Spent a beautifully sunny weekend in May at St Bride's with my wife for an anniversary treat. We were given the friendliest and most professional of welcomes by the staff and shown to a perfect, sunny room with patio doors leading to a balcony/terrace which afforded superb views over the harbour, beach and stunning Pembrokshire coastline towards Swansea. A sunny afternoon was spent happily walking the coastal path to Tenby, followed by wallowing in the amazing infinity saltwater pool and gazing out over the bay.
We booked for dinner on the first night in the hotels' Cliff restaurant ; if the food were served in a trendy London restaurant,newspaper critics would be swooning. My wife ordered smoked duck with a red wine dressing and I had black pudding with spinach and poached egg - both were superbly executed and delicious. I then had a memorable main course of snapper with couscous and my wife indulged her carnivorous tendencies with a fine fillet steak and chips cooked in truffle oil, which were easily the tastiest chips either of us have ever eaten. 2 delicious puddings followed, all washed down with a lovely, robust, complex Mendoza for my wife and a crisp Zinfandel wine for me. Fabulous value at around £50 per head.
The breakfast and lunches were equally epic and we both decided it was as chic and memorable as any place on the cote d'azour we've encountered. We will be back, certainly, but in writing this review I had to overcome a selfish desire to keep this wonderful hotel a secret...
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