Fishguard Area Pubs
You’ll find a warm welcome and a good range of real ales.
You’ll find you pubs large and small – with character, beer gardens and plenty of history on offer.
The Royal Oak
A coastal pub for the whole family right on the Market Square, Fishguard. We serve food all year round which is available lunch and evenings seven days a week. Our Head Chef Michael and his team have tailored a menu bring the best of local produce which includes fresh locally-caught fish during the season, Pembrokeshire meat sourced from Ken Davies butchers, and locally grown vegetables.
Specials are available alongside the bar menu and these change regularly. Please feel free to take a look at our menus and food times below.
The Ship Inn
The Ship Inn is a roadside ale house dating back to the late 18th Century, at the mouth of the River Gwaun in Lower Town, Fishguard. It has a long history, much of which is displayed in the vast collection of old maritime photographs and memorabilia in a marvellously unspoiled atmosphere. Free House; real ales, Good Beer Guide.
“This gem of a pub is situated in the lower part of Fishguard near to the harbour. It sits amid a row of terraced houses and can be missed if you are not careful. The first thing that hits you is the small and very cosy interior, full of old pictures, maps and nick-nacks, leading to a chat amongst the locals and guests alike, inevitable.” South Yorkshireman
The Rose and Crown Goodwick
Enjoy a wide variety of different drink options, from ales and lager to wine and cocktails. We have a huge number of Welsh options as well as your usual pub favourites. Enjoy a pint of Guinness or a Black Dragon Welsh Cider whilst the rugby is on, to wash down our curry. Or come down with your friends and celebrate with our fantastic two for £10 cocktails offer!
We’re proud to work alongside a number of local businesses to bring you the very best in Welsh drink, bringing in new wines from Celtic Wines, and IPAs from Templeton Beer Wine and Spirit Co so, whatever your tipple, come to our bar and receive a friendly welcome.
The Ship Inn Trefin
The Ship Inn Trefin is in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, just 200 yards from the coast path. The old stone country pub is a beautiful, unspoilt piece of history over 200 years old. The landlady Meriel Murphy has been running the Ship Inn for over 18 years; she, her family and staff extend a warm welcome to everyone, families, couples, coastal ramblers, cyclists, large groups and organized special occasions. At least half of our staff are bilingual and can speak to you in Welsh if you prefer.
The Ship Inn is definably worth a visit, an “oldie worldie” welcoming place to relax, a place that people have enjoyed being at since 1797!
Hello! Welcome to The Globe Fishguard, a small, friendly pub/eateriy, owned and run by local people Brian and Jean Morris. Brian and Jean have many years’ experience of the pub and catering business and when they opened the Globe in December 2010, after it had been a closed restaurant for a few years and prior to that a pub for many years, decided to create “a place that we would go to ourselves”.
Right on Fishguard’s Main Street, The Globe Inn serves good ale and good food – and we have now extended our food service hours! Please ring 01348 873999 to book or for further information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to our family-run, free house. We like good fun and welcome children and even dogs in the friendly atmosphere. We have real ale and good pub food at reasonable prices. We serve a traditional Sunday lunch as well as food on other days too.
The Gate Inn is named from the toll gate that once stood here which may have been the first target of the Rebecca Riots in 1839-43. Many toll gates on the roads of Wales were operated by trusts to maintain and improve the roads, funding this from tolls. However, many charged extortionate tolls and diverted the money raised to other uses. The rioters calling themselves ‘Rebecca and her children’, broke down toll gates under cover of night.
The Glendower Hotel in the twin towns of Goodwick and Fishguard is a friendly family-run hotel with a traditional bar and a genuine local atmosphere. Situated in the picturesque village of Goodwick, on the other side of the bay from Fishguard, the Glendower Hotel is the closest hotel to Fishguard Harbour. If you are looking for a bed and breakfast or a hotel near Fishguard then the Glendower hotel is perfectly situated.
A full Welsh breakfast is included with all the rooms and on Sunday there is a fantastic carvery with a choice of meats as well as a vegetarian option. On Wednesday night you can have a curry and a pint for just £6. Evening meals on other nights are available by appointment.
The Old Coach House
The Old Coach House serves real ales and with a good variety of beers, real ales, ciders and a wide variety of other drinks. We offer free wifi, Sky HD 65″ with live Premiership football.
Other facilities include darts, pool, extensive beer garden and full disabled access. Other facilities include darts, pool, extensive beer garden and full disabled access. Meal prices from £7.50 for one course to £14.50 for three courses in our newly renovated and very characterful beamed dining room.