34. 1 suitable for disabled. Plus six 2-bed apartments in grounds, and self-catering apartments in village.
lift, lounge, bar, restaurant, Gallery dining area, meeting/function rooms, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, terraces, art gallery, spa (treatment room, infinity hydro pool).
all day in public spaces.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some ground-floor apartments, not in hotel.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
per room B&B £170–£320, D,B&B £200–£340 (at limited times of the year). A la carte £35.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘The physical ambience and sea coast views are wonderful,’ write trusted readers, of this spa hotel overlooking bay and village on the Pembrokeshire coast. It is the reinvention of an older hotel, by owners Lindsey and Andrew Evans, with a holiday, leisure vibe, albeit slightly ‘impersonal’. From private balcony, restaurant, bar and spa, guests can gaze out over the sands. ‘Very stylish’ bedrooms have handmade furniture, artwork, a woven throw. ‘Fresh milk in a fridge was a nice touch,’ another reader notes, advising that a ‘better’ (medium) room was ‘smallish, although with a high-quality bathroom’; ‘best’ would have been better yet. A note from management warned of a £75 charge if robes and slippers went AWOL. At dinner in the Cliff restaurant, Michael Mathieson’s menus showcase local, seasonal produce in such dishes as Atlantic cod poached in olive oil, braised and crispy wild black rice, samphire, Normandy sauce. The wine list is ‘extensive and modern’. Breakfast brings ‘delicious’ sautéed mushroom and laver bread on a toasted muffin; pancakes; smoked haddock, free-range eggs. Staff are ‘mostly friendly, efficient’ and legion. ‘We would return.’ (P and SG)