Bed & Breakfast and Guesthouses
Enjoy a wide choice of friendly people and places in these and often historic properties, all within reach of North Pembrokeshire’s attractions
Manor Town House is an elegant multi-award winning, 4-Star, sea-view Georgian town house located in the centre of Fishguard. Close to local restaurants, cafes and bus networks. Most guest rooms are very spacious with spectacular sea views. All rooms offer flat-screen TV/DVD, fluffy white towels, crisp white bed linen, luxury toiletries and high-speed hairdryers.
”Best Breakfast with best views” (BBC’s Nick Crane). Cosy reception rooms, honesty bar, open fires, pretty sea view garden terrace. Very family-friendly, exclusive use and special events welcome. Five minutes drive from Stenaline port / railway station. Free Wifi. Open for late arrivals. Read more here . . .
We are located in Goodwick just ¼ mile from the ferry and train port to Ireland and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is a mere 15 minutes’ walk from our front door. We connect travellers as far as Poppit Sands, Cardigan to the Northeast and Solva Harbour to the Southwest.
Relax and rejuvenate at Ivybridge Spa opposite our B&B. Ask us for group packages, special event parties or trust us with your next tailored full board retreat or event on the west coast of Wales!
Erw-Lon Farmhouse is a lovely, award-winning peaceful working farm set in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park at the foot of the Preseli hills, overlooking the beautiful Gwaun Valley. Red Kites and buzzards are often to be seen swooping and gliding above the farmhouse.
The atmosphere is relaxed with wholesome home cooking, using fresh local farm produce whenever possible, served in the spacious dining room which has separate tables, and there is also a comfortable lounge. We hold the prestigious Welcome Host Wales Gold Award for outstanding hospitality and service, and winner of the AA Best Breakfast Awards 2014.
The Ferryboat Inn
The Ferryboat Inn offers comfortable hotel-style accommodation near the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the Fishguard ferry port to Ireland. We have proved to be one of the most popular accommodation providers in the area for one night stays or short break holidays in Fishguard.
Whether you’re passing through on your travels, on a bike, or here to explore the 186 miles of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, we are here to help you Enjoy your journey.
Fern Villa Bed & Breakfast
We have double en-suite rooms all with fantastic sea views, a twin en-suite room with views over the garden and a single room with a private bathroom, this also looks over the garden. All rooms have digital freeview tv, radio, Wi-Fi and tea/coffee-making facilities. Our freshly-cooked breakfast is taken in the sunny dining room overlooking the sea. We have off road parking and safe unrestricted road parking.
We are a two minute drive (or a 5-10 minute walk) from the Stena ferry terminal in Fishguard Harbour which provides daily links to and from Ireland.There are pubs and restaurants within walking distance which serve freshly-cooked meals using local produce.
Pentower 5 Star B&B
Enjoy spectacular views of Fishguard harbour from our peaceful and secluded bed and breakfast – yet only a short stroll from the centre of town. For some years the home of broadcaster, writer & war correspondent Wynford Vaughan-Thomas, Pentower has been running as a successful Bed & Breakfast in Fishguard for over ten years. There are 3 spacious guest bedrooms.
Guests are welcome to bring in their own wine and beer to enjoy. Glasses and wine chillers are available. There is ample private parking for guests and free Wi-Fi throughout the property but, beware, Tony and Mary share Pentower with two spoilt, friendly cats.
Tregynon Farmhouse B&B
Tregynon Farmhouse B&B is in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, nestled in the Gwaun Valley, which has an abundance of landscapes, wildlife and prehistoric sites to explore yet is only 15 minutes from the coast.
There are stunning views the countryside including Carn Ingli (Mountain of Angels) and Bluestone Country from which some of Stonehenge was constructed. We are not permitted to serve in the farmhouse so we serve a full cooked Welsh breakfast direct to your entrance lobby when you choose. Fully central heated and with en-suite facilities, Tregynon is a wonderful destination for a short break or holiday.
Morawel means “sea breeze” and is just 50 yards from the Quay in Lower Town, Fishguard, one of the most picturesque towns in Wales. Slow your pace and allow Morawel and Fishguard Lower Town to be your base for exploring this beautiful part of the world, including superb coastal walking on the route of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Every en suite bedroom has the facilities and amenities that you’re looking for in this traditional mid-nineteenth century building. Breakfast is a real treat and while we don’t serve evening meals, you’re welcome to bring something in and use our facilities to eat in comfort.
Preseli Venture 5 Star Eco Lodge
The Preseli Venture eco lodge is Wales’ only 5 star activity centre built with sustainability in mind. There are great walks right from the ecolodge to get you out on the coast to explore our beautiful local coves and hidden beaches, so you don’t need your car to access the best spots.
The lodge accommodates up to 40 people in comfortable bedrooms including singles, doubles, twins and larger family rooms. Each room is booked out individually. We have a fully-licensed bar, awesome sound system and pool table and you can enjoy a blazing bonfire in our sheltered garden, out under the stars.
The Harp at Letterston
Originally a 15th century country inn, our recent renovations have brought this former coaching house bang up to date with the stylish conservatory Restaurant where you can bring friends or family to be entertained. Chose from local favourites, prime Welsh fillet steak, Welsh mussels, Venison Roquefort, Whole sea bass, on the menu featuring some superb local Welsh ingredients.
Or for an informal lunch you’ll find plenty of classic good pub food on the Menu, Take your friends, children and dog out to the fenced pub garden for lunch in the sun. Don’t forget our real ales. Food every day through the winter months from 12.00 to 2.30pm and 6.30 – 9.00pm.
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