Runwayskiln Café, Marloes Sands, Marloes

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This off-the-beaten-track coastal cafe is one to watch.

Runwayskiln opened just four weeks ago and has made a big impact with locals and visitors alike.

Expect a taste of west Wales - vibrant seafood and vegetable dishes, Pembrokeshire beers and ciders and exceptional cakes and coffees.

It is on the way to Skomer, a short walk from iconic Marloes Sands and is right on the coastal path - make a day of it.

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Stackpole Inn, Jasons Corner, Stackpole

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Gary and Becky would like to welcome you to the award winning Stackpole Inn - with a restaurant and rooms within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and a short walk to the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

When visiting The Stackpole Inn you can explore the Stackpole Estate, the lily ponds of Bosherston and the amazing Barafundle Bay and Broadhaven beach.

The Stackpole Inn is a place to enjoy lunch and evening meals, catering for any taste and dining experience, from an informal light lunch in our bar area with dogs to a celebratory meal in the restaurant with friends and family.

A menu featuring freshly prepared cuisine focused on the sea has built a strong reputation in the area and beyond.

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Waves Restaurant, Lydstep

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Waves cliff-top restaurant is tucked away.

in Lydstep, on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path boasting breath-taking views over Caldey Island – affording diners the perfect environment to enjoy meals prepped by head chef David and his team, before taking in some fresh sea air on the beautiful terrace.

The restaurant prides itself on utilising the freshest ingredients sourced from trusted local producers and offers a great menu of British and Italian cuisine.

Alongside their traditional service menus, the restaurant also provides themed nights such as their Pizza and Prosecco Party and the inaugural Curry Night on May 25.

To book a table simply give them a call on 01834 870085 or email

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The Salt Cellar, Tenby

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Great food, Great service, Great Times!

Tasty food and friendly service is at the heart of Tenby’s Salt Cellar restaurant.

The staff have a passion for Pembrokeshire and all it has to offer, taking inspiration from its stunning coastline, its rolling green hills, its endless supply of amazing quality ingredients and the people who produce them.

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Llys Meddyg, Newport

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Nestled under Carningli (Mountain of the Angels) on the Nevern estuary, and within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, you’ll find breath-taking beaches, rivers, woods and mountains all a stone’s throw from your door.

Dining options include The Dining Room, The Cellar Bar, open all year round or The Kitchen Garden (open during the summer holidays only). Each offers a variation on the Llys Meddyg theme, all of them relaxed, welcoming, with a little added quirk to keep things interesting.

Having a choice means there is something to offer everyone; from couples wanting an intimate, romantic meal out; families wanting somewhere delicious and child-friendly, and larger parties wanting a private dining venue or somewhere for a special celebration.

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Cliff Restaurant and Gallery Bar at St Brides Spa Hotel, Saundersfoot

Western Telegraph:

The AA Rosette Cliff Restaurant and Gallery Bar has the most dramatic views across Carmarthenshire Bay and Saundersfoot harbour that are constantly changing throughout the day.

Whether guests choose lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, staff guarantee that the finest Pembrokeshire produce, and locally landed fish will feature on our menu.

The Cliff Restaurant and Gallery Bar at St Brides Spa Hotel is committed to using only the freshest ingredients, simply cooked, to make the best use of natural flavours.

To find out more, or book, phone 01834 812304 or visit

Allt yr Afon Restaurant & Brasserie, Wolfscastle Hotel, Wolfscastle

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The award-winning Wolfscastle Hotel, voted the most romantic hotel 2017 by the Welsh Hospitality Awards, is ideal for business, getaways and great dinning.

The Allt yr Afon restaurant and Brasserie has been awarded two AA rosettes for culinary excellence.

They offer mouth-watering lunches, afternoon teas or evening meals in the classic dining room or modern brasserie with both professional & friendly service.

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The Griffin, Dale

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With roaring log fires in the winter and eating out on the alfresco terrace in the summer to enjoy the spectacular sea views, there is quite simply no better place to savour your locally caught seafood.

The Griffin offers a vast range of simple fresh seafood dishes from mackerel to turbot, razor clams to scallops, crab to lobster or other treasures the sea throws at us.

With a deliberately informal atmosphere and fabulous friendly service it’s without doubt a memorable eating experience, that has won the Griffin many accolades.

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Artisan Rooms, The Grove, Narberth

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The Artisan Rooms offer a relaxed dining experience in stylish rooms overlooking the beautiful garden terrace.

The menu has been inspired by the best of Welsh ingredients, simply prepared and served in a relaxed dining atmosphere.

Expect grazing boards of the best of Welsh charcuterie and artisan cheese, grilled Welsh lamb and beef, and Pembrokeshire landed fish, all expertly prepared by executive head chef Allister and his team.

The Artisan Rooms are the perfect choice for long lunches, relaxed dinners and a great Sunday lunch. In the summer months.

Guests can eat outside on the beautiful garden terrace.

For fine dining, the multi-award winning three AA Rosette Fernery Restaurant is also an excellent option.

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Coast Restaurant, Saundersfoot

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This beautiful purpose-built restaurant is right on the shoreline - just metres away from the lovely golden sands of Coppet Hall. You’ll have unrivalled views of sea and sky.

Using, wherever possible, locally-sourced Pembrokeshire ingredients, head chef Thomas Hine and his team prepare dishes with skill, experience, creativity and a good dollop of style.

Thomas is Padstow born and bred with significant experience working for Rick Stein, Paul Ainsworth and Michael Caines, so you can expect assured cooking and great seafood.

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