Need To Know
Eight individually decorated rooms.
11am. Earliest check-in, 2pm. If the hotel is quiet, they can be flexible.
Hire the whole house for £1,000 a night; it sleeps up to 21. Llety can tailor individual packages, such as picnics on the beach, or special-occasion drinks parties for up to 40 and organise accommodation in the village for any extra people.
At the hotel
There’s a free DVD library and a huge vinyl collection to use on the record player in the lounge; adjoining gift and interiors shop, Seld. There’s also a new shared kitchen for guests to use. In rooms, free WiFi, widescreen TV and DVD player and iPod stereos, fridge for your own use, Frette bedlinen, roll-top bath.
Our favourite rooms
Room names are numbers in Welsh: Dau is two; Naw is nine; Deg is 10. The family suites are the most spacious, with their own kitchenette cubby and huge sofas. Naw has a four-poster. All rooms are sea-facing (bar singles), but suckers for a view should go for upper floors: we loved lilac-hued Dau (pronounced ‘Di’) on the second floor.
When the sun shines, it’s glorious, but it’s better to play safe and take a windcheater or waterproofs, although if you do get caught out in a downpour, Llety has a drying room, which is in handy in bad weather.
There’s a two-night minimum stay on weekends and public holidays. The modern and vintage homewares from their design-led interiors store are also available online from www.seld.co.uk.
Under-twos stay free and children under 12 can have an extra bed in a suite for a small charge; some rooms combine to form family suites (Naw & Deg, Cant & Mil). Babysitting can be arranged and ‘toddler backpacks’ for carrying little ones can be borrowed.