17. 3 on ground floor.
week before Easter–early Nov.
sitting rooms, children’s snug, small bar, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 20-acre grounds (swimming pool, 10 by 6 metres, heated May–end Sept, tennis), call to discuss disabled access.
all ages welcomed (high tea for under-5s; no babies or young children at dinner).
not allowed in public rooms.
 per room B&B single £82.50–£95, double £115–£195. Set dinner £47 (£23.50 for 6–14s). 1-night bookings occasionally refused.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Relaxed and comfortable’, this ‘lovely, wacky’ hotel overlooking Cardigan Bay is ‘ideal for rest, fresh air, beach and coastal walks’. It has been owned by the Fletcher-Brewer family for 70 years. ‘There’s a home-away-from-home feel, with books and magazines, a playroom, coffee in the hall to help ourselves to, vases of irises and lilies in the lounges.’ The soul of the place, Nick Fletcher-Brewer, is ‘a character: jolly, jokey, casual and quirky’. ‘Simple, unfussy’ bedrooms have antique pieces and paintings, perhaps a distant sea view. Dinner, which might include ‘melt-in-the-mouth pork belly with superb crispy crackling’, is cooked by Louise Fletcher-Brewer and Darren Shenton-Morris. ‘Our three-course meal included nibbles, amuse-bouche, delicious breads and home-made petits fours with coffee.’ (A light supper menu appeals to those who may have overindulged.) At breakfast, ‘tasty sausages, proper toast, home-made marmalade and delicious local yogurts’ set you up for a day’s wanderings: walk along the Wales Coastal Path, swim in the pool, or take a dip in the sea, a five-minute walk away. (C and GJ)
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