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Despite the accommodation being 'bed only' it was much appreciated to have such a warm clean room. In February when the north winds are blowing and you have been walking for hours a bath is perfect..and unusual these days! Slept well ..pub was quiet below....More
I am not sure if this pub would even be open in winter as it seems to be connected with the campsite next door where we stayed. It's nice to have somewhere to go at night and the location is fab, the main road is...More
I was pleasantly surprised by the size of the room.It was clean and had all the things you need for a pleasant nights stay. The bar looked a bit dinghy in the day time so went into St, Davids for an evening meal. We went...More
Often have a meal here after a walk on the beach and last time left a favourable review commenting on the good portions, but recently we have noticed that portions have been reduced on our last few visits. Coleslaw is now a mere teaspoon size...More
Stayed in the Duke of Edinburgh Inn Accommodation Saturday night. Room was large and very clean. Ate in the pub downstairs which was nice but basic.
No problem with the accommodation partner said it was a bit noisy in night with bar staff emptying bottles...More
Well behaved dogs are allowed inside (definitely in the bar area, not so sure about the lounge side). Badly behaved dogs will be asked to leave.
I seem to remember seeing a bowl of water left out for dogs to drink from