The house dates back many centuries, though its tasteful, elegant character springs from the Georgian era.
Great Little Rarebits aren’t run of the mill. Priskilly isn’t just a baronial country house. It’s also a golf course and idyllic hideaway close to the ruggedly beautiful north Pembrokeshire coast.
The house dates back many centuries, though its tasteful, elegant character springs from the Georgian era. Beautiful proportions, big rooms and tall ceilings are its architectural hallmarks. Priskilly’s 400 acres of splendid isolation include rolling farmland, ancient forest and an immaculate nine-hole golf course set in mature parkland.
It’s entirely family run. Joy and Phil Evans look after their guests with great warmth, while son and daughter work in Y Cabin, the golf club’s bar and bistro. For a pre-dinner drink also check out the house’s atmospheric Cellar. Don’t think that Priskilly is just for golfers. Most of its guests come for the tranquil surroundings, traditional Pembrokeshire hospitality and location close to a superb coastline.