I brought my husband here for his birthday, we stayed in room 25. Situated in a beautiful location giving amazing views from our balcony, which overlooked the estuary. The rooms are clean. Pool is a lovely temperature, towels provided from reception, jacuzzi was nice, the sauna is being remodelled so is currently unavailable. We went to the restaurant in the evening & it was phenomenal, the food was by far the best we've ever had....WOW, the chef seriously deserves a Michellin star for her food!!! There is a train track that runs along the front of the hotel but don't be put off by this, they don't go past often or through the night & it's actually quite nice to see. We will 100% be back.
This is a lovely country hotel with fantastic quality food at reasonable prices, big clean hotel room with a lovely balcony overlooking the sea. Staff very friendly. Great atmosphere, especially with the locals. Good parking, lovely deep swimming pool, nice jacuzzi. Dog made very welcome. Lift was a godsend and unexpected. Good for disabled. Would highly recommend. If I had to be critical, very small things - more basics in room such as tea and sugar (sure they would have provided if we'd asked!), strim back path to the beach, bar service sometimes slow. We read the reviews before booking and were concerned about trains passing during the night but we found they didn't. They stopped around 11-11.30pm. Double glazing is good and it certainly didn't disturb us.
We visited the hotel for an evening meal, we hadn't had much luck in the area finding somewhere to cater for all the families requirements but we were not at all disappointed! My goodness the most amazing food , we all had something different there were so many dishes we wanted to try. Extremely good value , the restaurant its self was authentic and a welcoming atmosphere. excellent service with friendly staff. Couldn't fault it . Just wish we could have managed the pudding. Definitely worth a visit .
A quirky retreat obviously valued by the locals and and vistors alike and great for exploration of the Ferryside aea. We had a comfortable and spacous room for three nights with great views from the balcony . The food was delicious and the staff couldn't be more helpful. We are so pleased to have discovered such a place and made so welcome and shall certainly return as often as we can.
Stayed for 1 night en route to Pembrokeshire. Good location, and, despite the odd train, a very relaxing place to spend time. The evening meal exceeded expectations, particularly as we arrived at 8pm, when the kitchen closed. All staff were relaxed and very helpful, which added to the experience. A swift drink on the terrace was a great way to relax after bank holiday traffic. The room and beds were of a generous size and the balcony on our room was very spacious. There was the need for a little tlc in some areas. The view is interesting, overlooking a beautiful estuary with a village on the other side of the water, which looks great in the evening. You do also overlook a static caravan park and a railway line. Ignore these though; the rest of the view is lovely. Now, if the owner could arrange for the odd steam train to run past, it would be epic.…