My fiance and I moved to west Wales from Chelsea, London last year and have tried to visit as many restaurants and recommended gastropubs in the local area as possible as we love eating out. Although there are some very nice restaurants in the Pembrokeshire area, most notably The Grove in Narberth, our favourite by far is Hammet House.
This is because not only is the food superb, creative and beautifully presented but it is the full experience and ambience of the place which we love. We have visited the place a few times, the most recent being for dinner a few days ago and each time we leave very happy. The service is exceptional, often with one of the owners wandering round chatting to guests. The girls who work there are lovely, chatty and helpful.
As for the decor, that is the best bit!! I simply cannot understand the negative comments left by other people. The owners have taken what was a tired 'Faulty Towers' and breathed new life into it. The feel is modern and fun but without pretension. The whole place has clearly been carefully thought out and is a true labour of love. The vibrant colours and Phillippe Starck 'ghost' chairs are a lovely touch. It is a breath of colourful and creative fresh air from the chintzy and rather dull decor in all the other hotels in the area.
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