Good Hotel Guide Review
There’s a relaxed atmosphere at this modern hotel, in a quiet town within meandering reach, down green lanes and pathways, of the dramatic cliffs and secluded coves of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast. 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 a falafel and spinach burger with hummus. Part of the Town & Country Collective; see also New House Country Hotel, Cardiff, and The Bear, Cowbridge (Shortlist entries).
Vale of Glamorgan
17. 1 on ground floor.
all year, restaurant closed Sun eve.
bar, restaurant, snug, conservatory, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, meeting/function facilities, terrace, front and rear gardens, parking.
in public areas.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms, separate eating area.
per room B&B £129–£149. À la carte £25.