Just returned from another lovely weekend in Pembroke staying at Cwmwennol. As usual, Vicky, Roy, Roger and other staff made our weekend truly relaxing and enjoyable.
As we usually get out and about a lot we have never tried any of the evening meals on offer (breakfast is superb with an amazing amount of quality options) but we did try the Lamb Roast on the last evening of our stay this time. It was probably the best 'cooked dinner' we have ever eaten in recent memory. Can't wait to go back and try other options on the menu next time around - whether we stay there or not (we have a static caravan in the locality that was occupied by friends on the weekend we stayed).
If you have dogs and are looking for an exceptional B&B (or county house...) in a great location look no further. We find it to be great value too.
If I have one criticism, Vodafone and Three do not work there (although I can get some signal in the car park), but as this is totally beyond the control of the owners the criticism is of the mobile network providers! Wi-Fi works in all places inside that I tried and they have a telephone land line that we were able to use for taxi's so all good ! Actually, thinking about it, NOT having a mobile signal made the weekend better....
Highly recommended for all but especially anyone travelling with a dog or two.
- 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