all year except Christmas.
bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), function facilities, 2-acre gardens, unsuitable for disabled.
not under 16.
per room B&B from £95. À la carte £30. 1-night bookings often refused peak weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Inviting’ rooms, ‘outstanding’ dinners and a ‘friendly’ atmosphere make this small guest house an ideal base for exploring the coast and countryside of Cardigan Bay. Its owners, Beverley and David Harrison-Wood, spent years renovating the old mansion. Today, guests are welcomed in smart, modern rooms – with home-made biscuits to sweeten the deal. Choose among individually styled bedrooms (two in the eaves), each with a large bed and thoughtful touches including bathrobes and slippers, a tea-and-coffee machine. Looking for a quiet night in? Books and DVDs are available to borrow. ‘We overslept in the superb bed.’ Book ahead for dinner in the dapper, red-painted restaurant, its central log-burner creating a cosy, ‘tranquil’ ambience. Here, David Harrison-Wood’s modern European dishes might include sautéed scallops, bacon, sage; pork fillet, brandy-prune sauce, seasonal vegetables. Breakfast the next morning, including a full Welsh, is ‘a delight’. Set out, afterwards, for the Wales Coastal Path, keeping your eyes peeled for dolphins in the bay; beaches are within easy reach. (Deborah Moberly Harris, Brian Smith, Peter Wood)