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In the middle of their Pembrokeshire working farm, the Evans family ‘warmly welcomes’ visitors to their laid-back, pleasingly rustic restaurant-with-rooms. More

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Crug-Glas
Abereiddy Haverfordwest
St David’s
Pembrokeshire
SA62 6XX
Wales
01348 831 302

Hotel information

Bedrooms

7, 2 in outbuildings, 1 on ground floor.

Open

all year except 24–26 Dec.

Facilities

drawing room, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 1-acre garden.

Background music

classical.

Children

babes in arms and over-11s welcomed.

Dogs

allowed in cottage (£10 per night).

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B £150–£190. À la carte £35.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

In the middle of their Pembrokeshire working farm, the Evans family ‘warmly welcomes’ visitors to their laid-back, pleasing restaurant-with-rooms. The Georgian farmhouse, perhaps austere on the outside, is a family home, filled with photographs and inherited pieces – the handsome, generations-old dresser houses the honesty bar. Janet Evans serves ‘first-rate dinners’ in the dining room, report Guide regulars in 2018. ‘The view of sheep grazing added to our enjoyment of a beautiful twice-cooked Caerfai cheese soufflé and perfectly cooked duck.’ Cottage-style bedrooms (in the main building, a converted milk parlour and a coach house) might have a double-ended copper bath; a separate sitting room. An ‘excellent breakfast’ has ‘superb choice’. The coast is close.

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Crug-Glas
Abereiddy Haverfordwest
St David’s
Pembrokeshire
SA62 6XX

Guest comments

'Beautifully situated. The welcome is warm, and this and the friendliness of the staff made it a very enjoyable stay. The décor is idiosyncratic, neither contemporary nor taditional. The food was excellent - good local produce cleverly cooked and imaginatively presented but not over fussy. Breakfast has an extensive buffet (cooked breakfasts were offered but limited to eggs, bacon, mushrooms, sausage and tomatoes; beautiful thick cut sweet bacon. ' - David Birnie - July, 2018
'We had a really excellent meal, well up to the standard of the best restaurants in London! The hotel looks, in early spring, rather cold and sparse, but the welcome was warm and the view from the dinning room of the sheep grazing opposite added to pleasure of our visit and the enjoyment of our evening. First-rate soup, always a test of a good restaurant, a beautiful cheesy sauce with the twice cooked soufflé, as well as perfectly cooked duck and freshly caught fish with excellent wine at a reasonable price. ' - Julia de Waal - April, 2018

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