Hotel Accommodation in Fishguard
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Fern Villa is a friendly 4* Bed and Breakfast in a lovely Victorian villa. We are in quiet location with beautiful sea views. Our aim is for all guests to have a wonderful stay, whether it is for 1 night or more! We are only a 5 minute walk to the stunning Pembrokeshire coast path, ferry to Ireland, Fishguard & Goodwick train station and local pubs/restaurants. Our comfortable double, twin and single
The Cartref Hotel is centrally located. The rooms are en-suite with television - all with tea and coffee making facilities. The licensed restaurant is open to non-residents, serving food cooked from the best local produce, with a continental flavour. The Hotel is only five minutes drive from the ferry-port and open 24 hours a day. Garaging is available for guests.
Gellifawr is located in the beautiful Gwaun Valley in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, about four miles from the coast and beaches at Newport Sands. The area in which they are situated is designated a site of special scientific interest. Perfect for walking, bird watching, hiking, cycling, nature watching, beaches, sightseeing or just relaxing in the friendly and comfortable welcoming environment.
The Tara Hotel, owned by Steve and Pam Fensome, exudes a very homely and friendly atmosphere where guests are made to feel welcome whether their stay is for just one day or for longer. All are treated to the same warm hospitality. The building itself dates back to Victorian times and retains some charming features such as the wonderful slate fireplace in the bar area - really snug in the winter months.
The Seaview Hotel is based in Fishguard, Pembrokeshire and offers a relaxing and comfortable environment from which to explore the stunning beauty of the North Pembrokeshire coastline. Discover the wonders of its unique countryside and investigate the richness of Pembrokeshires past amidst the captivating historical and archaeological sites including Castell Henlys and St Davids city and its cathedral