I have no idea why anyone would consider this place to be either 'lovely' or reminiscent of a 'trip back in time'. Unless you find the idea of staying in Fawlty Towers lovely, and are seeking somewhere that reminds you of your smelly great aunt's house circa 1948, I would give this a hugely wide berth.
It is depressing, tired, dated and serves food that reminded me of an old people's home I visited when I was in the school band. The boiled egg had no definable yolk, but was rather a hard lump of grey matter indistinguishable from 10 year-old play dough. The coffee was like hot puddle water, and the scrambled egg also scrambled our stomachs. Indeed, my six-year old politely asked for the egg to be covered up while she ate as it was putting her off her floppy, cold toast.
I don't want to be mean, but seriously, don't go here. I paid £180 for two nights with my two little girls, and can honestly say that I could not wait to leave because it was so bad.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Superbly located in the picturesque historic 12th century Norman village of St Florence, in Pembrokeshire, West Wales, close to Coast and Countryside - Golf, Walking, Fishing, Culture and Heritage to name but a few. All rooms are en-suite - Deluxe Super King, King, Family, Double, Twin and Single available - with customary colour TV, hot drinks facilities, hair dryer. Restaurant, fully licensed bar, outdoor swimming pool,sauna. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Greenhills Hotel St. Florence, Wales - Pembrokeshire