Places to go out & eat & drink in Pembroke
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Pembroke

Places to eat & drink in Pembroke.

The castle at Pembroke is magnificent. The birthplace of Henry Vll, it dominates this most charming single street 'walled town' with its spectacular location and is one of the best preserved medieval castles in Wales.

Every year the medieval 'walled town' of Pembroke and its Castle are the venue for many important events several of which are rooted in the town's historic past such as Shakespearean productions, medieval banquets, military tattoos and displays by the Sealed Knot Society.

Two miles away is Pembroke Dock, which boasts excellent boating and watersports facilities, complemented by Neyland's marina, on the opposite side of the Estuary. Pembroke Dock is an important ferry port, operating daily sailings to Rosslare in Ireland.

A golf course, also welcomes green fees. The Martello Gun Tower is a themed Visitor Centre, which traces the history of the unique network of defences along the Milford Haven waterway and Western Approaches.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Pembroke or surrounding areas.

Pembroke Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc


The Dial Inn

Lamphey, nr. Pembroke, SA71 5NU
Tel: Mrs. Ruth Hill on 01646 672426    Fax: 01646 672426

Only a stone's throw from the Bishop's Palace this elegant, interesting and deceptively large village pub has excellent bar food, daily blackboard menu and an imaginative dining room menu freshly prepared and cooked. Fine wines and cask conditioned ales. Open for coffee, lunch, dinner and bar meals. Listed in all the best Food & Beer Guides.
Type: Pub/Inn

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