Caught between the sea and the mountains, Pembrokeshire has access to some of the finest (and freshest) produce in Wales. Here distinctly season-driven restaurant menus sing with local seafood and farm-fresh cheeses, not to mention Preseli lamb and beef, all elevated to new … [Read more...] about The Best Restaurants in Pembrokeshire
The opening event of this year’s Pembrokeshire Fish Week will take place at Lawrenny on 24th June with a Big Day Out Event on Sunday, 25th at Scolton Manor. Fish Week events will be held throughout the County, running until 2nd July. The Pembrokeshire Fish Week began 18 years … [Read more...] about Watery Events Taking Place in Pembrokeshire!
According to the Telegraph, walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path must be included in everyone's ultimate bucket list and we agree. Opened in 1970, the 186 miles of the path stretches from Amroth in the south of the County to St Dogmaels in the north and covers almost every … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Bucket List – Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
A pub in South Pembrokeshire has been named the best in Wales. The Stackpole Inn near the beautiful Barafundle Bay, which has often been named as one of the best beaches in the world, won the award for Best Pub in Wales at the National Pub and Bar Awards. TV and radio food … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire Pub Named Best in Wales
Will Holland, of Pembrokeshire’s fabulous Coast Restaurant, has been shortlisted, along with two others, Steve Groves of Roux at Parliament Square and Allan Pickett of Piquet, as The Craft Guild of Chefs Awards 2016 Restaurant Chef of the Year. Coast, on the beach at Coppet … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire – the New Foodie Destination