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Reviewed June 18, 2018

Do not be put off by the Victorian exterior of Parc-le-Breos, nor by the somewhat lengthy T's and C's governing bookings. This B&B (which feels more like a hotel) is one of the most relaxing and welcoming places we have been, where we very soon felt at home. The house is set in peaceful park and farmland, with the nearest road some distance away. Nothing is too much trouble for the family who run it, nor for the other people who work there. Breakfast and evening meals (both with vegetarian options) are tasty and innovative, providing high quality eating not readily found elsewhere. We were walking the Wales coast path, stayed 6 nights, and would not hesitate to return.

  • Stayed: June 2018, travelled with friends
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Thank ramblerrambler
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Reviewed June 8, 2018 via mobile

Parc le Breos is a lovely guest house/hotel off the beaten track. We had a very warm welcome and the staff were friendly and helpful throughout our stay. We stayed in their smallest room, backing onto the courtyard, which gave us an extra entrance without having to go through the front. The standard of cleanliness was excellent and the quality of the food was good. The grounds and gardens were beautiful and perfect to sit outside on a sunny day. They have a kitchen to make tea/coffee with fresh milk and a fridge to store your own food/drink, which was greatly appreciated. There were one or two minor gripes, but all in all a lovely break. I would stay here again and recommend to others.

Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank angieandjay
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Reviewed May 30, 2018

A beautiful place with extensive grounds, from the moment you drive through the wooded driveway surrounded by bluebells you feel that you are being transported to a different time. The rooms are beautifully and tastefully decorated and staff helpful and polite. We had afternoon tea here which was delicious and plentiful. Will definitely return.

Stayed: May 2018, travelled with friends
Thank Sally F
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Reviewed May 13, 2018

A really friendly, high standard, yet relaxed B and B. Effectively a Hotel as evening meals are available most nights. Food was an excellent standard. Rooms comfortable and quiet. A really warm welcome from owners and staff.

Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank DandR
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Reviewed May 12, 2018 via mobile

We stumbled across this wonderful tucked away Guest House while walking in the nearby woods. We called in on the off chance of lunch. The setting of this old Victorian Shooting Lodge is stunningly beautiful & we were able to sit outside with our dog & enjoy a lovely lunch. My partners Ploughman’s Platter was huge with some amazing home cooked ham, I had the smoked salmon salad which was lovely. Friendly service, a hidden gem for sure!

Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank lynn m
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