Good Hotel Guide Review
On their Pembrokeshire working farm, the Evans family ‘warmly welcome’ visitors to their laid-back, 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 ‘excellent’ dinners – ‘good local produce, cleverly cooked’. ‘The duck breast with plums in port and wine sauce was very enjoyable; a lovely “proper” apple crumble for dessert.’ ‘Idiosyncratic’ 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’. St David’s is three miles away; the coast is close.
7, 2 in outbuildings, 1 on ground floor.
all year except 24–26 Dec.
drawing room, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, function facilities in converted barn, 1-acre garden.
babes in arms and over-11s welcomed.
allowed in cottage (£10 per night).
per room B&B £150–£210. À la carte £35.