The Old Point House & Cafe Mor

About The Old Point House & Cafe Mor

This will be our 3rd season at this iconic pub and we can not wait to welcome you to this fantastic location.

Open every single day, the Old Point House is on the shores of East Angle bay, perched on the very edge of Southwest Wales (Angle), down a long, broken road which gets submerged by the tide several times a month.

We have a fully stocked inside and outside bar area, seating area indoors as well as relaxed restaurant rooms too. Our restaurant menu will focus on local produce, seafood, foraged and home grown foods and of course, our passion – seaweed.

This year we won the Good Food award!

Also the iconic Cafe Môr boat is now anchored in our lovely garden area and will be serving our award winning street food, all with a seaweed twist during the school holidays with the weather allows it.

We have lots of exciting events planned for throughout the year, including live music, guest chef slots, entertainment and more.

Events planned such as St Davids Day banquet, Easter outdoor lamb roasts, paella days, clam bake days, beer making days, RNLI fundraiser days, swim clubs, Johnnys lunch, weddings, festivals, flamingos and Pembrokeshire Potato feast to name but a few. All dates can be found on in due course. See you down the Point, got a feeling this summer is going to be a hot one!

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The Old Point House is located down a long, broken road which gets submerged by the tide several times a month.

The road is maintained by the National Park and it can get very rough is those with low riding cars we recommended parking in the village and walking down (only 10 mins).

Plan for tidal lock ins and a little peace from the rest of the world.


Follow signs to Angle village.

Once entering Angle village look out for the Old Point House Sign, directing you down a long a broken road that hugs east Angle bay shoreline.

All alternatively park in the village and spend 10 minutes walking along the road.

Catch the Coastal Cruiser from Pembroke