Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Hospitality of the highest quality lies behind the front door of this outstanding B&B.’ A Guide inspector had ‘a most rewarding stay’ at this pink-washed, Grade II listed Georgian house in a conservation area. Second-generation owners Judith and Michael Cooper run it with their son, Oliver. ‘Judith’s energy, enthusiasm and kindness radiate, while Michael provides friendly, cultured support, with Oliver carrying on in the welcoming style.’ New arrivals enjoy tea and Welsh cake in a lounge with log-burner or in the secluded garden. Bedrooms have restful decor, contemporary styling, a super-king-size bed that can be made up as twins, smart toiletries, books, maps. ‘Our good-sized bedroom had a comfortable bed, high-quality linen, a small en suite shower (very efficient).’ Front rooms, overlooking the street, may have some traffic noise, but afford views of the Norman castle and distant Carningli mountain. ‘Breakfast comprised a simple buffet, very good home-made mango and lime yogurt, followed by vegetarian sausages.’ There are kippers, smoked salmon, the full Welsh with local bacon, ‘everything piping hot’. The Pembrokeshire Coast national park awaits explorers.
5. Includes 1 family room. Plus self-catering cottage.
all year except Christmas and holiday in Feb and early March (ring or check website for dates).
sitting room, bar, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small garden.
all ages welcomed.
per room B&B single £60–£75, double £80–£98, family room (sleeps 3) £100–£115. Dinner for parties of 18 or more by arrangement. 1-night bookings sometimes refused weekends at peak times.