Oriel Milgi - Pembrokeshire B&B

Welcome to Oriel Milgi a boutique bed & breakfast in the Pembrokeshire coastal village of St Dogmaels, West Wales. 

Previously an 18th century sea captain's house, our contemporary b&b mixes mid century and local design with our private collection of welsh and international artists. We are situated in the heart of the village in easy access of 3 village pubs, the local chip shop, the 12th century ruined medieval abbey, coach house museum, tea room & gallery and working water mill.

Our West Wales B&B has a choice of three en-suite bedrooms and the use of a large lounge/dining area. All rooms have Luxury 100% pure french linen sheets, bespoke hand made head boards, antique welsh blankets, tv/dvd, an ipod dock, locally roasted, freshly-ground french press coffee, teas and hot chocolate.We serve an award winning locally-sourced, cooked Welsh breakfast with vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options, including delicious St Dogmaels' Foxhill jams, Llaeth y llan yoghurt with a range or cereals and when it is available from the village fisherman locally caught cold smoked salmon, sewin or scallops (Spring & Autumn) specials.

We are the only dog friendly bed and breakfast in St Dogmaels, with one room Môr’ available for well-behaved dogs.

"great location in the centre of historic St Dogmaels, a place which has not yet been rolled under the commercial steamroller of todays tourism. "

"British beach holidays guide: 5.Pembrokeshire...where to stay:"
Chris Moss - The Telegraph (Travel) 2014

Tel: +44 (0)1239 612556


"Top 5 Places to Stay in Wales For Walkers"
The Guardian November 2014

"a cosseting seaside retreat"
Independent Newspaper 2012

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Our contemporary B & B is just off the All Wales Coast Path and only a 10 minute walk to the official start of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a 5 minute walk to the Teifi Estuary, a 3 minute walk to St Dogmaels Medieval Abbey ruins, Coach House museum and Y Felin working watermill, a 40 minute walk to the sea at the beautiful sandy Poppit Sands beach, a 20 minute walk to the busy market town of Cardigan ( and the official start of the Ceredigion Coast Path) and a 45 minute walk to the Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran.