all year except 23–28 Dec.
2 lounges, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small walled garden, unsuitable for disabled.
classical at breakfast.
all ages welcomed.
 per room B&B £85–£125. 1-night bookings sometimes refused peak weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
The powder-blue facade of Helen and Chris Sheldon’s Georgian town house, with its smart portico, gives a hint of chic B&B accommodation within. The revelation is the view from the rear terrace, where guests take tea while gazing across Cardigan Bay and down upon the harbour. (A well-stocked honesty bar provides a stronger tipple.) The lounges are welcoming, with fresh flowers, books and DVDs, bright throws on pale sofas, and log fires in winter; on the walls hang local photography and paintings by Welsh artists. Most of the bedrooms have sea views; the best have a sofa and bed positioned for watching the sunrise and sunset across Fishguard Bay. All rooms are smartly styled, and made comfortable with bottled water, dressing gowns and good toiletries. At breakfast, elegantly served, choose from a menu of waffles, award-winning sausages, freshly baked pastries, a cooked daily special. Afterwards, wander down to the picture-postcard Lower Town, or ask for a packed lunch and walk the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, which runs through the wooded valley below the garden. More reports, please.