Pembrokeshire Farm B&B at Caermaenau Fawr, a small, luxury B&B near Narberth, has won another accolade to add to its ever growing list of awards.
The bed and breakfast, which opened in 2014, has been awarded the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence for the fourth year running.
The B&B has been inspected and selected by Sawday’s Special Places to Stay and has been the recipient of other prestige awards including the Booking.com 10/10 Award of Excellence for all three years it was a member and the Gohotels Outstanding Service Award.
Carol Peett, who owns the B&B with her husband, Rayner, said: “We are over the moon to win this important award for the fourth year running as it reflects the consistently superb reviews we receive from our guests on Tripadvisor. We are only a small, two room B&B and the wonderful guest feedback, reinforced by the fact that we are getting more and more repeat business, makes all our hard work worthwhile”.
“At Pembrokeshire Farm B&B we specialise in homemade, home grown and top quality Pembrokeshire produce and love to showcase all that Pembrokeshire has to offer to guests from all around the world. Recent guests here have come from the USA, Canada, Holland, Italy, France as well as the UK and we are proud to have had one of Wales’s biggest rugby stars staying here. Attention to detail and customer satisfaction are key here and we are happy to cater for guest’s special dietary requirements and like them to feel totally at home; as though they are staying with friends in the country rather than at a commercial B&B. Guests are welcome to relax in the garden with a cup of tea and some homemade cake in Summer or, in Winter, curl up with a book in front of a roaring log fire. It is that ”home from home” ethos, together with the freshly baked soda bread and cakes, homemade preserves and honey from our own bees that is much remarked upon in our guests’ reviews. Another draw are our three donkeys who play the starring role in many of our guests’ holiday photographs”.
Caermaenau Fawr was Carol’s childhood home which she inherited along with the three donkeys from her parents, Richard and Felicity Lewis, in 2012.
If you are coming to Pembrokeshire on holiday or for a weekend away or short break, do give Pembrokeshire Farm B&B a call on 01834 860338. http://www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk