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Princes Gate Spring Water hails from the hamlet of Princes Gate, in Pembrokeshire, home to the historic Preseli Mountain range. Drawn from Organic land, Princes Gate Spring Water boasts a pure mineral analysis from this limestone-rich area. Princes Gate Spring Water is an award-winning environmentally aware business, bottling both the Princes Gate brand Dealer Own Brands on behalf of a number of customers. Princes Gate Spring Water is a well-loved indigenous Welsh brand, which proudly stands as the Official Water of the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU).

We've been farming on this land for generations and diversified almost 22 years ago into bottling Spring Water. The company was started by two brothers, David and Glyn Jones, who still maintain directorship of the business.

We've recently built a pretty impressive big bottling hall on the site of our still Organic Farm. Princes Gate now employs over 50 people local to the Pembrokeshire region and our family's growing all the time.

Typical Analysis (mg/l)

Na Ca Mg K NO3 Cl SO4 F SiO2 HC03 Fe Dry.Res
12 54 8 1.2 16 - - - - - - 206

Each water differs depending largely on its source. The provenance and contents of some of the best British bottled waters are given here. Due to the geology of the British Isles, water sourced here are usually low or relatively low in minerals making them ideal for most people. Figures given are for mg/l.

Table Key
Na – Sodium, Ca – Calcium, Mg – Magnesium, K – Potassium, NO3 – Nitrate, Cl - Chloride, SO4 – Sulphate, F – Fluoride, SiO2 – Silica, HCO3 – Bicarbonate, Fe - Iron, Dry. Res. – Dry Residue

Further Information
Origin: Princes Gate, Narberth, Pembrokeshire – home to the Preseli Mountain range.
Company Ownership: Limited company, 100% privately owned.
Suitable For: All, including babies & toddlers.


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