Went for my birthday in February. Fab accommodation and staff were so kind. Views across the bay to die for. Golf pro was knowledgeable and even served us at the bar. Food is a franchise and excellent. Again they were so kind and helpful.
A super cafe at this perfectly located golf club. We thoroughly enjoyed a coffee and cake while overlooking the sandy bay, watching the kite surfers. A lovely day out with my mum who is wheelchair bound. Easy access and welcoming.
I have stayed here many times but as my time before had been a little disappointing I felt I must give this hotel another chance stay & my husband & were delighted only by the staff who served us from the moment we arrived & signed in by a lovely lady to Mathew in the Signature lounge who was delightful & in the Olive tree bar Jeffery (from France ) they are Gems who made our stay ---only down side but no fault of the staff was while sadly mobile phones appear to rob couples of talking to each other the piano player -singer drowned any conversation out it was awful --surely a musician playing the piano softly being accompanied by a WELSH harpist would be more fitting --they do this in hotels in Ireland & its so beautiful & relaxing .
This place is lovely. The location is a but remote, but right on the beach. The views from our room were lovely. Staff were very helpful, the food was good and the bar prices surprisingly reasonable. I would stay again and certainly recommend.
Family lunch to celebrate Mother's Day - reservation made. Located at Newport Links Golf Club, with stunning scenery overlooking the Pembrokeshire Coast. The meal was tasty, nicely presented but portions very small.
The Cat Rock Restaurant attached to Newport Golf Club is open to the public for coffee, tea and meals. The restaurant is part of the club house with superb views over Newport Bay with Newport and Dinas mountains as a backdrop. The view over the bay is towards Cwm yr Eglwys and Dinas Head. An outside patio provides open air seating. We called in for lunch with family. We received a friendly welcome from a waitress who served us quickly and efficiently. We ordered sandwiches off the specials board which were freshly made and served with chips and two children’s meals. The food was very good and we had an enjoyable visit. We returned later after a walk on the beach to have a cup of tea which was also served quickly. The only disconcerting factor is that dogs are allowed in the dining area and there were three present when we had our tea.…
Visited here last night lovely location and very private , room was fantastic felt more of a small apartment very clean and the mattress was excellent the view breath taking even though we were experiencing storm Brian, shower excellent. Couldn't sample evening food as the kitchen closed at 4 and the bar at 8pm so if you wanted a drink you had to go into Newport which is a car journey away Breakfast excellent
called in for lunch,really nice food staff friendly will go back and stay looks really nice with being a golfer looks ideal views across the bay lovely to.The golf course itself looks in really good condition.
The Golf Club welcomes visitors,which is located just outside Newport. It is in a beautiful area,overlooking the beach and sea ,hills and countryside.We called for morning coffee,and if the weather had been nicer we would have welcomed sitting outside.The club serves food all day. It has an 18 hole golf course.At this momen in time they have studios for sale,which was originally built for play and stay.Well worth a visit.
Excellent carvery- meat of excellent quality and tender with a good variety of vegetables,staff were welcoming and very attentative.The view of Newport Beach from the golf club is always a bonus to any meal.