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Eating Out

    There are many lovely places to dine at in Pembrokeshire, from a la carte menus to delicious fresh fish nights, grills, good quality pub food and many others choices


    The Flat Rock Bistro
    at the Gwbert Hotel is a great place to dine, with picturesque views of the mouth of the Teifi estuary and across to Poppit, well worth a visit. Comfortable and contemporary with great service

     

    The Golden Lion Country Pub, Newport is a traditional inn and restaurant that serves Real Ales and mouthwatering dishes to suit most palates. On the main street of Newport, with a short walk to the shops, and a short walk to get you back onto the coast (Beach side)



    Llys Meddyg, Newport. A wonderful Edwardian house, a neighbour of The Golden Lion, Llys Meddyg boasts a top class restaurant that offers mouthwatering fare, elegant surroundings and welcoming staff


    Denleys at The Salutation, Felindre Farchog - a comfortable contemporary restaurant that offers a comprehensive choice to suit most palates with locally sourced produce. The Inn also offers a cosy bar where food is also served. Sunday lunch is highly recommended.


    The Ferryboat Inn and Restaurant, Goodwick, Fishguard. A cosy little inn and restaurant, family run, open to non patrons through the Summer months for evening dining or Sunday lunch. A 10 minute walk to the Ferry port
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    the canteen, Newport just has to have a mention, a small family run eatery, very popular for lunch and evening dining uses local produce offering delicious home cooked fare.



    Gelli Fawr, Gwaun Valley is nestled up in the mountains, a delightful place with restaurant, hotel and cottages, like its own little hamlet. It s quite a drive from the main Fishguard road, but well worth the drive.

     


    The Webley Waterfront Hotel and Restaurant is in the riverside village of Poppit Sands. Situated at the side of the river with scenic views across the estuary towards Gwbert. Great fish menu and seasonal produce used, open most Summer evenings.


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