We read a lot of mixed reviews about this hotel but decided to go on our gut instinct anyway
This hotel is dog friendly, we took our dog, who is quite large and there were other residents with dogs too. the owners Roy and Vicky have Dalmatian dogs and one of them is usually in the lounge and is quite friendly
Roy and Vicky and their staff are very friendly and accommodating. There are some bad review about the hotel, but this is Roy and Vicky's home and as such you get the feeling that they want to be involved and make you feel comfortable. We enjoyed their company and conversation in the evenings. Roger the chef and barman was also very friendly and accommodating.
Agreed that the hotel is quite dated and could do with a face lift but it is clean and homely. It has everything that we needed, a good clean comfortable bed, good shower, lovely thick towels and a tv in the room.
It was great to be able to see badgers in the evenings, there is a large picture window in the bar that you can sit at and watch them for hours,
Although dogs are allowed at the hotel, they are not allowed in the dining room but are allowed in the bar. We had a fantastic meal and my husband chose from the bar menu and I chose from the dining room menu, but we ate in the bar so the dog could be with us. The vegetarian Lasagne and Veggie chilli were some of the best we've ever eaten.
we loved the atmosphere at Cumwennol and feel the other residents must have felt the same as everyone was chatty and friendly, which we don't often find in big corporate type hotels.
Breakfast is of the highest standard. Fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, cereal and a great range of cooked.
We would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel and certainly are planning on returning if they would have us.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A hotel surrounded by beautiful woodland. Vicki and Roy welcome you to the Cwmwennol Country House which sits in the Swallowtree woods, gradually extending towards the shoreline and westwards towards Monkstone Point. If you fancy a stroll to the beach then take the path through the woods and you will be there in minutes. The bright and well-appointed rooms all have en-suite shower or bath, a television and a hospitality tray. The restaurant is non-smoking and has a wide selection of delicious meals on offer and, for the smaller appetite bar snacks. Whilst staying at the Cwmwennol Country House you will not be short of things to do with plenty of beaches to explore, the furthest being a thirty-minutes drive away. The Georgian town of Tenby has a beautiful harbour and is a must for anybody visiting the area. With three castles in the surrounding area Manorbeir, Pembroke and Carew you won't be short of fun things to do. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cwmwennol Country Hotel
- Cwmwennol Country House Saundersfoot, Wales