Here are 21 of what we, at Pembrokeshire Farm Bed & Breakfast, consider the best places to eat in Pembrokeshire. These range from fine dining at The Grove through small bistros and waterside cafes where you can enjoy a crab sandwich and a glass of wine to a beachside van serving lobster rolls, but all are well worth a visit. Two in Carmarthenshire have also sneaked onto the list as they are too good to miss!
The Grove, Narberth
Slebech Park, Slebech
Penally Abbey, Tenby
Llys Meddyg, Newport
The Shed, Porthgain
Cwtch, St Davids
The Stackpole Inn, Stackpole
The Bar, Neyland Marina
The Quayside Café, Lawrenny
Maria’s Courtyard Restaurant, Picton Castle
Thirty Five Café, Solva Harbour
Chameli’s (Indian), Llanddewi Velfrey
The Dragon Palace (Chinese), Pentlepoir
Café Mor, The Pembrokeshire Beachfood Company, Freshwater West
Manorbier Castle Coffee Shop, Manorbier
St Brides Hotel & Spa, Saundersfoot
Y Polyn, Capel Dewi, Carmarthenshire)
The Cors, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire
If you are just after an ice cream or sorbet, don’t miss Fire & Ice in Narberth – scrumptious!
If you are coming to Pembrokeshire and looking for a comfortable place to stay where you can relax and feel as though you are staying with friends in the country, then look no further than Pembrokeshire Farm B and B near Narberth. We are centrally located for exploring everything that Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion have to offer and then come back and relax in the beautiful, peaceful garden with a cup of tea and home made shortbread or wander down the old drovers’ track and across the fields. We specialise in home made, home grown and local produce. Check us out on www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk or call us on 01834 860338. We are included in Sawdays’ Special Places to Stay.