Hammet House owners Owen & Philippa Gale receiving Green Key status with Simon Preddy of Keep Wales Tidy, & Minister for Natural Resources Carl Sargeant.
Hammet House was built in 1795 at a time when environmental impact & carbon footprints were not heard of. We are doing our utmost to run the house in the most efficient & environmentally friendly way possible.We don’t have solar panels or a ground source heat pump yet, but we do have three foot thick original stone walls that keep the heat in in winter & the house cool in summer. We are adding extra insulation to the roof to help even further.
We were the 1st hotel in the UK to be awarded 'Green Key' status for our environmental policies & practices.
We segregate & recycle all our waste, & we limit food miles as far as possible, which is not too difficult as we are surrounded by a wealth of fabulous food producers.
We have an electric vehicle charging point on site.
We adhere to a paperless office policy as far as possible.
Our 2012 refurb used wooden flooring from Broadleaf from FSC certified forests.
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