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Had the most wonderful 2 night stay here..very quaint room overlooking the harbour loved the moulton brown products, staff very friendly would recommend 100 per cent !!!! Oh and breakfast was delicious ......
We stayed for two nights mid week and had an amazing time, warm welcome, excellent service from all the staff, delicious breakfast and evening meal and the room was pure luxury with complementary fresh milk and bottled water in the mini bar. John & Henry...More
A one night stay while on a business trip to West Wales meant an excuse to finally get to visit the Harbourmaster. My wife and I stayed in a room called Cadwgan which was comfortable and gave great views of the harbour and coast. We...More
We stayed for one night on our way to North Wales. What a great decision that was. It's in a perfect location overlooking the harbour. Our room was in the front of the hotel with a nice little window seat to watch the sunset. All...More
The hotel is situated right on the harbour side in a delightful position and offers free wifi and parking.
We stayed here for three nights to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary and it was everything we wanted. Our bedroom looked down over the harbour while...More
Good and free in the bar and the hotel room. I was able to do work emails and download documents with no issue.
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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.