Good Hotel Guide Review
The dramatic cliffs and secluded coves of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast are within easy reach of this modern hotel, in a quiet town of medieval streets and old stone buildings, a few minutes’ drive from the beach. Updated bedrooms vary in size and decor; guests travelling with their dog may request (at extra charge) one of the Fido-friendly rooms – they’re supplied with a dog bed, towel and treats, and have access to the walled garden. Sandwiches, light bites and straightforward British classics are served in the restaurant, along with interesting vegetarian options, perhaps Glamorgan leek, carrot and Cheddar hash. Part of the Town & Country Collective; see also New House Country Hotel, Cardiff and The Bear, Cowbridge (Shortlist entries).
Vale of Glamorgan
22. 1 on ground floor.
all year, restaurant closed Sun evening.
bar, restaurant, snug, conservatory, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, terrace, garden, parking.
in public areas.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms, separate eating area.
per room B&B £129–£149, D,B&B £169–£189. À la carte £20.