Originally built in 1806 as a working windmill, today Twr y Felin is Wales’ first contemporary art hotel, located in Britain’s smallest city, St Davids, Pembrokeshire. Opened in March 2016, its success has been phenomenal, with the hotel achieving numerous awards and a steady rise in occupancy and revenue.

New rooms have now opened in the Oriel Indulgent, Oriel Spacious and Oriel Unique categories providing a luxury boutique stay. There is also new alfresco dining available on the Cornel Terrace at the in-house Blas Restaurant.

A wine bucket and glasses on a balcony table with views in the sunshine.
Dining tables and chairs on an outside terrace in a hotel restaurant.

Terrace view from Oriel Indulgent bedroom and Cornel terrace

Guided tours from Twr y Felin, Roch Castle and Penrhiw Priory have also been introduced.

Some of the best sights in St Davids, Pembrokeshire and Wales can be explored on a fully guided tour with Shân's Wales Tours. Shân Eastwood has partnered with the Retreats Group who is a trusted and reputable tour guide, working for some of the world’s most exclusive travel agencies. For over eight years, she has been a driver guide offering exclusive tours of Wales. Shan loves nothing better than greeting guests and sharing the culture and history of the principality with them.

Shân is committed to bespoke service, attention to detail and prides herself on guest satisfaction. Tours are tailor-made to specific interests and transport is included, with a leather seated, glass roofed seven seater minibus. Due to current Covid guidelines, up to seven guests from the same household can travel together. Passengers are separated from Shan by a perspex screen.

Rates include collection and drop off at Twr y Felin Hotel, Penrhiw Priory or Roch Castle but entry tickets to attractions are not included.

Twr y Felin, along with sister guest accommodation properties, form a group of three luxury accommodation venues in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and as a group adhere to the ‘Open All Year’ policy.

We have put together a five day itinerary to enjoy the heritage and culture along The Coastal Way which includes a trip to St Davids and Pembrokeshire. 

 

Updated 27 May 2021

A short film showcasing the new bedrooms

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