Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Overall, a very enjoyable stay.’ With extensive views over the Tywi estuary, David and Wendy Beaney’s restaurant-with-rooms brings ‘stylish minimalism down to a fine art’. Tasteful refurbishment has kept original features: a marble-tiled entrance hall, grand staircase, stained glass, ornate plasterwork. ‘Fabulous bedroom: airy, a huge comfortable bed; separate dressing area and a big bathroom with walk-in shower and stand-alone bath.’ Eaves rooms lie up narrow stairs. All have countryside or estuary views, home-made treats, Welsh toiletries, bathrobes. ‘Staff are brilliant, efficient and friendly.’ Paul Owen’s seasonal menus are served in the garden-facing restaurant. Breakfast brings ‘decent’ fruit, ‘OK’ home-made croissants, ‘good’ jams and marmalades.
8. 2 on ground floor are interconnecting, 1 suitable for disabled.
large open-plan bar/reception area, lounge, restaurant (closed Sun eve, Mon, Nov–Feb), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, conference facilities, 5-acre grounds, parking.
in public spaces.
all ages welcomed (extra bed £25, children’s menu).
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B from £109, D,B&B from £142. À la carte £30.