Caemorgan Mansion

‘Welcoming hosts’ David and Beverley Harrison-Wood collect praise for their ‘very friendly, well-presented guest house’. More

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Caemorgan Road
SA43 1QU

Hotel information




all year except Christmas.


bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), function facilities, 2-acre gardens, unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

in restaurant only.


not under 15.


assistance dogs only.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.


per room B&B £94–£130. A la carte £35. 1-night bookings often refused peak weekends.

Other reviews

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.


Caemorgan Mansion
Caemorgan Road
SA43 1QU

Guest comments

' Warm and friendly welcome. Spacious and newly carpeted bedroom, but - oh dear - blue LED bulbs in the bedside lamps. We enjoyed the pre-ordered dinner. Competent cooking. A wine list with plenty of choice, but on the pricey side. A sizeable breakfast buffet, - deliciously thick and smooth Welsh yogurt, individual pots of Wilkins jams and local honey. Genial hospitality: good value for the price. ' - RG - October, 2018
'Very friendly well presented hotel. The food was particularly good and locally sourced. David & Beverly were very welcoming. ' - Brian Smith - July, 2015
'My in-laws and husband surprised me with a night at the Caemorgan Mansion for my 50th birthday. The welcome we received was warm. The room was comfortable and inviting. The shower is amazing. Dinner was fabulous. We also enjoyed breakfast. ' - Deborah Moberly Harris - August, 0515

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Last updated: October 8, 2018. Information from the 2019 Good Hotel Guide