all year except 23–28 Dec.
2 lounges, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small walled garden, unsuitable for disabled.
classical in breakfast room.
all ages welcomed.
per room B&B single £75–£95, double £85–£130. 1-night bookings sometimes refused peak weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path runs through the valley below the rear garden terrace of Helen and Chris Sheldon’s Georgian town house in this market town between the Preseli hills and the cliffs of Strumble Head. Behind a street front painted a pale pastel blue, two elegant lounges showcase the works of Welsh artists and photographers. The bedrooms – four with sea view, two with town view, some with original fireplace – are individually styled. Comfortable beds are king-size or super-king-size – except, in the ‘single’ room, which has a double. Guests can take afternoon tea with home-baked cakes by a log fire – or alfresco when the sun shines, gazing out over Cardigan Bay. Those fancying something stronger can choose from the wine list, or help themselves to a beer or spirits from the honesty bar. At breakfast there are organic free-range eggs, free-range bacon, locally made bread and pastries, a cooked daily special. Packed lunches to order, a laundry service and drying facilities are provided. Bike hire can be arranged, and the owners will advise on where to eat out. More reports, please.