The Old Granary is a great place to stay. The bedrooms are comfortable and large and we loved the generous living space. The house is well insulated from the Pembrokeshire wind and manages to feel cosy and spacious. The children enjoyed playing outside and being so near to the fantastic beach. The kitchen was great for cooking in, but it was also handy to have the option of the nearby pub for good food a short walk away. The views from the house over the bay are fantastic and there is loads to explore nearby. We enjoyed walks along the coastal path, days on the beach, a boat trip round Ramsey Island and horse riding on the beach. There is a small camp site near the house, but that didn't bother us at all.
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What's not to like given that opening title? Nothing, if you don't mind looking at acres of sea and sky, living in an uncluttered, spacious, well-appointed accomodation and a few tents in the camping field outside, you'll love it. The Druidston Hotel is a five minute stroll down a secluded track to the road by the famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The lovely beach at Druidstone Haven is just beyond. I can't think of a nicer place to get away from the hurly-burly. The folk who run it deserve to be proud.