Need to know
13, including one suite, plus two rooms next door in the Harbourmaster's cottage.
Double rooms from $221.80 (£158), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
Rates include a full Welsh breakfast or late brunch, and tea and cake at 4pm in the bar.
Should you happen to siarad Cymraeg (speak Welsh) the team at the Harbourmaster are all bilingual. The hotel is filled with artworks by Welsh artists such as Muriel Delahaye and fabrics by the Welsh fabric designer, Melin Tregwynt.
The Hotel is closed on Christmas Day.
At the hotel
Small library of books, WiFi throughout and a few umbrellas to borrow from reception. In rooms: flatscreen TV, DVD/CD player, Molton Brown products, and tea- and coffee-making facilities; the warehouse rooms also have a minibar and air-conditioning, and the two cottage rooms share a small kitchen and lounge.
Our favourite rooms
Set at the top of an elegant spiral staircase, the top floor Madona Suite has exposed stone walls, a pitched ceiling with original beams and views of both the harbour and bay – in case you can't decide which is prettiest. For the leisurely sightseer, enjoy harbour views from the comfort of your king-size bed in the spacious Aeron Queen room. If you're looking for more privacy, book one, or both, of the two rooms in the hotel's cottage next door; just like the main hotel rooms, Albion and Pandora have bespoke Melin Tregwynt bedheads and furnishings, harbour views, plus a private kitchen and lounge with a wood-burning fire.
A bucket and wire for crabbing from the harbour walls, a kite – the local beaches get strong winds sure to send it soaring – and stout walking boots or wellies.
The Gambia room in the warehouse is specially adapted for disabled guests; it's accessed by a lift and has a wheelchair-friendly wet room.
Over-six's only. Children must have their own room, and there's a small kid's bedroom in the cottage.