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Julia and Stuart are the perfect hosts, with their knowledge of local areas and recommendations they go above and beyond to make sure you are welcomed from the second you park your car, until the moment you leave. Our room was spotless and the balcony...More
A lovely welcome, the hosts were so friendly, spotless and comfortable room, great food, beautiful gardens and a fantastic location for Amroth and Tenby – what more can I say! We will definately return!!
Beautiful! Lovely setting in Pembrokeshire with spectacular garden and views. Spotlessly clean and comfortable. Food spectacular. Welcome great with tea and strawberry cream scone\cake and tea\coffee. Lovely end to our walk along the Pembrokeshire coastal path.
We had a great couple days in WW made all the better having somewhere so wonderful and relaxing to come back too. Great hosts, beautiful home and gardens , terrific breakfast. Will certainly stay here again!!
Excellent B & B,Julia and Stewart were brilliant hosts and we had a lovely few days holiday. Breakfast was really well done and the twin room we stayed in was faultless. Amroth was very central to all we wanted to see.
Response from MelliehaAmroth | Property representative |
Hi Terry , I am so sorry I did not receive this question and have only just noticed it on the page. Mellieha is located on the road leading out of Amroth heading towards Wisemans Bridge but only 150 yards from the sea front... More
Hi Terry , I am so sorry I did not receive this question and have only just noticed it on the page. Mellieha is located on the road leading out of Amroth heading towards Wisemans Bridge but only 150 yards from the sea front,
shops and restaurants. We are in our own grounds with private parking for each room.
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"Room 3. Nice balcony and great view of the garden"