Visited for evening meal. Given our menus, decided on choices. When waitress arrived to take our order, she informed us that half the choices were off “because we’re running down stocks ready to launch a new menu“. Honestly that shouldn’t be the customer’s problem. Disappointing. Then when the food arrived, asked for the wine list. Waitress handed it over then disappeared. Still no (wine) order taken when we were halfway through our food, had to go and find her to get her to take the order. The food — despite the limited menu — was good and reasonably priced. Real shame about the service issues.
My daughter and I parked out little campers on the carpark. What a lovely friendly and helpful staff were there. Nothing too much trouble. Really helpful too. Angie was exceptionally nice. The food was delicious. Homemade squash and celery soup to die for. The village and walks delightful. Def return.
Passed it on the way to somewhere else and thought it looked nice, so popped in for lunch. Plenty of parking, friendly service and the food was delicious - beautifully cooked, and reasonable priced. Would recommend.
I very rarely write reviews but this is an outstanding hotel and pub. It is well run, everything works, the staff are competent and friendly (and dog friendly). The rooms are well equipped and modern, the public areas are interesting and welcoming and both stays were memorable for all the right reasons. We cannot reccommend this hotel/pub/small camp site highly enough.
We booked to have lunch having read positive reviews and because of a recommendation from our holiday cottage nearby. Our lunch was expensive for food that was largely inedible unfortunately. I had bream on a sunblush tomato salad which sounded lovely, but was a slimy piece of fish swimming in a sea of oil, I struggled to eat any of it. My partner had a large ham, egg and chips. The ham was served in two large chunks and was very wet and rubbery (more like spam), the gigantic chips were not cooked properly and the eggs were over cooked. We made a sharp exit and won't be returning.
.....you find somewhere that ticks all the boxes several times over: the Trewern Arms Hotel is one such place. The staff were brilliant, the room was spotless, spacious and bright. Great shower. The bed luxuriously comfortable, the setting sublime. The chef was really helpful. He let us mix and match from an unusual and interesting menu, and then produced great food that was full of flavour, attractively presented and hot. Breakfast choices were the full range from fruit juices to cooked options. Really nicely cooked and served piping hot too. Hotel has a large car park. This is in a very quiet riverside setting on the edge of a small village with an interesting history. A little patience will reward the treat of seeing a Yellow Wagtail flitting along the top of the riverside wall. In the garden is a beautiful Dawn Redwood [Metasequoia] which just now is clothed in magnificent verdant apparel. This is a family owned hotel and you can tell the difference it makes in the caring approach to guests' comforts. Easy access 500 metres off the A487 but far enough to have no traffic noise. Don't be put off by the road outside the hotel; there's very little traffic. You're more likely to hear a fish jump than a car go by. Our only regret is that our commitments prevented us from staying longer but we will definitely return. Too good to miss.…
We arrived at the Trewen Arms on a Sunday and were thrilled to find some local musicians playing for their own enjoyment in the bar so we sat and enjoyed a gin and tonic and a great pint of bitter with some folk music. We stayed in room 6, overlooking the gardens and fields at the back. This room was lovely, spotlessly cleaned and well provisioned with a newly installed good quality shower room and lovely big fluffy towels. Dinner was excellent. Good quality, locally sourced food with a twist. They clearly have a great chef and this was certainly better than "pub grub". The river opposite the Trewen is really pretty. Idyllic scenery and lovely walks. Breakfast was great. All of the usuals but also smoked salmon available. There was home made lava bread on the menu and as I had never tried it I asked if they would let me try some. It was mouth-wateringly delicious and I can't wait to have it again. Service was great, from all of the staff. They were non-intrusive but willing to accommodate which was really good. The place was spotlessly clean. It is a bit off the beaten track but worth the trip. We were booked here before a crossing to Ireland from Fishguard. At the last minute our crossing was changed to Pembroke Dock. I think, had we known, we would STILL have chosen to stay at The Trewen Arms because the drive down to Pembroke Dock wasn't too bad and the stay was perfect.…
Great location, lovely and very comfortable room. Food (including breakfast) fantastic! This was a first visit for us and would definitely come again. Staff were very friendly, efficient and welcoming. Highly recommend -
We stayed overnight when on a short trip to Pembrokeshire. Everything was excellent. Our double room was a good size, with plenty of wardrobe and drawer storage. Bed was comfortable and en-suite was tastefully done and looked brand new. Evening dinner was extremely good with some very tasty ( and unusual) options available. Breakfast was also excellent with a good choice of options.Staffwere all friendly and helpful - all in all a great stay from start to finish. Thank you and greatly recommended.
Been here a few times & thought we’d go again. Started with the pate & then the risotto ( fancied the burger or steak but they’d run out). Reasonable price & good service. Set in the valley right next to the River & plenty of parking.