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 (Sky, Freeview), civil wedding licence, terraces, art gallery, spa (treatment room, infinity hydro pool).
all day in public spaces.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some apartments.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
 per room B&B £170–£310, D,B&B from £200 (at limited times of the year). À la carte £35.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘The sea views, over Saundersfoot Bay, are exceptional’ at this family-friendly hotel, perched above a village in the Pembrokeshire Coast national park. ‘This old hotel has been rebuilt with the ambition, vision and impressive style one might more readily associate with California or Australia,’ say trusted Guide correspondents this year. Lindsey and Andrew Evans are the owners; ‘plenty of efficient staff’ add to the ‘low-key ambience’. ‘They were very welcoming to our children and grandchildren, who were staying nearby.’ Among ‘Good’, ‘Better’ and ‘Best’ bedrooms, choose one with a balcony to take in the coastal panorama. ‘Our sea-view room, one of the smaller ones available, was stylish and very pleasant (but we’d go for a larger room next time). Dressing gowns and slippers were provided; there was fresh milk in the fridge.’ Dine well in the newly refurbished restaurant, perhaps on ‘wonderful scallops’ accompanied by a ‘particularly good’ wine list; next day, feed the soul with dramatic landscapes from the Coastal Path passing by the front door. (Pauline and Stephen Glover, A and AG)