BRYNTEG Holiday Cottage           Trefin, Pembrokeshire

Friendly Pubs Near Brynteg, Trefin

 

The Ship Inn, Trefin

A beautiful unspoilt piece of history. An old stone country pub that has stood the test of time for over 200 years. Mari-Anne Maddocks is the landlady. The Ship is located just off the coastal path in the Pembrokeshire National Park. The menu provides locally sourced foods and they ensure they always cater for gluten free and vegan diets. Lots of welsh ales and liquors to sample. There is a locals bar, a lounge, function room and a beer garden overlooking a lush green valley. Dogs are always welcome. Welsh widely spoken. Disabled access.

 

 

 

The Sloop Inn, Porthgain

The Sloop Inn in Porthgain dates from 1743. It's one of the most popular pubs in Pembrokeshire and with good cause. Inside the pub is quaint and historic, while the seating area around the front door is an idyllic sun trap. The Sloop serve food at lunchtime and evenings. A speciality is fresh crab, which is landed daily at Porthgain harbour, only a few yards away. There are no ‘food miles' involved here!  

 

 

The Square & Compass Inn.

Located on the main A487 road above Trefin, a warm welcome is offered at this public house.

 

The Artramont Arms, Croesgoch

Family owned and run village pub in Croesgoch St Davids Pembrokeshire with good food at sensible prices served in the Bar, Restaurant and Conservatory.

 

 

The Farmers Arms, Mathry

The Farmers Arms is a traditional village pub, offering a friendly welcome, a wide range of beers and other drinks, and great food at realistic prices. It is located in the pretty Pembrokeshire village of Mathry.

 

 

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The Shed, Porthgain.

Quayside Bistro with views over the fishing harbour, a relaxed & informal fish & chip bistro in the renowned village of Porthgain, Pembrokeshire, situated on the Pembrokeshire coast path, serving their own caught and local Fish & Shellfish – landed daily & served within hours.

Simple and satisfying meals, Fresh Local Beer Battered Fish and Hand Cut Pembrokeshire Potato Chips .

 

 

Somethings Cooking, Letterston.

For over 30 years Something's Cooking, in Letterston, Pembrokeshire, has been serving both locals and tourists with the highest quality fish and chips available in their award winning restaurant or to take away.

They are licensed to serve beers, wines and spirits and have recently had a fantastic new extension to the restaurant.

 

 

 

 

The Cambrian Inn & Restaurant, Solva

At The Cambrian Inn you will find the best of both world’s, a welcoming relaxed lounge bar and the simple yet stylish main dining room. The main dining room, with it’s exposed stonework, original pitch pine beams and contemporary furnishings provides the perfect environment for you and your party to enjoy your selection of dishes and wines that have been carefully put together by the resident Head Chef, Matthew Cox and his team. There is a wide selection of meat, poultry, fish, game and of course vegetarian dishes using only the best local produce wherever possible. Matthew’s menus reflect his simple yet sophisticated approach, which relies on the quality of the ingredients to speak for themselves.

 

 

St David's

 

The Bishops public house

The Bishops – (name originating from a group of rocks 1 – 2 miles west of Ramsey Island off St Davids Head), is situated in a prime position right on the Cross Square in the centre of the city of St Davids.

The Bishops, welcomes families and is open for food every day of the year except Christmas Day.

Specials are also available alongside the Bar Menu (except during the afternoon) and these change regularly.

 

 

 

 

The Farmers Arms

The Farmers Arms, welcomes families and is open for food every day during the summer months (April – September), and open for drinks during the winter.

A vast selection of Specials are also available alongside the Bar Menu and are changed on a regular basis.

The Farmers consists of two rooms, the top room being considered more as a dining area, and then the glue pot is where the locals tend to gather. It has an open fire which makes it actually rather warm on winters’ nights.

Just off to the side of this main bar contains a room where you can play pool and darts.

There is also an outside patio which is south facing and consequently a wonderful suntrap. There are (standing) views of the cathedral from the patio and there is also an outside bar (seasonal) which offers a lovely ambience on balmy summer nights.

 

 

 

 

 

St Davids Gin and Kitchen SA62 6NS

16 Nun Street, St Davids

01437 720404

St Davids Gin & Kitchen has been born out of a love for the St Davids Peninsula – the local community, the environment and locally grown food.

 

 

 

 

The Mill Café, St Davids SA626SW (Highly recommended)

01437 729290

Previously located in Trefin, an excellent café serving breakfasts and light lunches, evening meals Friday and Saturday evenings.

 

 

 

 

 

Cafe Ragna, Trefin (Caffi y Ragna)

01348837204

Relaxing cafe, ideal for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, coffee, cakes, Sunday lunch. Gluten free and Vegan options available

 

Sloop Inn Farmers Arms Mathry The Shed Somethings Cooking Cambrian

Love Eating? Then you'll love Pembrokeshire Food.

With TREFIN and BRYNTEG as your base you won't have to travel far to visit our friendly farm shops, farmers markets, cafes, restaurants and pubs to enjoy some of the very best food Pembrokeshire has to offer.

Steak Dinner Fresh Lobster Dressed Crab Mackerel Salad

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