5. Plus self-catering cottage.
sitting room, bar, restaurant (for parties of 20 or more), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, small garden, only restaurant suitable for disabled.
all ages welcomed.
 per room B&B £95, 1-night bookings sometimes refused at peak times.
Good Hotel Guide Review
In a ‘fantastic area to explore’, between the Preseli hills and Pembrokeshire national park, this ‘exceptionally friendly and welcoming’ guest house was first listed in the Guide more than 30 years ago. Today, third-generation owners Michael and Judith Cooper run their personable B&B with the help of ‘well-informed staff, several of whom are family’. The early 19th-century building stands just back from the road, close to shops and galleries, beach and Coastal Path. Bedrooms are contemporary and uncluttered, with pictures by local artists on the walls. Each has a super-king-size bed (made with sheets and a Welsh wool blanket if you prefer) and views of garden, mountain, church or Norman castle. A family room sleeps three. Sit in the quiet rear garden with a book over afternoon tea, or clink glasses of Prosecco at sundown. Dinner is no longer served except for large groups or exclusive-use residents, but there are several good options within strolling distance; the excellent Llys Meddyg is just up the road (see next entry). Spread your toast with home-made marmalade and local jams at breakfast; hot dishes are cooked to order. (JL)
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