Food & Drink
AA Rosette Brasserie
Our 2 AA Rosette Brasserie offers bright and modern surroundings to dine for either lunch or dinner, enjoy a delicious afternoon tea or simply just relax with a coffee accompanied by our homemade fudge, a Wolfscastle favourite for over 40 years!
In the evening the brasserie becomes the perfect place for pre dinner cocktails within a candle lit atmosphere. The chefs menus are creatively designed offering fresh and local produce from the local area. Our cosy lounge with relaxing sofas and the warmth of a log burning stove in winter months provides the perfect setting for a memorable experience.
Delightful Afternoon Tea
Wolfscastle Country Hotel is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a delicious homemade afternoon tea, whether it be in our contemporary brasserie in front of the log burning stove, our stylish restaurant or on a sunny terrace outside of the brasserie.
Our afternoon tea menu offers a selection of fresh finger sandwiches, crispy pork bon bons, scones, tiramisu or eton mess tasters, cherry & almond frangipane tart, brownies, shortbread biscuits and a choice of tea or freshly ground coffee. Or for an extra little celebration why not add prosecco or wine.
Afternoon tea is served daily from 3pm – 5pm.
Delectable cuisine at our Restaurant
We have gained an enviable reputation for our cuisine and in particular for the use of fresh local Pembrokeshire produce, caringly prepared by our chefs. The Allt yr Afon restaurant has been awarded 2 AA Rosettes for culinary excellence and offers a gracious setting in a Victorian style dining room, providing the perfect intimate dining experience accompanied by professional and friendly service.
For more informal dining enjoy our Brasserie, the choice is all yours. In 2016 we were honoured to be one of only three restaurants in Wales shortlisted in the Observer Food Monthly Awards. .
For over 200 years the Stirling family have been wine shippers and merchants, so wine is very important to us. We select from a wide range of wines to represent the regions of the world to satisfy the pallet.
As Andrew Stirling’s grandfather would say: “A day without wine is like a day without sunshine”