The Grove - Narberth

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The Grove - Narberth

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The Grove is a heritage listed building of historical significance located south of Narberth, Pembrokeshire. It was built by Daniel Poyer in about 1680 shortly after he inherited the property from his father. The house remained in the Poyer family for the next two centuries. Today the Grove is a hotel and restaurant. It caters for special events particularly weddings.

Daniel Poyer a local gentleman built the Grove in the 1680s. He inherited the property from his father Henry Poyer when he died in 1677. In 1686 Daniel married Priscilla Allen daughter of William Allen of Gellysweeke, parish of Hubberston. It is therefore likely that he erected his new house at about this time. He died in 1703 and the property was passed to his eldest son. Daniel's Will which is shown reveals that he had five children – three sons and two daughters. The property remained in the Poyer family until it was inherited by John Poyer who died in 1787. It was then passed to his sister Anne who married William Callen thereby bringing the house into the Callen family.

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