Good Hotel Guide Review
'A fusion of nautical history, contemporary comforts and West Wales charms', this 'wonderful, unique place', in a cobalt blue former harbourmaster's house with 'breathtaking views' gets the thumbs up from our inspector. Main house rooms, with spectacular views over Cardigan Bay, are ‘spacious and charmingly furnished’, with locally inspired artworks and textiles. The ‘many thoughtful touches’ include ‘sumptuous bath-robes, Molton Brown products’. Madona, on the top floor, in 'tranquil marine greens and blues, has lovely views from all windows, a sitting room, a spacious bathroom with walk-in shower and roll-top bath’. In a converted warehouse, two rooms have a terrace, while sought-after Aeron Queen suite has a Juliet balcony. Complimentary coffee and cakes is offered, but save room for the locally sourced ‘fabulous fare’ in the restaurant or popular bar. ‘We enjoyed the catch of the day with leeks, potato and white onion purée; Welsh lamb rump cooked to perfection with delicious crispy pommes Anna.’ A full Welsh breakfast came with ‘laverbread hash browns and their unique bean concoction’. Simply ‘a gem' a trusted reader concurs; 'we unhesitatingly recommend it’. (Peter Anderson)
11. 4 in warehouse with lift plus 2 in self-catering cottage. 1 suitable for disabled.
all year except 25/26 Dec.
lift (in warehouse), bar, restaurant, in-room smart TV, small terrace, limited parking, EV charging, restaurant and bar wheelchair accessible, adapted toilet.
all day in warehouse and restaurant.
aged 5 and upwards welcomed, no additional beds, or book cottage.
only guide dogs.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £155, singles from £98. À la carte dinner £52. 1-night bookings refused most weekends.