Stayed at Awelon for the second time on 11th March for three nights with my partner. We had previously stayed last summer.
Once again we have had a marvellous break. Katherine welcomed us warmly and seemed genuinely pleased to see us. Katherine has a new puppy called Fudge which is just the cutest thing ever. The dogs are lovely and friendly and are kept in a room of their own so please ignore any reviews which talk of them negatively. They do not present any problems with noise, smells or risk to hygiene! We had a long chat over a coffee before going up to our room. There are new carpets on the stairs and hallways. Our room was immaculately presented with homemade cake awaiting us.
Over the course of our three days we had perfect breakfasts which included fresh fruit salad, full cooked, Welsh cakes with butter, jams etc etc - incredible really.
We were in Manorbier to do some walking but it was very foggy for two of the days. No matter - Katherine gave us lots of ideas and information and we had a great stay once again. After our first walk from Amroth to Manorbier Katherine very kindly drove us back to Amroth to pick our car up which was really kind.
Awelon is a jewel of a place and we will be returning again and again for sure! Thanks Katherine for another lovely time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Awelon is my family home and small bed and breakfast by the sea overlooking the beach. It has been featured in The Guardian Newspaper, Welsh Coastal Life and Coast magazine, and Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay Guide. I am featured in their Ethical, Wild Wales, Close to the Coast, and the only B and B in Wales in their European Beach View Collections. The garden has been designed by RHS Chelsea multi gold medal winner show garden designer, Andy Sturgeon. The garden has been featured in Coast Magazine. It is open plan downstairs with a guest sitting area opening out onto a seated patio area. The dining room overlooks Manorbier Castle, and I have been awarded a Pembrokeshire Produce mark in recognition for trying to source as much local produce for our breakfasts as possible. I try and cater for all dietary requirements including Gluten Free, diabetics,guests with food allergies.All the rooms upstairs have sea views and views towards the Castle, Manorbier Beach and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. I have a twin room with sole use private shower room/W/C & Basin, just outside the room and a double room with en suite.Home baking is provided on the hospitality room trays. Please note I have Cocker Spaniel dog who lives in the house downstairs but she is not out at any meal times or wandering around, therefore I cannot take pets. Free WIFI is available. I am a non smoking household. ... more less
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