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5 top food spots to try out in Pembrokeshire this summer



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This our list of 5 top places to eat in Pembrokeshire whilst holidaying here:


  1. Stackpole Inn - Welsh Winners in the National Pub & Bar Awards, Stackpole Inn provide a wonderful welcome and serve delicious food. When visiting the Inn you can explore the nearby Stackpole Estate, Bosherton Lily Ponds, Barafundle Bay and Broadhaven beach. Stackpole Inn also welcomes dogs into their bar area.

  2. Griffin, Dale - have a great Seafood focus, and have won nationwide recognition for their fresh fish dishes and exciting experiences. Tucked up behind a sea wall, on the mouth of the Milford Haven waterway the Griffin is a beautiful setting for your meal and is also kid friendly. For those not so keen on fish there are plenty of other mouth watering dishes to choose from.

  3. The Druidstone Hotel - stands at the sea's edge atop St.Brides Bay in 20 acres of grounds , on the coastal path within the wild Pembrokeshire National Park, with stunning views & spectacular sunsets over the Atlantic Ocean, above the safe & sweeping sandy Druidston Beach.

  4. Runwayskiln Cafe - Close to Marloes Sands and right on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Runwayskiln serves fresh, vibrant dishes in an outstanding setting.

  5. Coco’s Restaurant, Milford Marina - a must-visit port of call for those wishing to experience good quality food and drinks in one of Milford Haven’s historic buildings. The owners are keen to provide a great selection of food and drinks in an informal, relaxed city-style venue. COCO’s home, ‘The Sail Loft’ is a Grade II listed building, which was once used to service the Nantucket Whaling ships and is now home to this vibrant restaurant serving mouth-watering meals, decadent cocktails and delicious coffee and cake every day.


If you try out any of these amazing venues or think there are other top places to eat in Pembrokeshire that should be on our list, be sure to let us know!


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