Spectacular and dramatic, 12th century Roch Castle, Pembrokeshire has been nominated for the AA Unique B&B of the Year 2019 - 2020.
Attended by prominent B&B owners from across the UK, the annual Bed and Breakfast Awards celebrate excellent hospitality within the industry and include awards for Restaurant with Rooms of the Year and Friendliest B&B of the Year.
Held at St Ermin’s Hotel, 2 Caxton Street, London on Tuesday 30th April 2019, the event included a drinks reception and afternoon tea, followed by the presentation of awards.
Roch Castle is set on a dramatic outcrop on the west coast of Wales with panoramic views over St Brides Bay and the Preseli Hills - home of the famous monolith (standing stone) ‘bluestones’ of Stonehenge. With just six characteristic bedrooms hidden away within the protective walls, the castle offers a truly unique place to stay, complemented by modern luxuries.
Dinner is available at award winning two Rosette Blas Restaurant, at sister hotel, Twr y Felin, St Davids, just a 20 minute drive away with complimentary transfers available each evening, or private dining is available when taking exclusive use.
Lynsey Hooper, Roch Castle Manager said: “Being nominated for the AA Award for Unique B&B of the Year 2019 - 2020 is very special to our whole team, as it is a real measure of our commitment to offer the highest standard of accommodation and customer service to each one of our guests. We are so lucky to be custodians of this very special heritage building and want to share it with as many people as possible.”
Roch Castle is a 5* Visit Wales and AA graded, guest accommodation, and the National Tourism Awards for Wales 2018 Winner of Best Bed & Breakfast. Twr y Felin Hotel is AA Hotel of the Year Wales 2017-2018, an AA 4* Silver and a Visit Wales Gold Award Hotel. Penrhiw Priory is a 5* Visit Wales and AA graded, guest accommodation, and was listed as one of the Sunday Times Best Places to Stay, 2017.