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An old smugglers pub situated on the beach and the ideal spot for refreshments whether you are spending the day locally or walking the coast path. With lots of outdoor seating it's the perfect place to soak up the summer sun.
The Old Sailors.
A great place for a drink and a bite to eat after completing the Dinas headland walk. Always found the staff friendly and helpful. Pros. Dogs must be kept on a lead in pub and the garden. Cons. Cannot always depend on the opening hours.
Opening times for food are very hit and miss but very enjoyable once tbere
A small sandy beach, ideal for families and dog friendly year round. Cliffs on both sides protect the bay from the weather and there are lovely views towards Fishguard harbour.
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.
A pretty coastal village with great places to eat and drink plus lots of lovely beaches nearby. Situated at the mouth of the river Nefern, stock up here with all your picnic items from the many shops and head to the beach or nearby Preseli hills.
Fantastic places to eat with several nice pubs. Bluestone brewery is definitely worth a visit, the I.P.A. is excellent and the fish and chips at Morawelan Parrog are superb.
A licensed cafe open for breakfast and lunch with summer opening for dinner. Food is freshly prepared, the Welsh Cawl is a must! Traditional Sunday lunch is available throughout winter but it is popular so booking is essential.
Had lunch in the rear garden and breakfast at the front. The food was first class and despite being very busy the staff were excellent, will always pay Blas a visit when we are in Newport.
With a handy slipway, this beach is popular for boating and watersports. With sand and shingle it also has a stream and rockpools, making it a family favourite. Dogs are allowed year round. Boat spaces are available to rent in the village boat park.
Unfortunately this beach is being ruined by irresponsible dog owners. There was a time when people were happy with one dog yet it seems that they now need several. I am of the opinion that dogs should be on a lead and not left to run riot on the the beach, frightening children, coming sniffing around kicking sand everywhere whilst people are having a picnic, owners if they can be bothered to bag up the dog dirt should dispose of it the bins provided an not leave it on the beach for the tide to take out, and furthermore owners should be aware that not everyone loves your pooch like you do and remember it is an animal not a child. From this post you may think that I do not like dogs I assure you that I do, it is the irresponsible owner that I dislike.
Great little cove. We loved it
Open for lunch and dinner, this cosy pub has an open fire and outdoor seating for warmer months. Dogs are allowed in the beer garden but not inside. Menu is simple with a choice of traditional pub classics.
A traditional pub offering lunch and dinner. Seating is available outside during warmer months and there's an open fire to keep you warm in winter.
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