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Restaurants in Pembrokeshire

Restaurants in Pembrokeshire

Mariners Inn Nolton Haven

mariners inn nolton haven

Been coming here for years. Sure it’s old fashioned, menu could do with updating as could the decor but I’ve never been so welcomed anywhere. Chris the landlord is fabulous, quirky like the pub but really can’t do enough for you.

The wonderful safe dog friendly sandy beach is right in front of the pub & I can’t think of anywhere I’d rather be than sat on the patio eating my dinner watching the sunset on a warm summer evening.

The little beach at Nolton Haven is a nice, sandy and sheltered cove with high cliffs on both sides. There’s a reasonably big car park behind the beach provided by The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Next to the car park is The Mariners Arms pub. A stream flows out over the beach and can affect the water quality after heavy rain so it’s best not to play in the stream itself. Generally, however, the beach is good for bathing and is usually awarded a seaside award. Currents can be strong at very low spring tides.

Mariners Inn
Nolton Haven
Pembrokeshire
SA62 3NH
Wales UK

+44 (01437) 710469

Above the beach is a small grey stone chapel, believed to be the most westerly place of worship in the U.K. In fact, if it was a few yards further west, it would topple off its rugged cliff-top site onto the sandy beach below. It is a grade II listed building, and celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2008.

There’s a small congregation, but despite this and the geographic remoteness, their voice has been heard in a much wider context in the past. Together with other churches in the pastorate, they have supplied pre-recorded morning services for Radio Wales, and one memorable ‘live’ service for radio 4. Unfortunately, this took place during a horrendous thunder storm, which not only set fire to one of the oil refineries in Milford Haven, but also cut off the land line to Cardiff. The recorded service was later broadcast on Radio Wales and the BBC World Service, which resulted in letters from as far away as the West Indies.

An unusual feature of the congregation is that on a normal Sunday nearly everyone in the pews will be related to someone else, and most will have direct family connections back to the founders of the chapel in 1856. The surrounding fields have been farmed by chapel members and their forefathers for generations. Harvest thanksgiving services have much greater significance here than in an urban community.

People who have moved away from Nolton often travel long distances in order to worship in their family church. The sense of community gives a special feeling of strength and fellowship to the congregation, which is demonstrated in the warmth of the welcome offered to visitors, and in the popular gatherings in the Vestry after Sunday service for a cup of tea and a chat.

Visitors are welcome to the Sunday service, which starts at 10am, followed by tea or coffee at 11am.

Adjoining the chapel is a small art gallery.

Nolton

Nolton is a hamlet about half a mile inland from Nolton Haven. There are several interesting looking buildings plus Pembrokeshire’s biggest riding school, Nolton Stables, whose speciality is beach riding – not on Nolton Haven but on nearby Druidston Haven.

There are plenty of self catering cottages available in both Nolton and Nolton Haven. There are some on the beach front itself and some in the villages. Above Nolton Haven is a small chalet park and a caravan park with self catering units available to rent. Camp sites or touring caravan sites can be found nearby but not in the villages themselves.

Gellifawr Hotel Restaurant Cottages

Gellifawr is set in the majestic beauty of Pembrokeshire.

The hotel and landscaped gardens make a wonderful setting, for your wedding, party, function or reunion.
Gellifawr is licensed for civil weddings for up to 120 people. Our spacious function room can accommodate up to 150 covers for a sit down meal & 200 for an evening buffet.

Gellifawr lends itself beautifully to any special occasion

The hotel and landscaped gardens make a wonderful setting, for your wedding, party, function or reunion.
Gellifawr is licensed for civil weddings for up to 120 people. Our spacious function room can accommodate up to 150 people for a sit down meal and 200 for an evening buffet.

With our local butcher selecting the best Lamb, Beef and Poultry bred within the County of Pembrokeshire, cheese lovingly produced by Pant Mawr in Rosebush and locally grown seasonal vegetables give a true taste and reflection of West Wales.
Choose from our varied selection of young and distinguished fine wines from around the world.
Due to the flexible nature of our menus, most dishes can be adapted to suit people with allergies or our skilled chefs can prepare a meal suitable for your needs.

Contact

Gellifawr
Pontfaen
Nr Fishguard
Pembrokeshire
SA65 9TX
Phone: +44 (0) 1239 820343
E-mail: enquiries@gellifawr.co.uk

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The Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Allt yr Afon Restaurant

The Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Allt yr Afon Restaurant, a former vicarage nestling in the lush mid-Pembrokeshire countryside is still known locally by its original name “Allt yr Afon” (“Wooded Hill by the River”).

The hotel is very much a family affair, in ambience and character, and our guests regularly compliment us on the warm welcome and friendly atmosphere which, combined with good service and fine food, guarantee a memorable experience.

A member of Welsh Rarebits, the gold collection of individually owned hotels of distinction.  We have been consistently awarded an AA Rosette for culinary excellence.  The hotel is open seven days a week, year-round for lunch and dinner. Non-Residents are always welcome.

Nightly Special Menu

Each night of the week we offer an exciting menu with One Course for £10.95, Two Courses for £14.50 and Three Courses for £17.50.  Menu changes nightly, click below for sample menu.  Phone the hotel to book a table in the restaurant or come along for a table in the bar.

Weekday & Saturday Lunch

Each weekday and Saturday we offer a special lunch menu with one course for £9.95, two courses for £12.95 and three courses for £14.95.  There is also a Light Lunch section for those with smaller appetites.

Wolfscastle Country Hotel
Wolfscastle
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire
SA62 5LZ

01437 741225 / 741340

Hotel

Strawberry Shortcake Private Dining

Strawberry Shortcake Dining is a unique catering service based in Newport, Pembrokeshire providing high-end private dining and catering for Pembrokeshire, Wales and beyond.

If you are having a get together with friends and family, then speak to Strawberry Shortcake Dining who will come up with ideas to suit your requirements all using local ingredients wherever possible. Strawberry Shortcake can conjure up mouth-wateringly excellent menus tailor-made to suit your palate and your pocket, whether it’s sea-food, vegetarian, Welsh, Asian or world food that takes your fancy, your personal chef Scott Davis will do the rest.

Strawberry Shortcake cater for you and your guests restaurant style food in the comfort of your own house.

Glenbrook
East Street
Newport
Pembrokeshire
SA42 0SY

07801 823870
scott@strawberryshortcakedining.com
www.strawberryshortcakedining.com

Saint Teresas Guesthouse

Saint Teresas is a delightful gothic guesthouse, restaurant and teahouse located directly opposite Tenbys five arches gatehouse and only a few minutes walk from the golden sands of south beach.

Saint Teresas Guest House has 8 en-suite bedrooms which have all undergone extensive modernisation and refurbishment. There are deluxe standard rooms, four poster beds and family rooms available with all rooms having Freeview digital TV, tea and coffee making facilities and hair dryers. A full Welsh breakfast is on offer as a great way to start your day.

The Old Convent
South Parade
Tenby
Pembrokeshire
SA70 7DL

01834 845514
info@saintteresas.co.uk
www.saintteresas.co.uk

Quayside Tearoom

Quayside is a multi award-winning tearoom set in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with a reputation for serving the best of local Pembrokeshire produce. Serving a wide menu from simple sandwiches and freshly baked baguettes to Roast Lobster, Wild Mushroom Tart and freshly landed local Crab.
Great big homemade cakes and desserts are all freshly made at Quayside are not to be missed, the famous Quayside Lemon Thing, bringing people from far and wide. Pitchers of Pimms and Sangria, freshly ground Welsh/Italian coffees and speciality teas.
Quayside Tearoom is open everyday from Easter until the end of September from 11am until 5pm.

Quayside Tearoom is set on the point at Lawrenny Quay with amazing waterside views. The tearoom has character chapel chairs and pine floorboards and outside there is a large low walled terrace giving magnificent views of the waterway, where you can sit and enjoy the great natural beauty of the estuary. Food is freshly prepared at Quayside Tearoom using as much Pembrokeshire produce as possible.

Lawrenny Quay
Lawrenny
Pembrokeshire
SA68 0PR

01646 651574
info@quaysidelawrenny.co.uk
www.quaysidelawrenny.co.uk

Little Haven Tearooms

Little Haven Tearooms are open 7 days a week, 9.00a.m. untill 11.00p.m. throughout the summer season. Telephone orders and deliveries are also available.
On a Sunday, a traditional home made lunch is offered.

Little Haven Tearooms is one of the oldest and most authentic tearooms in the havens.

2 St Brides Road
Little Haven
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire
SA62 3UN

01437 781822
philipskr@aol.com

The Emlyn Arms Hotel

The Emlyn Arms Hotel dates back over 300 years, when it was a Coaching Inn. It is in the centre of Newcastle Emlyn, a busy Market Town at the border of Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion.

The Emlyn Arms Hotel has a range of rooms available, from single, twin and double rooms to family and four poster bedrooms. All bedrooms are non smoking.

Bridge Street
Newcastle Emlyn
Pembrokeshire
SA38 9DU

01239 710317
reception@emlynarmshotel.com
www.emlynarmshotel.com

The Clock House Restaurant

Situated in the centre of Marloes village, The Clock House, which gets its name from the beautifully restored clock tower opposite,offers a fully licensed Café/Bar and restaurant offers delicious home-made cakes, snacks and light lunches as well as an ever-changing Daily Specials Menu utilising freshly caught, local seafood of the day. There are also mouth-watering meat and vegetarian dishes which combine the finest local ingredients to give a distinctly Mediterranean feel.

Children are also catered for and always made welcome.

Marloes
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire
SA62 3AZ

01646 636527
www.clockhousemarloes.co.uk

The Druidstone Hotel

Taken from www.druidstone.co.uk

THE AGE OF THE ENVIRONMENT

So the bubble is finally pricked and property prices have fallen, the fat cats are struggling and apparently we are in a deep recession. Right now this does not seem to have affected our bookings, I suspect that we will pick up on those of you who were going to spend a month in Australia or zoom off to South Africa on Safari but, of course, we can offer sand and surf not unlike OZ and there is plenty of wild life around Druidstone. Tumbling chough, swishing flights of gulls, the whirr of starlings and the thrum of the Raven wing, are frequent accompaniments to turning the compost heap. The badgers got especially demanding last Autumn trying to pass themselves off as “Oink” the now ancient pig that John the Ghost reared by hand. Old and new – we have acquired a new donkey as a friend for Jake who lost his mum a few years ago. She arrived courtesy of John Owen from East Nolton Stables. He had taken on a Shire from the Hancock’s in Roch. The Shire had a companion, an 8 year old Jenny who we have named Mavis… or is it Doris? (NB “Must drag the butterfly mind back to the subject, environmental stuff was it!) From our point of view there seem to be some friends who have finally managed to find a house that could be described as affordable in Pembrokeshire. For so long only the very rich could afford any place to feed the soul. Hopefully we are moving from the Industrial and IT revolutions to Environmental consciousness. Who on earth needs a wine rack in the shape of a cello (this years winner of the Druidstone bad taste awards) or a cardigan de-fluffer (a bit of sellotape wrapped round your hand works just as well.) Basic needs of simply home or locally grown food, hot water to wash, somewhere warm to sit and eat or read and a good pair of legs to walk or cycle! Even Haverfordwest has a Transition Town Group and we are delighted to see small shops emerging, like “Crops and Chops” at Simpson Cross offering all sorts of old fashioned services like daily papers and deliveries but providing a wide range of local produce from bread and jam to good quality local meat.

The restaurant has been in the Good Food Guide consistently since 1974. It is also reviewed in many other guides, both British and International (provided the guides do not make a charge). The hotel has not advertised for thirty years. The food is genuinely homemade, using fresh ingredients from local suppliers where possible. The menus for the Bar and Dining Room are designed to suit all tastes and appetites.

Enjoy a meal and a drink at The Druidstone Hotel.

Broad Haven
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire
SA62 3NE

01437 781221
enquiries@druidstone.co.uk
www.druidstone.co.uk

The Duidstone Hotel