5. Plus self-catering cottage.
all year except a few days over Christmas and Feb.
sitting room, bar, restaurant (for parties of 20 or more), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small garden, restaurant wheelchair accessible.
all ages welcomed.
per room B&B single £75, double £98. 1-night bookings sometimes refused at peak times.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Friendly and welcoming as ever, this B&B is run by second-generation owners Michael and Judith Cooper, and their son, Oliver. Launched in 1984 with Judith’s late parents, Cnapan has featured in the Guide for more than 30 years. The pretty, Grade II late Georgian house in a conservation area is a great base for those wanting to explore the Preseli hills, to walk the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, to spend a day on nearby sandy beaches, or simply to browse this small seaside town’s shops and galleries. Bedrooms, some with views of mountain and Norman castle, are contemporary, ‘not luxurious’, ‘not huge’, but ‘fresh and bright’, with original artwork, good toiletries, a ‘sparkling bathroom’, and wool blankets to go with a super-king-size bed. While the family no longer serve dinner, there are good places to eat out, including Llys Meddyg up the road (see next entry), pubs, cafés, a seafood restaurant – the Coopers will happily advise. The feeling is that of a family home. Guests can also take tea in the flower-filled garden, while breakfast brings local produce cooked to order, home-made marmalade. More reports, please.
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