The three-AA-rosette Restaurant James Sommerin in Penarth near Cardiff has expanded with the launch of nine bedrooms.
Located in the Edwardian Beachcliff building and with the majority overlooking Penarth's seafront, the bedrooms are individually designed, and will provide a boutique bed and breakfast experience for diners to the restaurant.
Sommerin (pictured), who opened his restaurant nearly two years ago after winning a Michelin star in 2007 at the Crown at Whitebrook, Monmouthshire, said the bedrooms would take the experience of diners to the next level.
"The rooms allow diners to enjoy themselves to the max without having to worry about how to get home. It also means that we are able to attract and accommodate guests from further afield," he said.
"We've already had lots of interest in the rooms and are looking forward to welcoming many guests in the coming months."
Beachcliff, which also comprises apartments and townhouses, has been restored by Richard Hayward Properties.
Room prices range from £150 to £190 a night for bed and breakfast with dinner. The AA has already awarded them a five-star restaurant with rooms rating.