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Step into this 200 year old seaside Inn and you will find blazing
log fires, old settles, polished oak tables, leather armchairs and
a spectacular pewter topped bar.
It has all the rustic charm of a proper pub but also an intimate ground
floor restaurant and an elegant contemporary first floor dining room.
here for the relaxed, unpretentious style as much as for the very good
We believe in using carefully sourced seasonal ingredients, cooked perfectly and presented simply. Situated as we are, right next to the beach it is unsurprising that the menu owes much to native waters. Seafood is the star be it pan fried scallops with chorizo, roasted sea bass with caper butter and samphire or beer battered fish and chips. St Brides Bay crab and home smoked mackerel feature with other seaside favourites such as a pint of prawns and moules mariniere. For the carnivores there may be Welsh fillet steak, local lamb or venison as well as home baked bread and Welsh cheese.
Our busy bar serves well kept real ales and has a great wine list
with many wines available by the glass.
Get here early evening, grab a table with one of the best views in
Pembrokeshire and settle down with a group of friends and a bottle
of wine or on Sundays enjoy a traditional roast, leaf through the papers
The Guardian and Observer “Guide to Best Summer Pubs” and
The Independant's “50 Best Gastropubs”. AA Pub of the Year, Wales 2010-2011