Good Hotel Guide Review
‘This a place to which we would happily return,’ write trusted (and exacting) readers, after a visit to David and Beverley Harrison-Wood’s 19th-century mansion turned eco-friendly guest house. It stands on a quiet road five minutes’ drive from Cardigan, ‘approached by a short drive, and set in grounds of pasture rather than lawns’. A ‘spacious, newly carpeted’ bedroom had a walk-in wardrobe, under-floor biomass heating, a coffee machine, but cold LED lighting. A ‘very trendy, narrow, slate-tiled en suite had a ‘shower complete with all-singing, all-dancing body jets’. A bar with comfy seating led to a dining room divided by a central wood-burning stove. ‘Competent’ cooking produced smoked salmon with avocado; pork tenderloin and chicken breast. Limoncello panna cotta was ‘rated highly’. At breakfast there was ‘a sizeable buffet, with rich, tart fruit compote, decanters of chilled (not freshly squeezed) juice, yogurt, poached eggs with laver bread, Welsh rarebit’, served on good china with linen napkins. ‘A warm farewell from our hosts’ left a good impression. (RG)
all year except Christmas and New Year, restaurant closed Sun.
bar and restaurant (for residents only), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), function facilities, 2-acre gardens.
not under 15.
assistance dogs only.
per room B&B £94–£130. À la carte £35. 1-night bookings often refused peak weekends.