Good Hotel Guide Review
Homespun and hospitable, this rustic restaurant-with-rooms has a laid-back, unpretentious ambience. Janet and Perkin Evans, the ‘hard-working’ hosts, have deep roots in the area; the Georgian house, at the heart of their 600-acre working farm, is a family home, filled with photographs and inherited china. (A handsome Welsh dresser that has been used for generations now houses a well-stocked honesty bar.) Bedrooms are in the main building, a converted milk parlour and a coach house. Each room is different in size and style; all are ‘charming’ in their own way. Come dinnertime, take a seat in the former family dining room, where Janet Evans’s home cooking (perhaps including ‘the best steak’) wins praise. Breakfast is ‘excellent’, with a ‘nicely laid out’ buffet and a ‘superb’ selection of cooked dishes. A separate building is a venue for events and weddings. Well situated for St David’s and the Pembrokeshire coast. Drawing room, dining room. Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview). Classical background music. Civil wedding licence. 1-acre garden on 600-acre farm. Children over 12 welcomed. 3½ miles NE of St David’s. 7 bedrooms (2 in outbuildings; 1 on ground floor). Per room B&B £150–£190. Dinner £35. Closed 24–26 Dec.
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