Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Allt yr Afon Restaurant Review

Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Allt yr Afon Restaurant Review



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Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Allt yr Afon Restaurant

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Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Allt yr Afon Restaurant Review – The Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Allt yr Afon Restaurant a former vicarage nestling in the lush mid-Pembrokeshire countryside is still known locally by its original name Allt yr Afon ( Wooded Hill by the River ). The hotel is very much a family affair in ambience and character and our guests regularly compliment us on the warm welcome and friendly atmosphere which combined with good service and fine food guarantee a memorable experience. A member of Welsh Rarebits the gold collection of individually owned hotels of distinction. We have been recently awarded two AA Rosettes for culinary excellence. The hotel is open seven days a week year-round for lunch and dinner. Non-Residents are always welcome.

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Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Cots available;Wedding Licence;Car parking available onsite;Wi-Fi Available;Meeting Facilities;Restaurant;TV;Satellite TV;Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room;Hairdryer in each room;Iron And Board In Each Room;Telephone In Each Room;Limited Hours Room Service;Limited room service for hot food;Laundry/Valet Service;Wake Up Call Available;Pets Allowed;Disabled Access Public Areas;Disabled toilets on ground floor;Wheelchair Access;Wheelchair Access To Reception;Wheelchair Access To Restaurant;Wheelchair Access To Bar;Wheelchair Access To Conference Rooms;Wheelchair Access To Disabled Car Parking Spaces;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Wi-Fi Available In Rooms;Bar;Breakfast to go;CD Player;[Channels] News;[Channels] Childrens

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From the East: Follow the M4 through Carmarthen and continue along the A48 to Haverfordwest. From Haverfordwest follow the A40 towards Fishguard. Wolfscastle Country Hotel is located in the village of Wolfscastle halfway between Haverfordwest and Fishguard. As you drive through the village you will see the sign for the hotel on the left-hand side. At the top of the hill turn left and then immediately left again into the carpark. From North Wales Follow the A487 south through Fishguard and continue along the A40 towards Haverfordwest. Wolfscastle Country Hotel is located in the village of Wolfscastle halfway between Fishguard and Haverfordwest. The sign for the hotel is on the right as you enter the village. Turn right and then immediately left into the carpark.

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Fax  01437 741 383

Prices From £100 to £130

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Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Allt yr Afon Restaurant Review

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  1. Don’t stay here if you are hoping to sleep

    Let me start by saying I never leave bad reviews, especially for local businesses who are battling against larger companies and the current economic climate. However staying in this hotel was a truly awful experience.
    The rooms are substandard for the price, with peeling wall paper (in an executive room) and scum around the bath and shower. Rooms are very dated and need a good refurb. They look nothing like the photos of the executive room. Biscuits were provided in a zip lock bag alongside tea and coffee facilities?! If you can’t afford the individual packs or have run out, you really shouldn’t substitute with a single packed down biscuit in a makeshift pack. Lord knows how long they had been there.
    The walls to the rooms are paper thin, as are the windows. We couldn’t get to sleep until gone 2am thanks to the noise in the bar (there were no weddings, and the people weren’t particularly noisy, just chatting, but the walls were that thin we may as well have been in the bar with them) and from the room next door and above. We could even hear the gentleman above and next door snoring!
    The restaurant for dinner was pleasant, but severely understaffed. I felt sorry for the waitress who looked as though she may have burst into tears at any point.
    Breakfast was a disaster. Again severely understaffed. We had to wait 10 minutes to be shown to a table. And a further 20 minutes before being asked about tea and coffee. There were no bowls out for cereal or glasses for juice. The chef had to serve some tables, which he said he didn’t often do, so got some orders mixed up. We missed our spa slot because it took over an hour to have breakfast. The spa is also an extra £10 per hour to use.

    I would have liked to have discussed the matter when checking out, however the receptionist wasn’t exactly approachable and completely dismissed another customer who had complained about a faulty toilet seat. Had I been given the opportunity to complain (i.e by being asked about how my stay was, something that should always be asked by a receptionist on check out) I would have let her know that the hotel is completely substandard for the price, and that I would have probably had a better nights sleep in my car. I would not recommend staying here even as a last resort.

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