Originally built in 1806 as a working windmill, today Twr y Felin is Wales’ first contemporary art hotel, located in Britain’s smallest city, St Davids, Pembrokeshire.
Open since just March 2016, Twr y Felin’s success has been phenomenal, with the hotel achieving numerous awards and a steady rise in occupancy and revenue, resulting in the need for a further 20 bedrooms.
Adding to the existing Windmill and Oriel Wings, the new Wing will be home to state of the art rooms named after the caves, rocks, capes and islands around RSPB Ramsey Island, which is just off the coast of St Davids peninsula.
Five of the ground floor rooms will have coast facing terraces, five first floor rooms will have Juliet or step out balconies, with views over St Bride’s Bay, and in addition a spacious, two bathroom, accessible bedroom will add to the one already available in Oriel Wing.
To cater for the increase in occupancy, Oriel Bar will be extended and Cornel Bar will offer a new alfresco area.