Good Hotel Guide Review
Once a favourite watering hole of Dylan Thomas, this coolly refurbished 18th-century inn, in the centre of a lively coastal town, remains a characterful place. The timber-beamed pub is inviting with its wood stove, candle-topped tables, old photos and Thomas memorabilia; there are Welsh ales, Penderyn whisky, board games, books. Hearty steaks are served in Dexters, the handsome, wood-panelled restaurant. Dapper bedrooms decorated in deep shades are equipped with all the modern amenities (mini-fridge, coffee machine, eco-friendly toiletries, etc). Each different from the other, they have charm in their creaky wood floors, exposed stonework and beams. Down a green lane, Thomas’s boathouse is a 10-minute stroll away.
14. 2 on ground floor.
bar, restaurant, in-room TV, function facilities, beer garden, electric car charging points, parking.
occasional live music at weekends.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in most bedrooms, not in areas where food is served.
per room B&B single from £75, double £130–£180. À la carte £35.