A ST Dogmaels guest house has been named one of the UK’s quirkiest B&Bs.

Bethsaida B&B, in High Street, has been shortlisted for the “Quirkiest Place to Stay” award at Britain’s premier annual awards for the industry. The eviivo awards, now in their fifth year, celebrate the best of Britain’s world-class, and world-famous bed and breakfasts, guest houses, inns and small, independent hotels.

Bethsaida B&B, run by Jo Pitt, will be judged by a panel of industry experts before the winners are announced at the annual eviivo awards dinner on October 16 at Quaglino’s, London.

Jo said: “At the Bethsaida B&B we work so hard to give our guests a fantastic and unique experience.

“We are absolutely delighted to have that recognised through this shortlisting for the Quirkiest Place to Stay award and hope we are successful on the night.”

Paul Saxby, Events Director at eviivo said: “eviivo are proud to be working with many of the finest businesses in Britain’s vibrant hospitality sector.

“These are often small, family-run businesses that play a significant role in driving tourism and jobs to their local community.

“These devoted, independent hosts take immense pride in their service and our awards shine a light on many fine examples. What unites all of our customers is their passion and tireless dedication to offering a fantastic guest experience. Congratulations to all those shortlisted and we look forward to once again celebrating the very best in the industry at this year’s awards.”

For more information about Bethsaida B&B, visit bethsaida.wales

To find out more about the eviivo awards, click here.