Good Hotel Guide Review
It’s easier being green when you stay with environmentally aware hosts Beverley and David Harrison-Wood in their 19th-century mansion a short drive from Cardigan Bay. Under-floor heating and hot water throughout is supplied by a biomass boiler, while solar panels help cut down on electricity usage. Trusted readers received ‘a warm and friendly welcome from Beverley, who showed us the house geography’. Three of the immaculate bedrooms – one with balcony – are on the second floor. Our reader had first-floor Cenarth, with ‘John Lewis furniture’ and a chandelier, but wasn’t a fan of the ‘blue LED bulbs in the bedside lamps’. The slate-walled bathroom had ‘an elliptical basin with fountain tap, sitting on a Doric column’, and a body-jet shower. All rooms have thick-pile carpet, a coffee machine, fresh milk and eco-friendly toiletries. In the dining room with its central wood-burning stove, David’s menu includes such dishes as Welsh lamb cutlets with red wine, rosemary and shallot sauce. Ingredients are sourced locally for maximum freshness and minimum food miles.
all year except Christmas and New Year, restaurant closed Sun.
bar and restaurant (for residents only), in-room TV (Freeview), function facilities, 2-acre gardens.
not under 15.
assistance dogs only.
per room B&B £99–£130. À la carte £38. 1-night bookings often refused peak weekends.