TWO guests robbed their hotel room of everything they could take with them – including the kettle.
They slipped out with the towels, a lamp, a tea and coffee container, a loading tower, and other items.
The owners of the Dolphin Hotel and Restaurant have released photos of the thieves – a middle-aged woman and her male partner – as they warned others to be careful.
They said the theft was the latest blow to the company, which is still recovering from the pandemic.
The hotel wrote on Facebook: “This woman and her partner booked a room with us for a Saturday night and literally stole the entire contents of the room.”
They scolded the thieves and finally said: “Shame on you!”
The couple arrived with a small bag when they checked into the £80-a-night hotel on Pembroke Dock.
They had Welsh accents, so they thought they lived in the area.
As they left, they made their way to her car several times, carrying a large grocery bag full of loot.
Hotel manager Natalie Newton, 43, has tried to call her and charge her card – but to no avail.
She said replacing the stolen items would cost at least £200 and the space would be out of use in the meantime.
Natalie, whose family has run the hotel since 1999, said: “First we had Covid and now we have the cost of living crisis – I don’t know how much longer we can last.”