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“A gorgeous country retreat, set in 600 acres of farmland on the Pembrokeshire coast. The luxurious 7 room boutique hotel boasts stunning views and fantastic home cooking in the family run restaurant. A gem for short stays, weddings and private parties. ”

“A gorgeous country retreat, set in 600 acres of farmland on the Pembrokeshire coast. The luxurious 7 room boutique hotel boasts stunning views and fantastic home cooking in the family run restaurant. A gem for short stays, weddings and private parties. ”

Hotel Review

Crug Glas has become one of the most popular places to stay for visitors in Pembrokeshire. The lovely beach of Abereiddy is very close and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is on its doorstep. This luxurious retreat has a host of activities to offer to the enthusiastic explorer. With a popular local restaurant, the owners of Crug Glas work tirelessly with a cheery smile to ensure service remains the best. From the refreshing crab salad, to the monkfish wrapped with Parma ham, the melting Welsh beef and the mango and passion fruit pavlova, all our dishes were excellent. The hotel also offers a function room converted from one of the farm buildings, a beautiful venue for weddings and private parties.The Bedrooms are full of character: a vast four poster, stunning copper bath, and all draped in gorgeous fabrics - the luxury here is heartfelt. Within the grounds are also two private out houses, both spacious and relaxing, these are perfect for a romantic weekend getaway. Full of character and excellent value for money.
Recommended for
  • Great walks
  • The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is the only section of coastline in the UK to be designated a National Park.
  • Birdwatching
  • Local walking routes weave along a rich marine haven for off-shore birds.
  • Cycling
  • The 100-mile Tour of Pembrokeshire is fast becoming a must-do event.
  • Wildlife Area
  • Pembrokeshire coast home to seals, birds, porpoises and dolphins.
  • Coastal
  • Just 2 miles from the Pembrokeshire coastal path
  • Sights nearby
  • St. David's - home to a 12th century Cathedral
  • Kayaking
  • Charming
  • Sailing
  • Romantic Break
  • Country Escape
  • Weddings
  • Hideaway

Recommended For

  • Great walks
  • The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is the only section of coastline in the UK to be designated a National Park.
  • Birdwatching
  • Local walking routes weave along a rich marine haven for off-shore birds.
  • Cycling
  • The 100-mile Tour of Pembrokeshire is fast becoming a must-do event.
  • Wildlife Area
  • Pembrokeshire coast home to seals, birds, porpoises and dolphins.
  • Coastal
  • Just 2 miles from the Pembrokeshire coastal path
  • Sights nearby
  • St. David's - home to a 12th century Cathedral
  • Kayaking
  • Charming
  • Sailing
  • Trekking
  • Romantic Break
  • Country Escape
  • Weddings
  • Mountain biking
  • Hideaway
  • Restrictions on children
  • No children under 12
  • Wedding license
  • Country House
  • Restaurant
  • Secluded setting
  • B+B
  • Disabled access
  • Luxury
  • Four poster beds
  • Free wifi

Facilities

  • Garden
  • 1 acre garden, 600 acre farm
  • No pets
  • allowed in one suite only
  • Restrictions on children
  • No children under 12
  • Bar
  • charming honesty bar
  • Fireplace
  • Wedding license
  • Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Towelling robes
  • Disabled access
  • Suites
  • Four poster beds
  • Wifi
  • Free wifi

Activities

  • Great walks
  • The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is the only section of coastline in the UK to be designated a National Park.
  • Birdwatching
  • Local walking routes weave along a rich marine haven for off-shore birds.
  • Cycling
  • The 100-mile Tour of Pembrokeshire is fast becoming a must-do event.
  • Wildlife Area
  • Pembrokeshire coast home to seals, birds, porpoises and dolphins.
  • Sights nearby
  • St. David's - home to a 12th century Cathedral
  • Sailing
  • Kayaking
  • Trekking
  • Mountain biking

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The owners of Crug Glas, Janet and Perkin Evans work tirelessly, and always with a cheery smile. Perkin has recently handed over his farm to his sons and is now fully employed helping Janet to run the guesthouse and to cook the breakfasts.

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