Pembrokeshire drinking and nightlife

Bar in Fishguard (Abergwaun)


This hip hub includes an interesting gallery (the streetside West Wales Art Centre), an excellent restaurant, a peaceful terrace area and an inviting little tile-floored bar. There's a good selection of Welsh craft …
Pub in Cwm Gwaun

Dyffryn Arms

If the step-back-in-time feel of Cwm Gwaun isn't visceral enough, drop into the Dyffryn Arms. Better known as Bessie's after its legendary octogenarian landlady, this rare survivor of yesteryear occupies what's basi…
Pub in St Davids (Tyddewi)

Farmer's Arms

Even though St Davids is a bit of a tourist trap, you'd be hard-pressed to find a more authentic, gregarious locals' pub. There's real ale and Guinness on tap, and it's the place to be when the rugby's playing. A ba…
Pub in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Ship Inn

This tremendously snug and convivial little 250-year-old pub has an open fire in winter and walls covered in memorabilia, including photos of Richard Burton filming Under Milk Wood outside (the street and nearby qua…
Pub in Angle

Old Point House

Warm and welcoming but rough around the edges, this 15th-century cottage pub sits at the end of a deeply rutted road, looking out over the water and marooned by spring tides. It was partly built with shipwreck timbe…
Pub in Porthgain

Farmers Arms

If you're a lover of village pubs, this solid stone tavern in the hilltop village of Mathry, 5 miles east of Porthgain, is well worth seeking out. There's nothing fancy about it, just rugby memorabilia on the walls,…
Pub in Pembroke (Penfro)

Castle Inn

This snug local pub – all bare stone and wonky beams – is good for a quiet afternoon pint, but it livens up in the evenings as a youngish crowd gathers for a night on the town. Live bands blast away the cobwebs on s…
Pub in Newport (Trefdraeth)

Llwyngwair Arms

With aged stone walls and red-and-black chequer-board tiles, this is a proper locals' pub – and the best place in Newport to watch the rugby. There's a pool table upstairs and a beer garden at the rear.
Pub in Newport (Trefdraeth)

Old Sailors

Built in 1593, this remote and rustic place on the western side of Dinas Island is a great place to break a coast walk with a pint and a quick bite. The sunsets from the beer garden are glorious.
Pub in Tenby (Dinbych Y Pysgod)

Tenby House

This lively pub has DJs on the weekends, and a sunny, flower-bedecked courtyard for summer afternoon sessions.