'Very, very welcoming, fantastic beds, breakfasts, hosts' July 2015
Situated on the spectacular and beautiful coast of Pembrokeshire, Fishguard
is nestled between the Preseli Hills and the rocky cliffs of Strumble Head.
Famous as the town of the Last Invasion from France in 1797, Fishguard was
later put on the map in the 1970’s, when the Dylan Thomas’ Under Milkwood
was filmed in Lower Town, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
Today, Fishguard is becoming increasingly popular with tourists from around
the world, all wanting to enjoy the plethora of natural beauty Pembrokeshire
has to offer at a slower pace of life. It is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
The Manor Town House is located in the very centre of the of Fishguard’s
historic market town. Fishguard itself is only a small town but has the modern
conveniences you might expect, including pharmacies, supermarkets, tourist
information, library, cinema/theatre, post-office, launderette, galleries, cafe’s,
restaurants and a great deli.
Winner of ‘Good Hotel Guide 2015 Editor’s Choice Award for Walking
Hotels’, editor Adam Raphael, credited our award to our reader reviews, our
fantastic location within Pembrokeshire and also our exceptional, local coastal
bus services that allow walkers to hop on and off the Coastal Path route,
mostly at their convenience, either on the way to their destination or back here
So, situated in the heart of town, barely a stones-throw from the
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and with everything here right on our doorstep,
we really are the perfect base for exploring.