Where To Eat
The Stackpole Inn has just been awarded the "Best Gastropub in Wales" award at the recent Great British Pub Awards 2011.They are proud to announce that they have been voted the 2011 "Best food experience Pembrokeshire" by Pembrokeshire tourism. In 2010 they were voted the Western Telegraph readers choice restaurant of the year. In previous years the Stackpole Inn has been voted the best food pub in Wales for 2005 and 2006 by the Morning Advertiser and proud to have been awarded the Pembrokeshire produce mark in recognition of our their use of the very best of local produce.
Sitting across the road from the medieval castle next to the river, Carew Inn is one of Wales's best kept secrets. Mandy & Rob Scourfield have recently celebrated 20 years in their family run pub and have been quietly building a reputation in Pembrokeshire for quality real ales and home cooked food.
The Ferry Inn is a well established bar and restaurant on the banks of the river Cleddau. The fully refurbished premises will provide you with a cosy and comfortable experience while you have a well earned drink or tuck in to your perfectly prepared meal with fresh Pembrokeshire produce.
“A proper taste of Welsh hospitality
Having read the reviews we thought this was going to be a great little place and we were not disappointed. John welcomed us in and showed us around the beautifully furnished and well kept accomodation, made us a cup of tea and a biscuit and regailed us with tales of his past.”
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“FIVE STARS PLUS
My wife and I called at the Tourist Information office in Pembroke looking for a B&B in the area. The lady there said she had seen Lovesgrove and could not recommend it highly enough so we called round and were met at the gate by John who was actually waiting for us!”
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