There’s no mistaking you’re in Pembrokeshire at this exceedingly amenable B&B. Jayne Hancock is a font of local knowledge, and her love of where she lives extends to the use of fashionable Melin Tregwynt blankets, locally made organic toiletries and delicious breakfasts cooked on the Aga from fresh Pembrokeshire produce.
Like those Melin Tregwynt blankets, Fields Lodge combines reassuringly traditional elements with contemporary flair. ‘Our accommodation reflects our desire for you to be happy, relaxed and pampered,’ says Jayne. The bedrooms are top notch with deep, comfortable beds, power showers and modern touches. The outdoors is pretty good too, along with those sensational Pembrokeshire sunsets.
Walkers, birdwatchers and watersports enthusiasts are in their element. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is close by, and you’re on the doorstep of Sandy Haven beach, the undiscovered Dale Peninsula and ornithological hot spots like Skomer and Skokholm islands.