16. 1 suitable for disabled, 6 in converted boathouse.
Lift, lounge/bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, meeting room, gym, on-street parking (can be difficult at peak times).
In public areas.
All ages welcomed.
Small dogs allowed in garden room (£25).
Per room B&B £125–£185. À la carte £30.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘The cucumber gin and tonic is a triumph’ at this long-established, family-friendly restaurant-with-rooms in a pretty village near Swansea – but there’s much more besides that receives admiration, including the ‘excellent’ cooking. The enterprise is run with generosity by two husband-and-wife teams, Sally and Dean Fuller and Catherine and Patrick Walsh (‘such friendly people’). Individually decorated bedrooms (some interconnecting) are spread between a converted pub and boathouse. ‘Ours was huge and bright, with a colossal shower and a big bath in the spacious bathroom.’ At lunch and dinner, sample a ‘superb’ leek and asparagus soup or ‘the best rack of Welsh lamb ever’. Mornings, a ‘very good’ breakfast has interesting choices: a spicy kedgeree; a full Welsh with cockles and laver bread.
An 18-hole championship course.