all year except 23–28 Dec.
2 lounges, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small walled garden, unsuitable for disabled.
classical at breakfast.
all ages welcomed.
 per room B&B £85–£120. 1-night bookings sometimes refused peak weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Close to the lively town square, the smart, powder-blue facade of Helen and Chris Sheldon’s ‘friendly’ Georgian town house gives no clue to the vast sea view that unfurls behind it. Order a cream tea on the terrace, and look out over the harbour of Lower Town (transformed into Llareggub in the 1971 film Under Milk Wood). The house is immaculate yet homey, its two lounges hung with work by Welsh artists. One has a thoughtfully stocked honesty bar, the other a collection of books and DVDs. Bedrooms, some overlooking the sea, are individually styled; each has dressing gowns, posh toiletries, a comfortable bed with crisp linens. Families are readily accommodated. Breakfast is a treat, with locally made bread and pastries, waffles, fresh fruit, Greek yogurt and a daily cooked special. The owners are happy to advise on eating spots, day-trips and local places of interest. There’s plenty to hold a visitor’s attention in this old fishing town, including music festivals in May and July, a food festival in November. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path runs through the wooded valley below the garden.
Last Minute Getaway
20% off and a complimentary glass of prosecco on arrival. Valid until and including 2nd April 2017 Stays of 2 nights or more, based on 2 sharing. Offer subject to availability.
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