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Poppit Sands Pembrokeshire Coast, Cardigan, SA43 3LN, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9.1/10! (score from 161 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Gwesty'r Webley.
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BBQ facilities, Garden
Golf course (within 3 km), Fishing, Windsurfing, Darts, Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Mini golf, Games room, Children's playground
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in some hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, Luggage storage
Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
16:00 - 21:00 hours
07:00 - 10:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 15 per person per night for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 161 reviews
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Score from 23 reviews Fabulous
Less than 5 miles from New Quay, The Swallows Guest House offers bed and breakfast accommodation sitting in a garden with terrace and BBQ facilities.
Score from 59 reviews Superb
Right by the beach, the Ship Inn is a friendly and welcoming place to sleep, eat and drink. All rooms offer amazing views of the beach.
Score from 112 reviews Fabulous
In the beautiful Gwaun Valley, Gellifawr offers spacious rooms, a bar and good food. About 4 miles from the beaches at Newport Sands, Gellifawr Hotel has free Wi-Fi and free parking.
Score from 97 reviews Very good
Very peaceful and picturesque
We loved our free upgrade on arrival and being allowed to check in earlier than stated. The room was a very high standard and the views spectacular! I'd highly recommend the evening meal as we ate there twice and loved the taste and presentation.The staff were friendly and helpful too.All in all a super 3days break xx
Only thing was, that we had read(a review) it was a short walk to shops....this was not accurate for us( 45 minute walk to cardigan.)There is, however a nice little pub which does lovely meals just a 10 minute walk away...
Everything was what we expected for our stay. Would recomend it to our freinds.
cleanliness, view and the staff at the hotel which made us all feel very welcoming. thank you, we were there on a sad occasion but they helped make it really pleasant for us. thank you
a little small thing the windows weren't clean, I know it's small but if it helps them with first impressions then we hope it helps. It didn't spoil anything for us, we just noticed it.
Friendly helpful staff
position of hotel
Premises were badly in need of up-grading, cleanliness was poor. Ambience in pub was disappointing, we only ate there once for dinner. Overall, an unsatisfactory experience!
Lovely setting, very welcoming.
liked everything about the place but location is perfect, beautiful and quiet. My husband and I travel a lot UK and overseas and I would like to put on record that this hotel during our stay put on the best breakfast of anywhere we stay in (Hotels or B&Bs), that the majority of the food seems to be locally sourced, very fresh and cannot be beaten on the variety of what is on offer be it cereals, cooked breakfasts, bread/croissants/fruit in season (raspberries largest ever seen anywhere including Scottish soft fruit growing areas and as if hand picked that morning), plus other fruits bananas/melons etc., preserves from local farm, yoghurts, nice touch the wrapped butter and tea bags were Welsh! To someone who has learned some of the language it is good to hear Welsh spoken there. We had meals on all evenings bar one at the hotel and some lunches and menus were imaginative and again obviously where possible every item locally sourced and that is a winning asset to any hotel. Almost immediately I knew we would want to return to this hotel. Work is being done on the exterior but this did not interfere with our stay and the bedroom (not one with sea views but we were not concerned as elsewhere the views are super) was large, cosy, very clean, bright and comfortable, and the bathroom modern and spacious. Extremely good value for 5 nights BB& EM. We already knew well the Pembrokeshire/Cardiganshire area but not this particular spot and feel when next travelling to West Wales the Webley is where we shall be staying. Thanks to Simon & Co. for everything, and p.s.wi-fi worked for us!
Anything not quite perfect would not be worth mentioning.
The situation, the friendliness of the management
This is an old building in a harsh seaside environment and which is not viable to restore. Consequently, things will continue to go downhill.
The staff were fantastic, friendly and helpful. We had a meal there and the food was fantastic, and the location was second to none.
The room we had was desperately in need of renovation, with a shower hose that reached half way up my body and a second shower that was not connected and loose electricity wires to name just a few. However our friends had no complaints about their room.
The view - stunning. The staff were very friendly and pleasant. The Restaurant food was excellent.
Bedroom decor a bit tired. Bathroom and shower very small.
Position of hotel , overlooking the sea at Cardigan Bay. Very peaceful and quite. The proprietors made us feel very welcomed and helpful
Location, staff, breakfast excellent.
Rooms small and a bit drab.
A waterside delight, a must if your into paddle boards or canoes. The owner Steve a charming man. The restaurant a real surprise a match for any four star hotel. Will visit again when in Wales
An beautiful situation and easy access to Poppit Sands . Excellent meals the quality and variety was superb . Mine host could not have been more welcoming and helpful .
Staff, food and location.
Hotel decor needed attention.
Location great. Friendly staff.
Hotel overall very tired & could do with a face-lift which the owner is trying to do bit by bit.
Location Very good breakfast
Lack of towels and bath mat Dirty shower Very small room
Food, beer, quiet, scenery
Small room (#2)
very good location, with super views, good choice at breakfast. Very quiet for peaceful nights sleep. Easy access to the beach and coastal path, very useful bus the Poppit rocket, which connected the beaches so you can walk and catch the bus back.
Very nice people willing to help make stay enjoyable. Dinner menu very good. A nice quiet location.
Breakfast time was early and only an hour slot.
The room was excellent. Bathroom as big as the bedroom. Really well appointed. Lovely view of the estuary in the evening, drinks al fresco, all very relaxing after an hard day.
standard not as expected from internet pictures table was really low down where you made your tea & coffee also the kettle smelled windows were really dirty we had 3 windows in our room looking onto washing, bins & looked like flats, carpark
Fresh well presented seafood for dinner and a relaxed, friendly environment.
fabulous views and friendly staff
Many items from the menu were not available. Poor overall finish of rooms, definitely not superior as booked. This hotel could be stunning but is tired and in desperate need of a refurb
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