Pembrokeshire Coast: Two Night Stay For Two With Afternoon Tea and Breakfast for £99 at Cleddau Bridge Hotel (Up to 51% Off)
- Adjacent to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
- Nationally-protected coastline
- Voted second most outstanding coastal destination by National Geographic
- Wealth of beaches and coastal walks nearby
- En-suite double or twin room for two
- Afternoon tea with glass of bubbly each on day of arrival
- Full Welsh breakfast served each morning
- Flat screen TV, telephone, tea and coffee-making facilities
- Free Wi-Fi connection
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone: 01646 685961 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 48 hour cancellation policy. £25 surcharge for May and June bookings. Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 10.30am. Afternoon tea served on day of arrival. Original price based on best available rates.
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Bordered by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and its cinematic views, the quaint lodgings of Cleddau Bridge Hotel are ensconced in the striking seaside vistas that stretch into the distance of this protected beauty spot.
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In a double or twin room with afternoon tea and glass of bubbly on arrival, plus full breakfast each morning
Found in the heart of Pembrokeshire, Cleddau Bridge Hotel sits pretty in amongst the green and blue splendours of Wales' beautiful county. The hotel's scenic exterior is complemented by modern interiors, where a bar, restaurant and banqueting space provide ample dining spots. Guests will find the Royal Restaurant’s menu positively bursting with local Welsh cuisine and a slew of lighter bites and beverages courtesy of the Alberta Bar.
Settling into a large en-suite double or twin room, discover a space chock-full of handy amenities. A flat screen TV, telephone and tea and coffee facilities each share the lodgings, while free Wi-Fi connection keep the tech-savvy on the grid. To get procedures off to a flying start sit down to a delectable afternoon tea with a glass of bubbly on arrival, while both mornings are greeted by the hotel's cockle-warming full breakfast.
Lying adjacent to the hotel, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park covers a third of the county and features diverse attractions from rockpool safaris to bat walks. Pique historical interest with a trip to Carew Castle, which imposes a spectacular riverside position, encased by medieval battlements and impressively preserved turrets. An ambling ramble along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path will traverse the splendid beaches and backdrops that have afforded the path its National Trail status.
Trains: Pembroke Dock railway station is less than a mile from the hotel and is served by regular trains from London Paddington, Manchester Piccadilly and Bristol Parkway.
Road: Swansea can be reached by the M5 and M4, after which the A40 leads the way to Pembroke.
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A boat trip to Skomer, Skokholm or Grassholm island allows encounters with the bewinged spoils of the region, and trippers regularly spot hordes of puffins and gannets amongst the seal colony.
91% of LateRooms.com users would stay at The Cleddau Bridge Hotel again, while TripAdvisors’ opinions were a little more mixed regarding the evening meals, awarding the hotel 3.5/5. Visitors commented favourably on the staff and cleanliness of the rooms, but special mention went to the hotel’s location and sea views.
The staff are friendly and always willing to help, and the general feel of the hotel is positive - good dining areas, clean modern bar, and with good views over the haven.
– brummingham, TripAdvisor, Jan 2012
We were so pleased to find this hotel - it is so clean and tidy, the room we had, with a sea view was excellent, and breakfast was very good. Staff were very well presented, friendly and keen to help at all times.
– Harry Adams, LateRooms.com, Jul 2011