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Places To Eat Solva

Places To Eat in Solva
Places To Eat in Solva
Places To Eat in Solva
 
 
  • Cambrian Inn
  • The Old Pharmacy Tea Room
  • The Ship Inn
  • Thirty Five
  • The Harbour Inn
  • Lavender Cafe
  • Cafe on the Quay
  • The Royal George

During your stay in Pembrokeshire there really is a great choice of places to eat and drink, from relaxing pubs with good beer and food, using the finest freshest most locally sourced ingredients from local suppliers wherever possible, to daytime cafes, serving tasty breakfasts, lights lunches and afternoon teas, and many of them offering the most fabulous views of the Pembrokeshire coastline. Whilst there are many eateries to choose from and too many for us to feature we have chosen those in Solva, Porthgain and St Davids close to our holiday cottages.

Cambrian Inn

This locally owned and operated restaurant offers a welcome haven for foodies, open for lunch and dinner 364 days of the year. With the talented Head Chef Matt Cox leading a young and enthusiastic kitchen brigade using the best local produce to provide a range of delicious dishes, accompanied by an extensive wine list and a choice of local ales.

Cambrian Inn Solva

The Old Pharmacy Tea Room

This is a family run tea room, serving home-made cakes; delicious lunches; a variety of loose leaf tea; with a licence to to serve alcohol!

The Old Pharmacy Tea Room

The Ship Inn

Traditional family run pub in Lower Solva with large riverside garden and patio. Games room, family friendly. Traditional pub food served daily. Minutes from the beach and coastal path, parking nearby.

Ship Inn

Thirty Five

Thirty five cafe offers a very warm welcome for everyine including children and families. A varied menu from light snacks to local seafood specialities, using local fresh ingredients, all cooked and prepared to order. Great coffee, homemade cakes, local ice-cream. Open late thursday and Fridays for fish and chips (eat-in and take-away). Riverside garden.

Thirty Five

The Harbour Inn

Set within the harbour overlooking the picturesque countryside and ideal for families and dog friendly.Cosy bar area, family restaurant, garden and outside seating overlooking the harbour.

The Harbour Inn

Lavender Cafe

Light and airy cafe serving home made cakes with gluten free options, hot and cold drinks, soup with roll and cheese and tapas boards with cheeses,meats and olives.Child and dog friendly. There is a full licence and a series of events which run throughout the year but especially in the Summer months. Open 10.30 till 5pm Thursday to Monday, during the summer months, closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Free wi-fi is available. Closed duirng the winter months.

Lavender Cafe

Cafe on the Quay

Great views, homemade cakes, light lunches, coffee, tasty ice-creams and licenced! The cafe indoor as well as a small amount of outdoor seating on the balcony perfect for enjoying the stunning views of Solva Harbour tide in or tide out. Crabbers of all ages catered for! Eat in/Take-away cafe bar.

The Royal George

A privately owned inn situated in Upper Solva, with magnificent views across the bay from two terraces. Real Welsh Ales and ciders, traditional pub food. Sunday Roasts. Free Parking, children and dogs welcome, wifi available.

The Royal George Solva

Places To Eat Porthgain

Porthgain Harbour
Places To Eat in Porthgain
Places To Eat in Porthgain
 
  • The Sloop Inn
  • The Shed Fish and Chip Bistro

Within walking distance of our holiday cottages, Strumble Lodge, Melin Llanrhian and Glowty'r Felin, in the nearby hamlet of Llanrhian is the pretty fishing village of Porthgain. Set around a traditional village green with picnic tables and goal posts Porthgain boasts two renowned and highly acclaimed restaurants, The Shed Bistro and The Sloop Inn, both serving sensational catch-of –the-day seafood straight from the boat.

The Sloop Inn

Set against the backdrop of the dramatic Pembrokeshire cliffs and with its pretty sunny patio looking out towards the harbour, the Sloop Inn, dating back to the 18th Century, was originally a very small fisherman’s pub, and possibly even a smuggler’s haunt. Today, although much larger, the iconic Sloop Inn is still full of character and history, with a wealth of local interest on every wall and ceiling and is extremely popular with locals and visitors. Families welcome and open for food everyday with the exception of Christmas Day. The Sloop Inn has a Bar Menu available lunch and evenings 7 days a week and a monthly special menu taking advantage of fresh and local ingredients throughout the seasons.

The Sloop Inn Porthgain

The Shed Fish and Chip Bistro

The Shed, formerly the machine shop for the engines that operated the brickworks in Porthgain, is a relaxed and informal fish and chip bistro serving award winning fish and chips – “fish so fresh you need to pin it to your plate with your fork.” Although the emphasis of the menu is fish, meat and vegetarian options are available and the restaurant runs two menus, fish and chips and a la carte.

The Shed is open from 12-3pm for lunch and 5.30-9pm in the evenings. Teas, coffee and homemade cakes are served from 10am - 5pm. It is advisable to phone first and check opening times especially out of season.

The Shed Fish and Chip Bistro

Places To Eat St Davids

Places To Eat in St Davids
Places To Eat in St Davids
Places To Eat in St Davids
 
  • Oriel y Parc Cafe
  • Sound Cafe
  • Pebbles Yard Gallery and Espresso Bar
  • Refectory Cafe - St Davids Cathedral
  • Bwthyn Y Bwyd Cafe
  • Whitesands Cafe
  • The Bug Cafe
  • Dyfed Cafe
  • The Bench Ice-Cream Parlour
  • The Cwtch
  • St Davids Kitchen
  • Pub/Restuarants - The Grove, The Bishops, The Farmers, The City Inn, St Davids Cross Hotel
  • Saffron
  • Twr y Felin
  • Crug Glas

There are a wide range of places to eat in St Davids depending on what you fancy. There are too many for us to feature individually so we have chosen a small selection.

St Davids Kitchen

"farm to fork project. St Davids Kitchen has been born out of a love for the St Davids Peninsula – the local community, the environment and locally grown food."
Breakfasts, Lunch and Evening advisable to book during high season. Fantastic selection of gins - the 30 strong menu has been mindfully selected with traditional, classic and contemporary gins to suit all Gin-enthusiasts.

Open Monday to Sunday from 10am to 10pm.

St Davids Kitchen