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Visiting again I opted for the same room, Madona, ate in the hotel, explored the town and the coast. This hotel and the area continue to delight and inspire in equal measure. If anything the hotel seems even better than two years ago. The young...More
We stayed in the cottage two doors down from the main hotel...and it was a lovely, smart, well equipped place, on the harbour front, and with it's own parking space!
Comfortable, clean with gorgeous bathrooms...everything was perfect. Great touch were the Melin Tregwynt Welsh blankets/cartheni,...More
Went here in June 2016 after reading various good reviews in newspapers. We had to book the most expensive room as that was the only one available when we wanted to go. £210 B&B and dinner per night for 2. We had the top floor...More
Booked into the hotel's cottage accommodation, an inspired choice- including lounge, and kitchen, additional to the sumptuous bedroom.
Dinner was delicious; good wine reasonably priced; service of a high order. The fish portions were exceedingly generous.
Beforehand we toasted my wife in the bar- buzzing...More
The welcome on our arrival was the bench mark for the rest of our stay-warm,friendly and humourous.
Our harbour-view bedroom was smart yet cosy,mixing typical Welsh geometric design fabrics and modern vibrant colours.
The bar and dining room where upbeat modern and busy-used by locals...More
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We stayed in the Madona suite (in the rafters). We had a great view of the harbour from the harbourmaster's window (he used to sit here to view incoming and outgoing vessels). There is a comfy chaise-longue so you can lay... More
We stayed in the Madona suite (in the rafters). We had a great view of the harbour from the harbourmaster's window (he used to sit here to view incoming and outgoing vessels). There is a comfy chaise-longue so you can lay back and watch the changing scenery of the harbour. There is another sea-view window at the side, in the bedroom. From here you can relax in bed with a view of the sea below. Very luxurious room with character. Would highly recommend.
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"All rooms are brilliant, we did have a peek. Room 20 looks over the harbour."