9. 1 suitable for disabled.
all year except Mon.
bar, restaurant, private dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room smart TV.
in bar and restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
 per room B&B £150–£170, D,B&B (Sun, Tues–Thurs) £240–£260. Tasting menu £70–£90, à la carte (Sun, Tues–Thurs) £40.
Good Hotel Guide Review
A glamorous addition on the esplanade of this quiet seaside town, this contemporary restaurant-with-rooms remains, at its heart, a family affair: James Sommerin is the acclaimed head chef; his wife, Louise, holds court as front-of-house; his daughter, Georgia, dons her whites as chef de partie. The whole outfit, says a regular Guide correspondent in 2017, is ‘excellent’. Clink cocktail glasses in the small bar before sitting down to keenly modern dishes on the à la carte and custom-created tasting menus. ‘From lobster to guineafowl, the food, impeccably served, lives up to the Michelin star. Lovely puddings, too. A welcome touch: the chefs regularly leave the kitchen to present their dish to the customers.’ Among the cheery bedrooms – each stocked with Welsh-made toiletries – choose one of the sea-facing five with floor-to-ceiling windows, all the better to take in the views. ‘Our large room, with a comfy bed and a modern bathroom, overlooked the pier and the Severn estuary.’ There’s home-made granola, yogurt and strong coffee at breakfast; ‘eggs any way you like’. ‘We can’t speak too highly of the place.’ (Peter Anderson)