The peninsular west of Pembroke might seem remote and uninhabited, but we’ve a surprising number of cafes: Ye Olde Worlde Cafe, Bosherston This is one of Pembrokeshire’s best-loved institutions. Ye Olde Worlde Cafe is a step back straight into the 1930’s/40’s. It used to be presided over by Auntie Vi, who was one of a
Tenby is a popular town with lots of places to stop for lunch. But with so much choice, there’s also a lot of variability. Our favourites are: Stowaway Coffee Co. Tucked into a tiny arch on the walk down to Harbour Beach, this little coffee shop is easy to miss but well worth seeking out.
As you’d expect from such a bustling little market town, there are lots of choices in Narberth. Our favourite two are: Plum Vanilla Plum Vanilla is just off the High Street. It has an eclectic and frequently changing menu with a wide variety of influences. Lots of delicious fresh salads and homemade cakes. Sometimes with
So, you’re staying with us and fancy making the most of our lovely hampers by heading out for a picnic? But where to go? Almost any beach, though perhaps not Barafundle (beautiful as it is) unless you’re prepared to carry everything quite a long way across the headland. The site of Stackpole Court, on the