

    Pentre Ifan, Burial Chamber - Penbrokeshire, West Wales

    Pembrokeshire Coast
    Pentre Ifan – our fave! a Neolithic burial chamber with amazing views. www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk

    Folly Farm Adventure Park
    Great petting place for old and young alike and great on a wet day too as there is an indoor traditional funfair. www.folly-farm.co.uk

    Oakwood Theme Park
    This is one for the adrenaline junkies, biggest wooden roller-coaster, and great water slides. www.oakwoodthemepark.co.uk

    St David's Cathedral
    The smallest city in the UK, amazing cathedral and coastline. www.stdavidscathedral.org.uk

    Blue Lagoon Waterpark
    Indoor water park near Canaston Bridge – slides, wave machines and great for evening swimming as the pool has disco lights. http://www.bluelagoonwales.com

    Pembroke Castle
    Pembroke Castle – steeped in history complete with dungeons and dragons. www.pembroke-castle.co.uk

    Ramsey Island
    An amazing wildlife observation experience. Daily trip available from March to mid November - limited sailings in the winter months. www.ramseyisland.co.uk

  • Eating Out

    Welsh Lamb West Wales cuisine

    The Plash - Llanfallteg
    Just a walk down the field (and a stagger back up) this is our local pub and Kristy the landlady will make you an amazing meal where you can enjoy the atmosphere of a traditional Welsh pub. www.theplashinn.co.uk

    The Peppercorn - Narberth
    Family run steakhouse, good value, yummy dinner, also does lunch and local beer. www.the-peppercorn.co.uk

    The Grove - Narberth
    Proper posh but lovely setting and serves some top wines. www.thegrove-narberth.co.uk

    The Roadhouse - Whitland
    Good all round value pub grub. www.roadhouserestaurant.co.uk

    Coast Saundersfoot - Saundersfoot
    Posh nosh with an amazing sea view. www.coastsaundersfoot.co.uk

    Chamelis - Narberth
    Indian cuisine - close by and top quality sit down restaurant. On sundays there is an 'eat as much as you like' buffet, excellent value for money. www.chamelis.co.uk

    Ultracomida - Narberth
    Great for tapas and socialising. Mediterranean, Spanish (vegetarian friendly) .

  • Beaches & Walks

    North Beach Tenby - Penbrokeshire, West Wales

    Two pretty beaches next to a quirky little town, great shops and pubs with an arty feel. www.tenbyvisitorguide.co.uk

    Great for Fish and chips and paddling in the sea, pretty at sunset with a cocktail at the Coast bar. www.visitsaundersfootbay.com

    Mwnt - Cardigan Bay
    Steph’s fave, this is two in one – on the North coast a little beach but also a small hike up a hill where if you’re lucky on the right day you can sit and watch the dolphins. www.cardigan-bay.com

    Fantastic walk, coast, countryside, lily ponds, tea rooms and pubs, everything a great walk should have. Bring your boots! www.visitpembrokeshire.com

    Medieval castle, great pub, lush countryside! Visit the Pembrokeshire Coast website below to download PDF's of all the local walks. www.pembrokeshirecoast.org

  • Shopping

    Narbeth High Street

    This is our favourite shopping place, it’s got great little shops and lots of junk shops and cafes. There is also a great butchers to buy your sausages from. www.narberthfoodfestival.com

    If you’re looking for something a bit bigger than Narberth, then Haverfordwest is a great town, set on the river it has an old world charm with many high street brands. www.haverfordwesttown.co.uk

    NewCastle Emlyn
    Well worth the drive, a traditional Welsh market town with lots of craft and junk shops, great cafes and a pub every 50 yards! Plus a castle, not a new one though! www.newcastle-emlyn-wales.co.uk

    Cenarth is a fascinating village on the border of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. It’s a bit of a drive, but worth a visit with it’s pretty village centred around the Cenarth Falls, a series of small waterfalls and pools on the river Teifi. www.visitpembrokeshire.com logo

Contact & Find Us

To enquire about availability and to discuss any special requirements you may have, please contact us.

Stone's Throw Bed & Breakfast

T: 01994 240791
M: 07742 102499
E: stonesthrowbb@outlook.com

Driving directions to Stone’s Throw B&B

We recommend you set your Sat Nav to the village of ‘Llanfallteg’.
Drive through the village with the Village Hall & Pub (the Plash) on your left.
Proceed past the Pub, up the hill and 200 meters past the National Speed Limit sign turn right (its opposite a derelict farm and the first right turn you come to), then after another 100 meters, turn right down the first track.
50 meters along the track take the right fork to Stone's Throw B&B.