Eating Out in Pembrokeshire
'Very, very welcoming, fantastic beds, breakfasts, hosts' July 2015

Eating

Breakfast
Last year, Manor Town House became the proud winners of Pembrokeshire’s
True Taste award for ‘Best Use of Local Produce in any Hospitality
Outlet’
, for our breakfast.

It really is no hardship sourcing fantastic local produce, as there is so much to
choose from. Our organic free-range eggs, sausages and free-range bacon
are all award-winning and along with our locally made bread and pastries,
they all arrive from within 3 miles. Even better if its sunny, you get to eat on the terrace!

Food Allergies and Special Dietary Requirements
Please advise us in advance if you have a specific food allergy or dietary requirement.
Vegetarian diets are easily catered for, as are vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free
and celiac. Give just a little advance notice and we can prepare the breakfast
of your choice.

Afternoon Tea
Summer or winter, why not try our delicious Manor Town House Cream Tea?
For a special occasion treat we can also offer a choice of fizz. Helen just loves
baking, so any excuse for a tea party is always welcome! (Order in advance).

Eating Out
Restaurants
For evening meals, we are happy to make recommendations and table
reservations at the time of booking your stay. Most restaurants in the area
close a few days a week and booking is often essential at weekends,
particularly during High Summer, when a few more places serve food on a more casual basis, mostly at weekends.

In Fishguard

  • No3 Very popular, diverse menu. Features a variety of seasonally changing mains. Relaxed but stylish surroundings. Children very welcome.
  • Peppers – Simple but carefully selected menu showcasing the best of local produce in a
    laid back, art gallery setting. Host’s very popular musical event nights, including classical and jazz.
  • The Plaice – Very humble but hospitable setting, operates as the Corner Cafe during the day. Open Fri / Sat high season, wide selection of fish only, served very simply indeed with very generous portions, it’s usually impossible to accommodate desert! Booking essential.

Pubs – More options in town, during main season, including The Globe, with a few open for Sunday Lunch all year round too.
Lunch – Depending on the day, a variety of cafe’s open, serving great local produce, including The Gourmet Pig, Peppers as well as Welsh-French artisan bakery / cafe / music venue Ffwrn, serving delicious crepes and sweet and savory pastries.

There are lots of great options in either direction. Towards St David’s in
Porthgain (15mins drive) and also Newport (12 mins drive). Please enquire for
further details.