all year except Christmas.
bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), function facilities, 2-acre gardens, unsuitable for disabled.
in restaurant only.
not under 15.
assistance dogs only.
per room B&B £94–£130. A la carte £35. 1-night bookings often refused peak weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Welcoming hosts’ David and Beverley Harrison-Wood collect praise for their ‘very friendly, well-presented guest house’. The refurbished 19th-century mansion near Cardigan has strong green credentials; in winter months, the ‘fantastic’ log-burner and biomass underfloor heating are especially welcome. Dinner in the ‘elegant’ dining room ‘was the icing on the cake’. Chefs Abbie Jones and David Harrison-Wood’s modern European menus showcase locally sourced produce: roasted monkfish tail, cavolo nero, caramelised onions, beetroot jus; steaks done any way, in an array of sauces (creamy mushroom; Caws Cenarth Blue cheese). The cheesecake (perhaps key lime, perhaps amaretto) ‘is not to be missed’. At night, the cosy bedrooms have a ‘superb’ bed, and sleek modern bathroom with a power shower and eco-friendly toiletries. ‘Great extras’ include fluffy bathrobes, capsule coffee machine, fresh milk and home-baked biscuits, a library of books. A generous breakfast is ‘another delight’. A range of activities is for the taking: good walks and cycling routes along the Coastal Path, just minutes away; dolphin-spotting tours; golf. The tranquil location is within walking distance of Cardigan city centre.