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Templeton bed and breakfast & hotel accommodation

Visit Templeton Pembrokeshire and the surrounding villages and stay in B&B, hotel or holiday cottage accommodation provided by BedPosts members.

The town of Templeton in Pembrokeshire, Wales, may historically have had a connection with the Knights Templar. Certainly the layout has a medieval feel about it.

Now that the brickworks and the blacksmith have closed down it remains a desirable residential area.

Nearby towns
Nearby villages
  • Begelly
  • Broom
  • Camp Hill
  • Cold Blow
  • Crinow
  • Cross Hands
  • Kilgetty
  • Lampeter Velfrey
  • Llan-mill
  • Loveston
  • Ludchurch
  • Narberth Bridge
  • Pleasant Valley
  • Princes Gate
  • Reynalton
  • Robeston Back
  • Robeston Wathen
  • Sardis
  • Shipping
  • Stepaside
  • Summerhill
  • Thomas Chapel
  • Woods Cross
  • Yerbeston

Information for visitors to Templeton seeking B&B, hotel or self-catering cottage accommodation; and for accommodation-providers new to this site:

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