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WHAT WE LOVE...

Twr y Felin is set conveniently on the outskirts of the miniature city of St Davids. The hotel has an interesting history. At its core stands a windmill dating from 1806 (Twr y Felin means Mill Tower in Welsh), and in previous guises the property served as a temperance hotel and a base for GCHQ in the Second World War. It is now a unique, rather snazzy and ultra-modern place to stay. While no great beauty from the outside, it's stuffed full of of large and eye-catching works of contemporary art inside, most of which were inspired by the wonderful local scenery. The food - Welsh with modern twists - is equally creative, while the very comfy bedrooms have a masculine look to them.

THE DETAILS

Location

We love being just five to 10 minutes' walk from St Davids' many delights, including enticing pubs and restaurants and the unforgettable cathedral.

Twr y Felin is on the outskirts of St Davids and 15 minutes' walk from Caerfai Beach.
By car: the hotel is 3 hours from Bristol, 4 hours from Birmingham and 5 hours from London. Free parking is available on-site.
By train: London Paddington to Haverfordwest takes 4 hours 30 mins. Twr y Felin is a 25-minute taxi ride from the station. thetrainline.com

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Style & Character

Couples who are open-minded art lovers and are after memorable foodie experiences and a very comfy, minimalist-styled bedroom will love it here. The vast, vaulted lounge feels like an art gallery, and there's even a booklet to browse on the hotel's art collection.

Service & Facilities

We really enjoy the proud Welshness of the operation - from staff to food to art, which includes unusual portraits of the country's most famous actors.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Spa treatments at sister property
  • Room service
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free parking

Rooms

Our favourite room is the the circular, three-storey Tyddewi Windmill Tower Suite, with its fantastic, 360-degree views. Some rooms - the Oriel Spacious ones on the ground floor - come with private terraces overlooking a field and, in the distance, St Brides Bay.

Windmill and Oriel Unique, Windmill Spacious, Oriel Spacious, Windmill Indulgent, Rhosson Windmill Suite, Oriel Indulgent, Tyddewi Windmill Tower Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, luxury towels, slippers, Aromatherapy Associates toiletries, TV, coffee maker, kettle, mini fridge

Food & Drink

We love the breakfast. Cooked options include porridge with local honey and a full Welsh breakfast with laverbread (edible seaweed). There's no buffet under Covid rules. It's hard to pick just a single favourite dish from the main menu, but our starter of a scallop with apple- and elderflower-flavoured foam is memorable.

Blas Restaurant: seasonal, elegant contemporary dishes, Welsh-inspired cuisine, local produce, light lunches. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and drinks. Mains from £14.

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