Good Hotel Guide Review
Close to the centre of a historic village and the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, a small hotel in a lovingly restored 17th-century country house. It has a peaceful bar and lounge, enlivened with the occasional antique, vintage typewriter, old portrait – good for a leisurely afternoon tea. Pristine bedrooms, some compact, have a breezy palette; dog-friendly rooms are provided with a towel, dog bed, ‘lovely doggie treats’, and have hardwood flooring and easy access to the walled garden. All-day light bites and British classics (including vegan and vegetarian options, perhaps leek, carrot and Cheddar hash) are served in the atmospheric restaurant; on fine days, the courtyard beckons. A Town & Country Collective hotel (see also Shortlist for The Bear, Cowbridge).
Vale of Glamorgan
22. 1 on ground floor.
bar, restaurant (closed Sun evenings), snug, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, conservatory, terrace, garden, civil wedding licence, parking, public areas wheelchair accessible, no adapted toilet.
in lounge, restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms, dining room.
per room B&B £95–£130, D,B&B £120–£150. À la carte £20.