It's lovely, the people are friendly, the cafe is brill (she said with undisguised nepotism) and and the landing is a fairly typical tenner.
It can tend to have a bit of its own microclimate and the nearest "offical" weather is Cardiff or Ireland so it can be a bit finger-in-the-air. I tend to work on "Cardiff minus a few hours"
Runways are in reasonable nick and don't present any particular dramas. There's a few things like the hosiptal and the riding school they prefer you to avoid but it's all fairly simple.
My favourite local jollies from there are up around the Preseli hills and Llys-Y-Fran reservoir, or around the coast, St Davids, St Anne's, the Haven and all the pretty little islands.
Poke your nose round the hangers while you there they're in the throes of restoring a Spitfire and there's some over cute types there too. (The Spit's in several large-ish) pieces but recognisable!
Aberporth is striking distance for coffee and also very friendly -- don't let the danger area put you off, they're very accomodating.
Rosemarket course couse also has a strip which is a silly ten minute hop for H'west, but almsot worth it for the novelty alone, also very friendly.