You may remember earlier this year myself and Andrew stayed at Hammet House in Pembrokeshire. We had an incredible stay with some of the best food we have ever tasted.
When we were invited back this time it was to review the family suite so we piled into the car with our two girls and headed down.
On arrival we were greeted warmly by the friendly staff and we headed straight out onto the lawn to play croquet. The girls loved the open space and all the greenery.
We then went in to check out our rooms. Our room was as modern and sumptuous as I had expected with a large bathroom separating our room from the girls. The children’s bedroom is cute and bright without being too overwhelming with some stylish yet fun fixtures and fittings. As before we had gorgeous REN toiletries as well as a fabulous welcome tray of teas/coffee and homemade flapjacks.
A large cot was provided for my youngest as well as twin beds which my eldest enjoyed jumping on and swapping between the two throughout the evening.
Unfortunately within an hour of being there Chloe seemed to be having a reaction to something she had eaten earlier that day and we had one very unhappy little girl on our hands. Andrew put Cbeebies on and cuddled up to Chloe for an hour while I took a frustrated Izzy out for a wander around the hotel. We cosied up in the gorgeous lounge/bar area in the giant swivel chairs. Izzy watching a film on the kindle and I sat with a book. We both had one of their amazing hot chocolates which you may remember me raving about in my last post.
Due to Chloe being unwell and very grizzly we decided to order some room service rather than risking spoiling the dining environment for the other guests. The chef catered completely to Chloe’s dietary needs which meant she was able to have pretty much the same meal as the rest of us. We all ordered the homemade burgers which sounded incredible and didn’t disappoint. Unfortunately due to the utter chaos of eating with the girls and trying to avoid food all over pristine white sheets I somehow didn’t get any pics.. I assure you that it was good and well presented too.
Breakfast is a treat at Hammet House, it would have been ever more so if Chloe didn’t whine in a tired, poorly voice all the way through but that’s life with children right? You can choose from various options such as Whisky glazed porridge:
Or a full cooked breakfasts, as well as cereals, fruits and homemade yoghurt pots:
Overall I can highly recommend Hammet House as a luxury hotel which you can also enjoy with your children. There is a separate lounge area with comfy chairs and a giant TV downstairs too – perfect for older kids to entertain themselves. Go check it out for yourselves. Some great offers over on their website.
* Our overnight stay and breakfast was complimentary for the purpose of a review.