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There are lots of good restaurants in Pembrokeshire, they can get busy in high season and we would recommend that you ring and book especially on weekends and school holidays.

There are 2 pubs in Angle Village both of which serve food. The Hibernia has a wide selection and we have eaten there plenty of times and have never been disappointed. The Old Point House has a fascinating history with beautiful views across East Angle Bay and is lovely to sit outside in the warmer months.

Both pubs are very welcoming places and have the big advantage that you can have a couple of drinks and walk home. Though we would advise taking care on the coastal path if you have had a drink! We can provide you with torches if you are walking back at night.

The nearest restaurant is the Wavecrest Cafe located just a stone's throw away on Angle Beach. The cafe was re-built in 2014 and we love it. They serve great lunches using Pembrokeshire produce and delicious home-made cakes. They open every day in the summer and just weekends over the winter months. They have a sister cafe at the quayside in Lawrenny that is also well worth a visit.

The Stackpole Inn

This is another restaurant that specialises in local food, it's got a great atmosphere and is only a short drive away. It also serves afternoon tea on Saturdays.

The Speculation Inn

The Speculation Inn is in a handy location between Angle and Pembroke. They do great Sunday lunches and are known for their rabbit pie.

The Bar, Neyland

This restaurant is in a great position overlooking the marina at Neyland. You can sit and look out at the boats and watch the sun go down whilst eating really good local food.

The Carew Inn

This pub is next to Carew Castle and the food is really good, big portions and good quality. We would recommend steak night on Thursdays! Its sister pub is The Tudor Lodge at Jameston and the food is just as good. It’s on the road to Tenby so you could have a day at the beach and stop off for tea on the way home.

The Jolly Sailor at Burton

The location of this pub is its selling point. It’s right on the Cleddau with panoramic views of the river. The menu is mainly traditional pub grub. The food is tasty with generous portions.

Y Cerrig Glas

Y Cerrig Glas is a Marstons Pub in Pembroke Dock with an emphasis on food. It opened in 2014 and has a very comprehensive menu with most meals on a 2 for 1 offer. They have a decent children’s menu, a small indoor play area for under 5’s and an outdoor climbing frame.

Saundersfoot

A small but very popular resort with all the facilities you might need. Wide flat, sandy beach at low tide but still plenty of space at high tide. Dog restrictions apply to the whole beach except the eastern end of the beach between 1st May and 30th September.

St Govan's Inn

This is a country pub not far from the lily ponds at Bosherston. It serves well made traditional pub food at reasonable prices. It also has a popular all you can eat curry night. Check the website for dates.

The Shed Bistro at Porthgain

This is a sea-food restaurant in the North of the county. It is in a stunning location on the Quay and has a brilliant reputation so worth a visit if you are in the area. Maybe after a morning in St Davids?

The Brewery Inn

This is a great pub in Cosheston village. The food is very good but it merits inclusion on this list because it is so dog friendly.