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Located in close proximity to coastal walks and Goodwick Moor with Ivybridge Spa & Wellness Centre next door, Ivybridge Guesthouse is a quaint guest house located close to the beautiful Pembrokeshire... Great host who made my wife and I feel welcomed. Comfortable room and wonderful breakfast. Ideally situated for anyone using Fishguard port. A real find to be recommended.
Located in Fishguard, Tara provides accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. Such a lovely place. Amazing room. Breakfast was fabulous. So relaxed and inviting. Couldn't ask for a better place to stay. The location was perfect for us. Will definitely be going back.
Situated in Fishguard, Ardwyn Studio features accommodation with a patio and free WiFi. This homestay has a garden and free private parking. The homestay features a flat-screen TV. Lovely welcome, clean, full of goodies including chocolate and nibbles and breakfast cereals. Beautifully equipped and thought of everything. Went the extra mile
Priskilly Forest Country House is located 2.3 miles from Letterston, a 15-minute drive from Fishguard. The country house offers an on-site restaurant and golf course, and free parking. Beautiful setting in the country. Owners terrific. Breakfast was A1
An Artist's Cottage provides accommodation in Fishguard with free WiFi and city views. The property has garden views and is 46 km from Saundersfoot. Great cottage in the centre of Fishguard. The cottage was spacious, comfortable and fully equipped. Location was ideal for a long weekend in Pembrokeshire. Would definitely recommend staying here.
Situated in Fishguard, close to the Pembrokeshire Coastal path, Hamilton Lodge - Cottage sleeps 8 has 3 bedrooms and a secluded cottage garden with covered terrace. For a hostel type accommodation, it is surprisingly practical. Everything one needs from USB loading stations to breakfast cereals and milk is right where you would hope to find them. It's clean and uncomplicated and our dog was welcome. There is a car park across the street. For a short overnight stay, ideal, especially for young people.
Some lovely walks can be found in or around Fishguard. Fishguard is a good base for touring West Pembrokeshire. We found the bus service a bit limited, because of the restricted CoVid bus timetable, but the journeys we did go on included some fabulous routes. Do remember that Goodwick is a mile or so from Fishguard, separated by the harbour or Parrog. It's the ferry port too. There are frequent bus services between the two places, and Goodwick is quiet at night (when the ferries aren't running)..June is a beautiful month to walk the lanes and byways of Pembrokeshire.
Fishguard is the rail destination closest to the place where I spend a few weeks every year. It's a hub for bus services (I'm not a driver) and accessible on foot for some lovely walks. But it's also a great place in its own right, and I make a point of spending some days and nights there. The first time happened to be a Tuesday and someone pointed me at the music evening at the Royal Oak. This was such a memorable pleasure that I go back purposely for it whenever possible. Dare I say Fishguard is not painfully touristy? It feels like a place where people really live rather than taken over by 2nd homers. Excellent fish & chips to be had at Hooked@31. Some things, of course, have been affected by Covid (where have they not?). My previous favourite place to stay overnight has changed its operation and sadly no longer works for me as a frequently lone traveller. But I have found an alternative B&B which is very good, and there are bound to be others. I like Fishguard very much.
Fishguard itself has nothing special to offer. A small harbour, no beach, a sculpture, some connections with Dylan Thomas, shops and restaurants. The main interest is the countryside around - the Coastal Path and other walks, art galleries, Castell Henllys (very interesting), and access to St Davids and Haverfordwest. Goodwick is quieter and more accessible than Fishguard, and is very convenient for the Rosslare ferry.
A lot to do in a small area. Pretty harbours, beautiful beaches, stunning art galleries whatever your taste, good restaurants and takeaways. A real getaway. My favourite place was Whitesands Bay nr. St. David's. Proper sand, surf waves, plenty of beach to walk on with great caves. Lovely beach cafe with home cooked food. I went three times. Favourite place to eat was The Shed Bistro at Porthgain. Best fish and chips ever, served with homemade fennel and cucumber slaw with a glass of wine, inside or out. Very safe, they've got screens between the tables. Also loved Solva and the woollen Mill.
We were pleasantly surprised by Fishguard. Some lovely shops and friendly.people. Maddens is great for coffee and lunch with a spacious outdoor area. Had a good evening meal at the Royal Oak. Friendly service and has a good outdoor eating area
Fishguard harbour and lower Fishguard are very pretty. Not much open due to covid19 restrictions but lovely beaches around Fishguard and some nice places to eat like the Royal Oak and The old Sailors situated on Pwllgwaelod beach . Even had some sunshine.
Great host who made my wife and I feel welcomed. Comfortable room and wonderful breakfast. Ideally situated for anyone using Fishguard port. A real find to be recommended.
Beautiful setting in the country. Owners terrific. Breakfast was A1
Clean and comfortable. Friendly and welcoming hosts