Good Hotel Guide Review
The panoramic views of Saundersfoot harbour and the coastline from this modern hotel above Carmarthen Bay are ‘exceptional’ – and the inward calm that washes over guests in the award-winning spa isn’t bad, either. Seaside splendour comes to the fore here: light floods in through floor-to-ceiling windows, ocean air through glass doors. ‘Very pleasant’ bedrooms are styled in breezy nautical hues; some have a balcony. A bonus: residents get a 90-minute session in the spa’s hydro pool. In the restaurant and bar, or on the terrace, Pembrokeshire produce and locally landed fish feature on regularly changing menus. In the village, a downhill stroll away, a modern chippy and beach barbecue are offshoots.
St Brides Hill
34. 1 suitable for disabled. Plus six 2-bed apartments in grounds, 12 self-catering in village.
lift, lounge, bar, restaurant, Gallery dining area, meeting/function rooms, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, terraces, art gallery, spa (treatments, infinity pool), public areas wheelchair accessible, adapted toilet.
all day in public areas.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some ground-floor apartments.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single £145–£230, double £190–£350, D,B&B (at limited times of year) double £210–£430. À la carte £40.