“In this delightful, multi-coloured Regency town, the former Harbourmaster's waterfront house continues the theme: azure blue outside, multi-coloured inside. Downstairs: eating and drinking at the curving bar or in the informal dining room with inventive menus. Upstairs: seven bright, modern bedrooms. From the topmost, the master could keep an eye on all three harbours under his control.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
"The Harbourmaster has reinvented itself as a small hotel and restaurant modelled on contemporary designs, it's cosy as well as cool, homely as well as sophisticated."
Originally published by Independent (view article)
"Exposed stone walls and reconditioned wooden furniture hint at cosy fishing village simplicity, but the elegantly lit alcoves and bottled Welsh mineral water suggest otherwise."
Originally published by The Guardian (view article)
"The Harbourmaster Hotel is a true pioneer."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)