Twr y Felin Hotel, its two Rosette Blas Restaurant and Penrhiw Priory, have been shortlisted for Best Hotel, Best Breakfast and Best Guest Accommodation respectively, at the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2018.
Organised by Pembrokeshire Tourism, the awards celebrate the wide range of businesses that underpin the Pembrokeshire tourism industry, which is now worth approximately £585 million.
Twr y Felin, AA Hotel of the Year Wales 2017 – 2018 and Wales’ first contemporary art hotel is a former windmill, which has been meticulously restored and extended, and is now home to 21 bedrooms including two unique suites and over 100 pieces of specially commissioned art, inspired by the St Davids peninsula and Pembrokeshire.
Award winning Blas – meaning ‘Taste’ in Welsh – offers a menu influenced by the season and locality, with dishes featuring fresh locally sourced produce and designed to reflect Wales.
Penrhiw, an exclusive property close to the historic cathedral nestles in acres of private gardens, enveloped by woodland paths, river and meadow and is just a few minutes’ from St Davids Head and Whitesands Beach, making it the perfect location to explore the peninsula. Guests can enjoy fine dining at Blas Restaurant, with complimentary evening transfers available.
Paula Ellis, Group General Manager of Twr y Felin Hotel, Roch Castle and Penrhiw Hotel, said: “We are delighted to have been nominated for these three awards, which reflects the hard work of the entire team.” “We are very proud to be three of Pembrokeshire’s leading luxury boutique hotels and strive to provide all of our guests with the warm Welsh welcome that epitomises Welsh hospitality.”
The Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards consist of 15 different categories including; Best New Business, Best Impact Marketing Campaign and Best Sustainable Tourism.
Bed and Breakfast rates per room per night:
Twr y Felin Hotel - from £200
Penrhiw Hotel - from £190
Roch Castle - from £220