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About North Pembrokeshire

Discover more about North Pembrokeshire and the coastal path when you stay at one of our Pembrokeshire Holiday Lets properties.

A unique county of history, culture, wildlife, scenery and friendly people.

Fishguard is situated on the beautiful North Pembrokeshire coastline, in the heart of the world renowned Pembrokeshire National Park.

Our holiday lets are just a five to ten minute walk to both the family friendly beach and the centre of the town in Fishguard where you can find restaurants, pubs, cafes and shops.

Fishguard is full of history, notably our very own Jemima Nicholas defeating 12 French soldiers in the last invasion of Britain in 1797. The town hall and library are home to the fascinating Last invasion tapestry along with other artefacts of historical interest.

From your doorstep you can explore beautiful walks through historical sites, mountains, woods and valleys, beaches, and of course, the incredible Pembrokeshire coastal path. There is something for everyone!

Beaches, Beaches, Beaches

The county has 27 surfing beaches, depending on wave direction, and most are lovely to just enjoy from the shore.

Ancient Stones

North Pembrokeshire has perhaps the richest visible Megalithic history in the whole of Wales.

The Pilgrim Routes

St David’s Cathedral was the destination of several pilgrims’ routes across the country, and many old churches remain to retrace their steps.

Abundant Wildlife

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the Islands are teeming with abundant and often rare wildlife, from birds and flowers, to dolphins, seals, and occasional whales and basking sharks.

Coastal Path

The All Wales Coastal Path includes the 187 unspoilt miles around Pembrokeshire that were voted 2nd in the world by readers of National Geographical.
From short, easy walks to the full, challenging circuit, the scenery is breathtaking.

Music Festivals

Fishguard plays host to music festivals through the year: the Fishguard Folk Festival, Aberjazz and the Fishguard International Music Festival. You can find live music weekly at several venues including a folk music session at the Royal Oak.

From Us To You

Services, travel, and local suggestions.


The Rose & Crown    –

JT at the Abergwaun     –

The Royal Oak              –

Hot Chilli Indian Restaurant      – Hot Chilli on Facebook 

Goodwick Fish & Chips   –


The Cambrian         –

The Coachhouse     –  on Facebook

The Globe                – on Facebook

The Fishguard Arms  –  on Facebook

The Ship Inn  –

The Rose & Crown    –

The Hope & Anchor   –  on Facebook

Fishguard Rugby Club –


Mannings   – on Facebook

Popty Café   –  on Facebook

The Gormet Pig  –  on Facebook

Red Onion Garden Café   –  on Facebook

Cresswell’s Café   –  on Facebook

Janes Fishguard    –  on Facebook

The Coffee Shop at Ocean Lab –  on Facebook

The Shack    –  on Facebook

Ruthie’s Café – on Facebook

Arts & Culture

Ffwrn       –  on Facebook

Theatr Gwaun  –

Library      –   Fishguard Library & TIC

Last Invasion Tapestry  –

The Royal Oak   –

West Wales Art Gallery    –  on Visit Wales

Shows & Entertainment

Fishguard Folk Festival    –

Aberjazz Festival  –

Fishguard International Music Festival  –

Fishguard Carnival   –  on Facebook

Fishguard Raft Race    –  on Facebook

Fishguard Soap Box Derby  –  on Facebook

Outdoor & Adventure

Preseli Venture  –

Mayberry Kayaking   –

Kayak King    –

Celtic Quest Coasteering  –

Sea Trust –

Fishguard Leisure Centre –  Fishguard Leisure Centre

Day Trips

North Pembrokeshire Tours –

VIP Wales            –

Local Boat Trips    –


Home James       –

Fishguard Taxis   –

Carrot’s Cabs      –

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