It’s always nice to treat yourself (and your family) every now and again, isn’t it? And what better way than by getting away and enjoying a relaxing holiday in Pembrokeshire together? Well, while you’re here you might well consider a few extra little treats… After all, you deserve it, right?
Although all our accommodation is self-catering, meaning you can save a bit of money and cook your own meals, it’s always nice to eat out every now and again!
Handily, there’s lots of great places to eat in Pembrokeshire – many of which are only a stone’s throw from our holiday park. The region is famed for its fresh produce and there are dozens of top quality restaurants in the county serving up a wide range of culinary delights!
Take a look at our guide, below, to the best places to eat in Pembrokeshire
This pub is ranked among the top places to eat in Pembrokeshire by TripAdvisor and its reviews are excellent to say the least. This popular establishment describes itself as offering ‘proper pub food with a dash of panache’. This place is all about a great location and top quality food: freshly prepared and cooked to order using this best possible British produce.
I had a delicious #vegan burger & #chocolate mousse at The Brewery Inn in Cosheston,… https://t.co/o8hjViC23R pic.twitter.com/wxeqvtQZGr
— craftychai (@craftychai) January 28, 2016
Take a short drive to picturesque Saundersfoot and indulge with a spot of fine dining at Coast. This award-winning place has quite the reputation – and it’s easy to see why. The food here looks too good to eat; it should be hung on a wall and not consumed (but that’s not to say it doesn’t also taste amazing). Enjoy amazing views, beautiful surrounds and great service. But just make sure you book ahead to avoid disappointment!
Apple tatin. A firm favourite from Our Head Chef Tom and all our guests x pic.twitter.com/4evTsqJOYq
— CoastRestaurant (@CoastRestaurant) May 30, 2019
If you don’t fancy a drive then why not take a short walk to the nearby Amroth Arms? Serving up a wide range of traditional pub meals (and a few extras, besides), this place is very popular among our guests. Like our park, it occupies a great location facing Amroth’s Blue Flag beach. Choose from the likes of steak and lasagne or tuck into some of the great seafood options.
Voted among the top 25 restaurants in Wales, it is fair to say that this quirky restaurant is one of the best places to eat in Pembrokeshire. Located in the oldest building in Tenby (some parts of it date back to the 10th Century), this restaurant is fascinating and unusual in equal measure. There’s as much to keep you occupied on the walls and your surrounds as there is on the varied menu.
Here you can enjoy a more intimate dining experience – and one that will leave you grateful for giving it a try. Their seafood offering is exquisite but there’s plenty for everyone with fresh meats and poultry plus veggie options and things for the kids too.
Amazing Lobster Thermidor with Nine Popes wine at Plantagenet House Restaurant in Tenby. pic.twitter.com/1eqweMotdg
— Rhodri Richards (@WaTeddyRuxpin) May 14, 2017
Another hugely popular place to eat is The Stables in Tenby. This restaurant’s mantra is ‘simple food beautifully prepared’ – and they stick religiously to this. Their menu really does offer something for everyone, from great locally-caught seafood to lamb, steak, duck plus some mouth-wateringly good veggie options, too.