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Located in close proximity to coastal walks and Goodwick Moor with Ivybridge Spa & Wellness Center next door, Ivybridge Guest house is a quaint guest house located close to the beautiful Pembrokeshire... It was very clean and the host was nice to let us check in late after the ferry. We had a nice stay and the beds were comfortable.
Featuring a restaurant and a bar, JT Abergwaun hotel is located in Fishguard, 24 miles from Oakwood Theme Park and 16 miles from St David's Cathedral. Great location and lovely room; but the real secret of Abergwaun Hotel is the owners - friendly, down-to-earth and charming. Met us on arrival, and carried our bags up to our room; cocktails were fantastic, dinner was wonderful - as was breakfast, and Dan sent us on our way with some traditional Welsh cawl to try! Best stay we’ve ever had - thank you so much Dan and Lois!
The family-run Ferryboat is 1640 feet from Fishguard Harbor. It offers stylish rooms with attached bathroom with free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Free parking is available on site. Close to the ferry. Very good facilities. Friendly hosts. Very good breakfast.
James John Hamilton House and backpacker hostel is located in Fishguard, on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Tenby is 35 mi away. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property. Place is beautiful, cozy, historic, restful. Host is a solid and friendly person.
Seasidesteps is a self-contained studio on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and located above Fishguard Harbor overlooking the bay, just a 2 minute drive from the port. The location is exceptional, with a 6’ by 6’ picture window overlooking the outstanding bay view which meant we didn’t even switch on the TV once. This room is tremendously well put together in the attic of the house and beautifully finished in all senses of the word. The kitchenette was very useful with microwave, toaster and the most generously stocked fridge ever! Bed was firm and comfortable with a soft topper and many pillows as well as a sofa and cup chairs. A fabulous pressure from the shower head in the shower room with toiletries made for a great experience. Gary answered queries very quickly and basically couldn’t have been more helpful. The proportions of the room were so well planned we were very impressed and are keen to return in the new year.
Located in Fishguard, 25 miles from Oakwood Theme Park and 15 miles from St David's Cathedral, Fern Villa B&B has accommodations with free WiFi and a garden with a terrace and sea views. very well organized. my room 5 was super. the hosts are the best. great location easy walk to a great pub with excellent food. short walk to the coast to coast and marine trails.
An Artist's Cottage provides accommodations in Fishguard with free WiFi and city views. The property has garden views and is 29 mi from Saundersfoot. This is in a perfect location for walking distance to local amenities and pubs. The cottage has a cosy feel with lovely art and pottery on display. We actually bought a painting that we both liked and are so pleased with it. The cottage sleeps 4 comfortably, but we had 11 people at one time for a birthday celebration. There was more than enough room with 2 lounges and a good sized dinning area. Everything is there you would need for your stay. The weather was wet, windy and cold over our weekend in Fishguard, but the cottage was lovely and warm. We would definitely recommend for people who have an appreciation for art. The beds have memory foam mattress, so had a good night sleep. There is a combi boiler too so ample hot water for showers. We will be back.
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. Luxurious,quiet, well appointed! You feel like you’re living in a manor, but without any of the hassles 😃 our room was spacious with a real king bed, comfortable chairs for reading, a small table and two chairs for snacking and good ventilation with the windows open. The dining and common rooms are elegant and Joy’s piano playing is an added treat. Phil and Joy are extremely attentive and Joy is most aptly named! There is a fine 9 hole golf course on the property if you like that. For us, the House provided a central location from which to explore Pembrokeshire. We stayed 4 nights and would have been happy to stay 4. more.
Distance between dock, village, train station and waterfront are quite large, so transport is needed. Some sort of shuttle service would be great as it is often windy and wet, so walking would be challenging.
If you catch the tide right it's possible to swim in the sea at Fishguard, which I always really enjoy. There is lovely countryside around with some stunning coastal scenery. Footpaths all over the place although it's quite easy to get lost if you don't have a good OS map! My first night I ate at "Hot Chilli", the Indian restaurant. I had the vegetable Biriani which was tasty and good value for money - in fact the portion was too much for me really... On my second night I ate at the Royal Oak, starting with some nice pea and dill soup; then a Greek Salad, which was very nice, although I shouldn't really eat so much (feta) cheese! The town of Fishguard is on a big hill, with the beach and harbour/prt down at the bottom. So if you don't have a car you can do lots of hill-walking. There are buses up and down the hill if you manage to catch one. I had a ticket for a jazz concert on my second evening which I really enjoyed. Peppers is a very friendly and relaxed venue. They have occasional jazz concerts three, also during the annual Jazz Festival, Aberjazz, over the August Bank Holiday. There's also a folk festival in may I believe, with gigs in different pubs and venues e.g. Theatr Gwaun, around the town and in othere North Pembrokeshire villages too.
I was only there for 1 night before getting on the ferry for Rosslare. It was difficult to find my accommodation as the one way system had been changed and there was no access to Fishguard from the road I was on. Had to park the car and have a walk to find it. Found a nice pub to have a meal.
we informed several others on our trip and recommended Ivybridge to them. Some of them turned up at the same time as we did. Breakfasts were great value and beautifully served. If we were to travel from Fishguard in the future we'd certainly book into Ivybridge again.
Several bakers, coffee shops and good small stores to provide most essentials. Good parking facilities with toilets. Walk down to the shoreside for a nice cafe and coffee shop, and you can enjoy the view across to the ferry. The coast path out to past Goodwick to Stumble Head is great, though a little tough.
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.
Sue and Mike were lovely hosts. Mike even appeared to help me find street parking as I arrived. Cosy room with en suite was good for me, as a solo traveller. I had my own breakfast space arranged, they organise time slots which helps reduce bumping into other guests. We all sort of used the stairs at different times based on when our breaky was, which worked well for staying safe. Good planning. Overall a great little spot and wonderful location close to lots of Pembrokeshire coast.
Peter our host was welcoming. We were able to check in early. Comfortable bed. Everything super clean. Breakfast really good with lots of variety. Peter was also nice enough to help get us to the ferry dock. This location is also close by a portion of the Pembrookshire Coastal Path and a nice walk into Fishguard.
This is a small but comfortable hotel. The attached restaurant is excellent. We had the best meals of our two week visit to the UK here. The hotel and restaurant are owned and run by the chef. He holds himself to a very high standard. They were very friendly and helpful. I was very pleased with our stay.
We arrived in Fishguard on the evening ferry from Rosslare, it was just a few minutes journey to Seasidesteps. The room was very comfortable and spacious and Gary supplied a cot for the baby. We enjoyed having breakfast in our room and there was a great variety of food & beverages provided.
Very clean and comfortable. well equipped kitchen. Lovely garden to sit in when the weather is good. Great property for small family/ group of friends. Good base for exploring Fishguard and beyond. Local eateries, pubs and supermarket within walking distance.
I loved the feeling of "not the hotel feeling" . Like you are a guest in a person's home. Which in some ways is just that. Apart from having to pay of course. Very welcoming,clean, nice tea and coffee. Access to your own TV, a nice plus.
Easy to find from the Fishguard Ferry. Plenty of parking space. Bathroom spotless and shower invigorating, toiletries all provided. Breakfast more than adequate. Room nice and warm, which was welcome in December.
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.
The hosts were brilliant and very friendly. Breakfast was very good. If you are looking for chain hotel experience this is not one but it is good old fashioned service and courtesy.
Communal area where we met and talked with other residents and the owner. Breakfast together also. More social than e.g. in an hotel