“The foodie town of Narberth hosts a not for profit food festival and has excellent eateries including Spanish Ultracomida and Caffle Brewery.
The charming high street of multicoloured Edwardian and Georgian houses is interspersed with boutiques, antiques shops and independent retailers selling locally sourced meat and fish.
Next month the A Capella Voice Festival features gospel, jazz, beatbox and Welsh folk acts while The Queens Hall hosts comedy nights, lectures and dance evenings throughout the year. Book clubs, sports teams, poetry and quilting groups are well established.
For walkers the tranquil Preseli mountains beckon and blue flag beaches are nearby.
The Gulf Stream ensures we have mild winters so Narberth seldom has snow for more than one day”, says Carol Peett from West Wales Property Finders”.