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THE HIGHLIGHTS
This inviting hotel offers a unique blend of contemporary design and historic charm. With spacious and elegantly-decorated rooms, attentive service and a fantastic restaurant, this is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for a truly memorable experience in the heart of Pembrokeshire's St Davids.

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THE LOCATION

Located in a quiet spot on the edge of St Davids, Britain's smallest city (population, 1,600) that feels more like a village. Pembrokeshire's glorious coastline, which is hugged by a walking trail and features many wonderful beaches, is also on the doorstep. Whitesands beach is ten minutes' drive. Oriel y Parc, an impressive art gallery and visitor centre for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, is across the lane from the hotel.

By car: the hotel is 3 hours from Bristol, 4 hours from Birmingham and 5 hours from London. Free parking is available on-site.

By train: London Paddington to Haverfordwest takes 4 hours 30 mins. Twr y Felin is a 25-minute taxi ride from the station. Book trains to Haverfordwest.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

This smart hotel looks modern and design-focused, despite being over 200 years old. Public areas feature large-scale commissioned artworks inspired by the local scenery of Pembrokeshire.

THE FACILITIES

General manager Paula Ellis is one of Wales' top hoteliers. Neatly-dressed staff are eager to please and well-tuned to guests' needs, verging on the fairly formal.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Spa treatments at sister property
  • Room service
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free parking

Rooms

Bedrooms are decked out in shades of brown, grey and cream, with floorboards and leather furnishings. Most of the limestone bathrooms have a large walk-in shower and a bath.

Room types: Windmill and Oriel Unique, Windmill Spacious, Oriel Spacious, Windmill Indulgent, Windmill Suites, Oriel Indulgent,

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Aromatherapy Associates toiletries, TV, tea and coffee-making facilities

Food & Drink

Blas (the name is Welsh for 'taste') serves up some of the most imaginative and elaborately-presented food you'll find in west Wales. Local ingredients are championed and there is plenty of locally-caught seafood, lamb and organic cheeses from a nearby dairy farm.

Blas Restaurant: seasonal, elegant contemporary dishes, Welsh-inspired cuisine, local produce, light lunches. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and drinks. Mains from £14.

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