Perfectly placed within walking distance of St. Davids, Britain’s smallest city, our name translates to ‘mill tower’ — a reference to the building’s former life as a windmill. Refurbished and reopened in 2015, the original structure dates back to 1806 and was once used as a GCHQ u-boat lookout during World War II.
Home to over 100 floor-to-ceiling artworks, our hotel offers a visual feast during your stay, complemented by slick, contemporary design throughout. Canvases are inspired by the surrounding Welsh landscape and the natural world, alongside striking portraits of Welsh actors. Spot Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Burton and Anthony Hopkins, depicted by street artist Pure Evil, dotted along the walls of our award-winning restaurant Blas.
St. Davids may be small, but there’s no shortage of things to keep you entertained. Oriel y Parc, across the lane from our hotel, combines an impressive art gallery with works by Graham Sutherland and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park’s Visitor Centre and is a great place to start. Day trips to Pembrokeshire Islands are also popular, and there are hundreds of walking and cycling trails to choose from for the more adventurous.
ACCOLADES & AWARDS:
Green Key Award 2019
Best Hotel Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2019
Best Taste Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2019
Small Workplace Gold Health award
AA Two Rosette Culinary Excellence 2019
Visit Wales Gold Award 2019