The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
Steeped in history and recently renovated, this welcoming pub offers a traditional, seasonal menu every day of the week. Children and dogs are welcome and there's a large decked area with outdoor seating. Quiz nights and regular live music events take place regularly.
A sand and shingle beach divided by wooden groynes and a narrow promenade where you can walk out (with care) to admire the view of the bay. A good place to see the occasional seal, it's also the place to go for a spot of early evening fishing. Dogs are allowed year round. Parking is either road side or in the large pay and display car park on the other side of the road.
This beautiful garden offers a wonderful opportunity to walk around its six acres with plenty of sitting places to watch and observe wildlife.
Split into two distinctive sections, the town comprises of the old harbour of Lower Town and the main town of Fishguard on the cliff top. Situated in the heart of North Pembrokeshire, the area is renowned for its natural beauty, cafes and pubs and is the perfect place to take in the coastal path.
One of the top ten fish and chip takeaway spots for 2020, pop in for top quality food, fresh fish and homemade ice cream.
A warm welcome awaits at this friendly cafe open for breakfast and lunch. The hot chocolate is recommended along with their homemade cakes.
Pop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner and enjoy homemade meals created using local produce. There's seating both inside and outdoors in the garden area and vegetarians and vegan choices are available.
Visit this artisan cafe for excellent coffee, hot chocolate and speciality local food. Outdoor seating is available and they'll even make up a picnic hamper for you.
Here you'll find a bakery, bar and cafe all rolled into one. The wood fired pizzas are worth a visit but do check their opening times before you travel.
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Places to Go
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