11. 4 in coach house (100 yds), 2 on ground floor.
all year except Jan.
drawing room, snug bar, sun room, restaurant, The Courtyard private function room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, in-room massages and beauty treatments, terrace, 1-acre lawns.
in bar and restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in bar, sun room, coach house bedrooms (not unattended), not in restaurant.
 per room B&B from £140, D,B&B from £220. À la carte £40.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast, Melanie and Lucas Boissevain’s chic hotel is ‘clearly on the up’, say Guide readers this year. ‘It’s a happy place, and well run, too, with willing staff. One of the owners carried our luggage when we arrived, and was pleased to chat whenever we met during our stay.’ While away the hours in the book- and magazine-filled drawing room (‘they readily lit a fire in the afternoon, when I asked’); on a balmy day, take tea on the ‘lovely terrace’ with ‘attractive views towards the sea’. Bedrooms are individually styled; those in the coach house open directly on to the garden. ‘Up steepish stairs, our spacious, high-ceilinged room, nicely renovated, had sash windows that opened easily for air. Our bed, rather high, was large and comfortable. The room was probably the quietest I’ve ever experienced in a hotel, resulting in a good night’s sleep.’ Chef Paul Barnes’s ‘excellently prepared’ candlelit dinners are ‘very good in every sense’. In the morning, breakfast (‘conventional, but expertly cooked, with quality ingredients’) brings home-baked bread, local butcher’s sausages, eggs from free-range hens. (Peter and Kay Rogers, and others)