Old King's Arms Hotel
Spectacular and forbidding Pembroke Castle was the home of the earls of Pembroke for over 300 years. A fort was established here in 1093...
Pembroke Antiques Centre
A wonderful old neoclassical Methodist chapel stocked to the impressively high rafters with antiques, Pembroke Antiques Centre is a good...
Gun Tower Museum
Some of Pembroke's history survives in the Gun Tower Museum, housed in a 19th-century Martello tower that was built to defend the...
This snug local pub, all bare stone and horse brasses, is good for a quiet afternoon pint, but it fairly livens up in the evenings as a...
Housed in an 18th-century granary on the Mill Pond, this cafe conjures up delicious lunches – daily specials include homemade soups and...
Lonely Planet review
Dark timber beams, ochre walls and polished copperware lend a country kitchen atmosphere to the restaurant here. The locally sourced protein (black beef, Carmarthen ham, daily seafood specials) comes accompanied with enough potatoes and vegetables to fill even a Tudor king. Simpler bar meals (mains £8 to £9) are also available.