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Places To Go and Things To See


Newport has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to eating out with locally sourced ingredients the norm.

The Golden Lion – the landlord, Darrin, provides great pub grub and a good restaurant and regular live music as well.  They also have great bed and breakfast facilities.

Llys Meddyg  – run by Ed & Louise who provide fabulous food in great ambience in either the main restaurant or the Kitchen Garden.  And if you want to dress up in lippy and heels check out the  wonderfully elegant cellar bar.  This is the place for a special treat or occasion.  They also offer luxurious accommodation.

Tides Kitchen & Restaurant – Great little restaurant, specialises in delicious seafood.  Also bread, pies and cakes, all cooked on site.  If you want bread or donuts, get there early!

There are two other cafes, Fronlas, on Market Street and Morawelon down on the Parrog.

The Canteen – Restaurant and Takeaway and excellent for pizza.

The Royal Oak offers food all day including Indian take aways and fish & chips.

Bessie’s – the famous pub in the Gwaun Valley.  As long as you want Bass served from an enamel jug, this is the place to go.


There is something for almost everyone in and around Newport.

Newport Golf Club – a links course just two minutes from the town.

Award Winning Coasteering in Pembrokeshire, Wales – fun and challenges for the adventurous.  Our teenage guests love this!

Havard Stables – horse riding in Dinas with rides up on to the Preseli Hills.

Mike Mayberry Kayaking – Mike provides tuition, sea kayak trips around the cliffs and bays of the Pembrokeshire National Park.

Thousand Islands Expeditions – boat trips to Ramsey Island and whale and dolphin watching.

Pembrokeshire Islands Boat Trips – trips to the wild life sanctuaries of SkomerGrassholm and Skokholm islands.  Watching puffins on Skomer is an unforgettable experience.

The Welsh Wildlife Centre – located in Cilgerran, near Cardigan, this is a nature reserve well worth visiting.  Cilgerran Castle is lovely, set on the edge of a steep gorge above the River Teifi and if you enjoy castles, Pembrokeshire has plenty of them and you’ll details of them all on the Castles of Wales site.


Theatr Mwldan – a world class facility offering films, music for all tastes, plays, opera workshops etc.  You can book tickets on-line.

Small World Centre – a truly spectacular building, the brain-child of Anne Shrosbree and Bill Hamblett, puppet masters extraordinaire. Home to Bran, believed to be the largest human-powered puppet in the world!  Small World offer a cornucopia of events and activities.

Rhosygilwen – run by Glen & Brenda Peters this is yet another wonderful venue for live music.  The Neuadd y Dderwen (Oak Hall) a beautiful environment for intimate, live music.  Expect anything from Jacqui Dankworth or Eliza Carthy to a Viennese Ball.

Local artist Sarah Hope paints wonderful portraits – commission a painting as part of your holiday.


Pembrokeshire National Park – everything to do with the nation park.

Met Office Fishguard – local weather forecast.

Newport Town – the local town web site.

Visit Pembrokeshire – more things to do and places to go.

More things to do Pembrokeshire – Wales in Style site with lots of ideas.

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