Luxury Pembrokeshire Hotels Showcased in Film
Three of Wales’ leading luxury boutique hotels located on the spectacular Welsh Coast in Pembrokeshire, have released short cinematic films to showcase their unique heritage, exceptional setting and contemporary interiors.
Two of the properties, Twr y Felin and Penrhiw Hotel can be found in Britain’s smallest city, St Davids, whilst the third, Roch Castle, is just seven miles away, close to one of the country’s best blue flag beaches, Newgale.Created by Marcus Thomas, a director at Black Lab Films based in South East Wales, the vision was to produce films that captured each properties’ historical story, their luxury interiors and to reveal them visually within the magnificent landscape of the peninsula. Marcus said, “I was so pleased to be awarded this commission as the three hotels are exceptional, both inside and out. Each one presented a unique challenge, and being able to produce films that did these buildings justice was just as important to me as the client”.
A former windmill built in 1806, Twr y Felin Hotel is now home to 21 ensuite bedrooms including two suites, and as Wales’ first contemporary art hotel, over 100 specially commissioned works from 20 Welsh, British and international artists are on display throughout the hotel.
Twr y Felin is also home to two Rosette Blas Restaurant, which features fresh locally sourced produce under head chef Simon Coe. Guests can enjoy a traditional Welsh breakfast featuring Laverbread and Cockles, indulgent afternoon tea and creatively modern evening meals.
Twelfth century Roch Castle is set on a rocky outcrop high above the landscape and delivers panoramic views of St Brides Bay and the Preseli Hills from its alfresco viewing platform, whilst Penrhiw Hotel is just a stone’s throw from the historic St Davids Cathedral, set in 12 acres of meadow, woodland walkways and sculpture garden.