This beautiful small hotel has a little bit of everything: chic bedrooms that pack a punch, a cellar bar for cocktails before dinner, a stylish restaurant for delicious local food. In summer you decant into the garden, where a café/bistro opens up for coffee and cake or pizza from a wood-fired oven. There’s a smokehouse out here, too, then a yurt tucked away around the corner that comes with a wood-burner and a hot tub. It’s an intimate place, where staff stop to chat, locals pop in for a coffee, and you can take home a jar of quince jelly made by Ed’s mum. Food lies at the heart of the affair and you eat in a stylish restaurant with Welsh art on the walls, perhaps home-smoked salmon, slow-cook lamb, caramelised pear with blue-cheese ice cream. Beautiful bedrooms are scattered about. Those in the main house have cool colours, vast beds and fancy bathrooms. Those in the mews have a rustic feel and garden views; all have fluffy bath robes. Pembrokeshire’s coastal path waits for windswept cliffs and sandy beaches. Don’t miss St Davids or the Preseli Hills. Dogs are very welcome.