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Most recent booking for this hotel was yesterday at 10:41

Score from 104 reviews Fabulous 8.6/10

Newest reviews for Gwesty'r Webley

  • Julie
      United Kingdom
    27 August 2014

    The location was fantastic, so quiet and beautiful, the area is breathtaking with so many pretty towns and villages. The hotel is warm and the staff are very hospitable, Food was world class

    The light on the next building shining through our window

    10

  • Douglas
      United Kingdom
    26 August 2014

    Unexpected high quality food

    Nothing

    9.6

  • John
      United Kingdom
    25 August 2014

    This hotel is one mile beyond the start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, where you are well placed for the next leg.

    6.7

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    21 August 2014

    Location was great. Nice food and friendly staff.

    Outdated and overpriced. Face lift needed.

    7.1

  • Christine
      United Kingdom
    18 August 2014

    The owner was friendly and welcoming, the local views were amazing, the food was local produce and very good, the bed was comfortable, the bedroom clean and comfortable.

    7.5

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    17 August 2014

    watching the birds on the estuary and the lovely views - the food was good too.

    a bit dated

    7.1

  • Josje
      Netherlands
    15 August 2014

    a room with a (magnificant) vieuw(s)

    9.6

  • Ken
      United Kingdom
    10 August 2014

    Views and superior room. Food very good .

    I hour delay each evening for meal, unable to order in advance. Menu a little limited. Building requires attention, some work in progress.

    10

  • Soheil
      United Kingdom
    10 August 2014

    Location Friendly staff Good food

    9.2

  • Margaret
      United Kingdom
    9 August 2014

    The wonderful view across the estuary from the beer garden, the food and location, with New Quay and Fishguard within easy reach. Lovely breakfast served quickly and efficiently.

    8.3

  • Eiri
      United Kingdom
    5 August 2014

    The staff are really friendly and very helpful. The location is stunning. The breakfast was fab. Unfortunately we were at a party the night before so we didn't eat there but the food looked fabulous. Very comfortable bed.

    Just needs a bit of paint here and there. Think WIFI would be a good idea.

    8.8

  • Robert
      United Kingdom
    3 August 2014

    Location on the Teifi estuary within 50 yards of a footpath to the extensive beach Friendly staff

    There wasn't anything I didn't like

    9.2

  • Jayne
      United Kingdom
    31 July 2014

    Location was lovely, staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was nicely decorated and clean.

    En-suite shower room was tired and dated - shower not very clean - black mould on grout, soap holder in shower had no dish in it an was falling off the wall, flexible hose to shower was too short, in fact the height of the shower unit itself was far to high for some one of under five foot six - it was a struggle to reach. The bed sheet had tears in it and the Quilt cover had holes in. Obviously the chamber maids aren't paying much attention to detail.

    7.1

  • David
      United Kingdom
    30 July 2014

    A larger room.

    9.6

  • Glenn
      United Kingdom
    29 July 2014

    Friendly, relaxed, clean. Excellent food and great selection of beer. Lovely location and the atmosphere is relaxed and unpretentious.

    10

  • Axel
      United Kingdom
    28 July 2014

    quietness Fresh fod from the sea lobster for example

    7.9

  • Pauline
      United Kingdom
    27 July 2014

    Helpfulness of staff

    8.5

  • Stephanie
      United Kingdom
    26 July 2014

    the location is superb, staff are friendly, welcoming and helpful. Our room, though a little uninspiring decor-wise, was very comfortable, clean and we were well supplied with all the usual things - good quality towels, bedlinen etc. Breakfast was excellent. Well kept cellar with a good selection of wines and beers.

    the property is a little run-down and uninviting, especially from the outside but don't let that put you off. Simon and Ewan are excellent hosts and the hotel is right in all the places that matter (comfortable beds, cleanliness, food). With a facelift, this hotel would be hard to beat.

    7.9

  • Mary
      United Kingdom
    18 July 2014

    the staff were very friendly and welcoming. The room we stayed in had wonderful views over the estuary and we loved watching the tide going in and out. A jug of Pimms in the late afternoon sitting outside in the sun was a real plus point. Our bed was super comfortable with plenty of pilllows and our room and bathroom were spotless. We ate in the hotel bar every evening because the food was great. Perfectly cooked fish and scallops to die for.

    a very small and personal point really but as a user of skimmed milk I didn't like the whole milk supplied in the bedrooms - semi-skimmed would probably be more universally acceptable.

    8.8

  • Elisabeth
      United Kingdom
    16 July 2014

    Webley is a simple hotel in a beautiful situation; peaceful with views of the estuary and the wildlife and walks along the coast. The owner of the hotel is anxious to please and give really good service. His staff likewise. The cuisine is excellent and can be compared to more expensive restaurants.

    nothing really!

    8.3

  • Sheila
      Australia
    15 July 2014

    most amazing food. Restaurant quality meals in a friendly pub location.Steve and Sandra our hosts were friendly and helpful. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and wished it had been for more than one night. Would definitely recommend it and return if we ever visit UK again

    10

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    13 July 2014

    Great location. Food was very good and the bedroom no 6 was good and has great views over the bay and also had a great bathroom with walk in shower.

    6.7

  • John
      United Kingdom
    9 July 2014

    Evening meals were exceptional. I had the tastiest , most beautifully presented salmon ever. Stunning location. Room was plain but very comfortable beds and all the facilities we needed. Initially we were disappointed as didn't have a view of the bay but to be honest - we only were in the room late and it was dark.. Plus, unlike most places, the mirrors were all large enough and high enough for tall people

    breakfasts were a bit of a let down -both mornings we overcooked sausages and bacon, fairly dried out beans and not free range eggs. However a good selection of cereal, yoghurt and fruit

    7.5

  • Jane
      United Kingdom
    8 July 2014

    Friendliness and helpfulness of the owners. Nothing was too much trouble. Interesting and varied menu. Comfortable rooms. Beautiful location. Excellent value for money.

    Nothing

    10

  • Graham
      United Kingdom
    7 July 2014

    Wonderful location on the estuary. Simon and his staff were very welcoming and helpful. Evening meal was a delight, plenty of choice, particularly shell fish & fish.

    We had the last room available, room Nine. It was a bit small with an even smaller TV. But the bed was comfy. The Bathroom was in need of an ungrade. The Shower was complicated, I heard another guest complaining to Simon about the workings of their shower unit, so it seems it wasn't just ours. The cubical had a soup dish holder but no soap dish ? and when you undressed you found there was no coat hook ? The Bar, while very friendly was also shabby & in need of a male over. So for £85 per night a bit disappointing. Come on Simon, time to spend a bit of money on your lovely pub !

    7.1

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