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Population: 3300
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Pendre Inn
"on holiday at the holiday park and dropped in to watch the barcelona match on sky very friendly barman he made you feel very welcome.a very good pint of carling ..." More

Ferryboat Inn and Restaurant
"Good Points: A very warm welcome from the owner. Fantastic food, dinner and breakfast. Light and airy bedroom. Bad Points: No bad points we can think of. General review: Exactly what ..." More

Ferryboat Inn and Restaurant
"Good Points: A very warm welcome from the owner. Fantastic food, dinner and breakfast. Bad Points: No bad points we can think of. General review: Exactly what we needed for an ..." More

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Fishguard, on the A487 between St Davidís and Cardigan, is split into upper and lower towns. The upper contains the commercial centre with shops and hotels whilst the lower,nestling at the mouth of the Gwaun valley, is a fishing port with tidal quay. Fishguard hosts a lively annual folk music festival and for more Celtic connections, Strumble Head is the closest point to the Irish coast. Fishguard Harbour (confusingly nor actually in Fishguard but a mile away at Goodwick) is a major ferry port with high-speed catamaran crossings to Rosslare. But do be careful when you return to Fishguard - you donít want to be taken for a marauder. Fishguard in 1797 was the site of the last invasion of mainland Britain but local heroine Jemima Nicholas armed only with a pitchfork captured 12 French soldiers - admittedly the invaders were under the influence of alcohol at the time, prematurely celebrating Ė as full surrender occurred quite quickly afterwards. The women of Wales are not to be trifled with! You can find a commemorative plaque to Jemima and visit the recently refurbished Town Hall where a purpose built gallery houses The Last Invasion Tapestry . Classic film enthusiasts will recognise many scenes in Fishguard, this was the location for the 1971 adaptation of Dylan Thomasí Under Milkwood and Moby Dick was filmed here in the 1950s. For hikers and ramblers, the Pembrokeshire coastal path provides spectacular walking but if you are planning to covering all 168 miles of the route this is a good place to break your journey north. Castell Henllys just off the A487 by Newport (not to be confused with Newport Gwent) is a reconstructed Iron Age fort with craft making displays and also close is Carn Ingli Common renowned for its variety of wildlife.Plenty to do here.


Fishguard Bay Caravan & Camping Park
Gwaun Vale Touring Park
Tregroes Touring and Camping Site
Yet Y Gors Fishery


Vergam Dental Practice
West Street Dental Practice


The Health Centre


Ferryboat Inn and Restaurant
Hope and Anchor Inn


Fishguard Country Market

Pub and Bar

Cambrian Inn
Farmers Arms
Fishguard Arms
Globe Inn
Old Coach House
Pendre Inn
Ship Inn


Jackie Harries
Royal Oak
Ship Inn

Three Main Street
Tregynon Farmhouse Restaurant


Fishguard CP Infants School
Fishguard Junior Mixed School
Fishguard RC School


Garden Farmhouse at Garden Farm
The Granary at Garden Farm


Nicola Gwynn Solicitors
Walter Williams


Carrots Cabs
Merves Taxis


Gwaun Veterinary Group


Allison at the Flower Garden
Harry Williams & Sons
E H James & Co
West Wales Arts Centre
Workshop Wales Gallery

Ffynnonston Organics
The Music Shop

Places to Stay near Fishguard

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Cefn-y-Dre (0.51 miles)

Cefn-y-Dre is in the enviable position of having a unique sense of place. With a history going back 500 years, links to Lloyd George, views to the Preseli hills and Carn Ingli - setting for ... More | visit website
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Ferryboat Inn and Restaurant (1.12 miles)

Ferryboat Inn and Restaurant

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Offering quality en suite rooms and forecourt parking, 500 metres from Fishguard ferry port, this is the nearest accommodation provider to Europcar and Hertz car hire, ideal for visiting Pembrokeshire. The 4-star ... More

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Trecinni Bed & Breakfast (1.12 miles)

Trecinni Bed & Breakfast

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Private and secure off road parking.Sea views. En-suite rooms available.All bedrooms equipped with TV, Radio Alarm, and Tea/Coffee making facilities.Luxury conservatory.Laundry & ironing service available.Snack Menu and packed lunches.1.5 Miles ... More


Hope and Anchor Inn (1.14 miles)

Fine Food and Comfortable Rooms and the doorstep of the Fishguard Cork Irish Ferry and pembrokeshire National Park ... More
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Ty-Hendre (2.75 miles)


Ty-Hendre is a superbly appointed cottage which sleeps 4, is situated just a couple of miles out of Fishguard and with lovely pastoral surroundings. The owners have created a delightful conservation area within the 5 ... More | visit website

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Y Garth (3.07 miles)

Y Garth
With sea or countryside views Y Garth offers superior accommodation in individual styled bedrooms; one luxury double ensuite bedroom (Strumble - with sea and countryside views); one luxury double or twin room - ... More | visit website
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Major Lodge (6.13 miles)

Major Lodge

Sleeping 6
offers the highest levels of comfort and convenience for your holiday in Newport in the heart of North Pembrokeshire. This charming cottage, sleeping 6, has been entirely refurbished over the last year to ... More | visit website


Golden Lion Inn (6.32 miles)

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Wolfscastle Country Hotel (6.43 miles)

Wolfscastle Country Hotel

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Situated in the heart of rural mid Pembrokeshire, this hotel has a long established reputation for excellent cuisine and service and has an AA Rosette for Good Food.
Wolfcastle Country Hotel is ... More

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Newport Links Golf Club (6.47 miles)

Newport Links Golf Club

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Newport Links lies wholly within the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The view from our 17th green alone would be hard to match anywhere else in the world. Whether you ... More

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