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St. Lawrence Country Guest House
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Reviewed 31 July 2014

Simply the best B&B ever. Pippa is a real character, full of fun and great tips, a born hostess. Philip is the master of the kitchen, producing fantastic breads, breakfasts and jams (try the 3-fruit marmalade!!!). Both give you the feeling that you can feel fully at home in their wonderful house, which is situated on 19 acres, strewn with picnic benches. There is an extraordinary medieval church on the grounds (how cool is that), as well as healing wells, which can be visited at any time. And there is a well-stocked bar and snack shelf (honesty box principle): guests are encouraged to chill out wherever they wish, whether outside or in the magnificent lounge. Breakfast is fantastic. It's just a pity that it isn’t possible to award more than five stars. Lucky, lucky future guests who are reading this! You will love it. We will certainly be back.

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank CK_the_translator
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Reviewed 28 July 2014

I cannot recommend this Guest House enough. Phil and Pippa are very welcoming they make you feel like part of their family. The room my Husband and I stayed in was superb with fantastic views. There is a very good choice for breakfast, felt disappointed that I couldn't eat more. The homemade breads and jams are heavenly.
Nothing is too much trouble for the hosts. The grounds are wonderful and tranquil, there is even a 12th-century church in the grounds that has 3 holy wells. Please visit this Guest House as it is well worth it.

Room Tip: Luxury suite. Chamuel room 6 is large and sunny with ensuite facilities and beautiful views.
  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank WelshRob
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Reviewed 27 July 2014

I stayed three nights but wished it had been longer. Best bed I have slept in for a long time.
En-suite room very pretty, very comfortable and very clean. The welcome folder in the room is very informative and the fresh milk and water in the fridge along with an array of biscuits, teas, coffees and chocolate drinks, were very welcome.
Owners, Philip and Pippa, a charming couple, welcomed me warmly and made me feel instantly relaxed.
Breakfast is splendid - a tasty (and tasteful) delight. Philip bakes a different type of bread each day and they are all deliciously different, he also makes the preserves (I can recommend the three fruit marmalade) and his mixed fruit compote is out of this world.
Pippa goes to a lot of trouble to explain what is on offer at breakfast on your first morning.Even the bacon and sausage were the best I have tasted in years.
There is a wide range of cereals and imaginatively served fruit with numerous juices and yoghurts, on the buffet
Orders for hot items are taken and individually tailored to your requirements.
St Lawrence has been shortlisted (1 of 3) to be judged for the best breakfast in Wales - and they deserve it.
The grounds of St Lawrence are simply beautiful and the views are fantastic. You can walk through the grounds on the well tended path ways - you must sit and take in the fabulous views from the 'wine bench'! St Lawrence is simply a wonderful place to stay.

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled solo
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Thank Terri L
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Reviewed 27 July 2014

What can I add to what has already been said? Room, breakfast, welcome and service were all first class. Set in a peaceful location with great views this is the ideal place to relax after exploring the wonderful coastline. Pippa and Phil could not be more attentive to their guests' needs.

Ten out of ten. Will certainly return.

Room Tip: Ask for a room at the back of house for great rural views.
  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank MartinCOYS
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Reviewed 26 July 2014

My husband and I enjoyed a lovely honeymoon at this B&B. Pippa and Ian go to a lot of effort with breakfast and make home made breads, home made jams and compotes and lovely fruit salads for breakfast. The fry ups are also excellent and I liked the fact they try to source food locally and some fruit from their own garden.

The setting of the B&B is idyllic with lovely countryside views. Our bedroom was clean and tidy.

When we arrived we were greeted at the B&B with yummy home made treats like welsh cakes.

Pippa is very knowledgeable about local walks that can be undertaken in the area.

The B&B is conveniently located, 5 min drive from Tenby, 20-30 min drive from Stackpole. You do need a car to get by in the area.

Whilst the breakfast at the B&B surpassed most breakfasts we have had at hotels in the UK, we did not find the restaurants in Tenby particularly great and I wouldn't say we are picky eaters. You are better off saving your money and getting takeaways. The best meal we had all week was fish and chips from a chip shop which was actually delicious!

Both Pippa and Ian are very accommodating and I would really recommend staying here!

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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