Having driven from the North to the South of Wales, we arrived rather tired and thirsty. We received a very warm welcome from Ruth, who has taken over the main responsibility of running the B&B aspect of the farm. We were offered tea on the terrace, which had the most glorious view over St Brides Bay and we sat in the warm sunshine, feeling the journey's toll slip from our shoulders. Ruth recommended The Nest for supper and , we managed to grab the last table in the restaurant. Many were turned away when we were there. Our room was the twin over looking the fields, with a pond, lovely family of ducks and the sheep of course. Yes there were some outbuildings but this is a farm for goodness sake (See Bostonian). Anyway these buildings provided a safe haven for the ducks overnight, so I won't complain about them. Our shower room was compact, but new & clean & perfectly adequate. There was a wide selection of toiletries and items on the hospitality tray. The beds were very comfortable. The breakfasts were delicious. Tip: Order kippers the night before for one breakfast, they were the best I have tasted in a long time and lovely and plump. We enjoyed watching Andy Murray win the Wimbledon Final with John and were made to feel completely at home. In fact Anne, John & Ruth all made us feel part of the family, even sharing a glass of Pimms to celebrate Ruth's birthday. As we will be visiting the area again, there is no doubt we will be back, if they'll have us & this time we will play the guitar & sing for you...promise!
- Also Known As:
- Bower Farm Guesthouse Haverfordwest, Wales - Pembrokeshire