Food & drink in Pembrokeshire, Wales
Over many years, Pembrokeshire farmers and fishermen have built a fantastic reputation in Wales and across the UK for their high-quality produce. Working together with a new wave of independent growers, vineyards, bakers, brewers, foragers, artisans & innovative chefs, Pembrokeshire’s mouthwatering food and drink scene is a must visit for any foodie.
And this has been recognised by the many food industry awards including the prestigious Great Taste Food and Drink awards – the ‘Oscars’ of the food and drink industry.
When visiting Pembrokeshire’s restaurants, cafes, pubs and shops look out for The Pembrokeshire Produce Mark. It’s an instantly recognisable logo, which shows that the product you are buying or food you’re eating has been made or grown in Pembrokeshire.
If you’re looking for the freshest ingredients visit one of the farmer’s markets across Pembrokeshire where you can chat with the growers or makers. It’s a great place to find out more about the produce and to pick up cooking tips. While exploring along quiet lanes you can also find pop up farm gate stalls selling their surplus during the growing season.
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Tudor Merchant's House
Time travel to Tudor Tenby and discover what life was like at a 15th century merchant’s house.
Picton Castle Gardens
Pembrokeshire’s hidden gem! A 13th century castle surrounded by 60 acres of enchanting RHS partner gardens, The Welsh Owl Garden & Zoo and Maria’s courtyard restaurant.
The Angel Narberth
Stylish bar and restaurant in the heart of Narberth serving traditional food, seasonal specials and a range of Welsh spirits and real ales.
Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort
Situated in the rugged north Pembrokeshire landscape, Castell Henllys is a reconstructed Iron Age hill fort. Archaeological excavation of the site has enabled the National Park Authority to realistically reproduce life as it was over 2000 years ago.
Caldey Abbey is the home of Cistercian Monks who farm this tiny island off the coast of Tenby and make the famous Caldey Island perfume and chocolate.
An enormous oval castle, mostly surrounded by a serene mill pond. Extensively restored in Victorian times, it’s dominated by the complex gatehouse on the outside and the huge circular keep.
Just 5 miles south of Pembroke, Stackpole is a unique combination of natural and man-made landscapes.
Outside: Adventure & Film Festival
Outside is a new microfestival with slow adventures, outdoor films and reconnection, presented by TYF Adventure x Adventure Uncovered. Surfing, Coasteering, Climbing, Wild Dips, Yoga, Adventure Films, Nature Connection, Coastal Walk, Talks & Workshops. Friday 8th – Sunday 10th September 2023, St. David’s, Pembrokeshire.
Coast Restaurant Saundersfoot
Our beautiful restaurant is right on the shoreline – just metres away from the lovely golden sands of Coppet Hall. You’ll have unrivalled views of sea and sky.
Carew Castle & Tidal Mill
An enormous stone castle in a picturesque location next to the mill pond, which powers the tide mill. The castle is ruined now, but was once a powerful stronghold and a grand Elizabethan mansion.
The castle’s basic plan is almost rectangular, and consists of a sturdy battlemented curtain wall with niches and powerful corner towers, impressive gatehouse, a complex hall-range, and a huge barn.
Gentle Giants Shire Horses
Why not join us for a Shire Horse Experience Day or a Shire Horse Drawn Carriage Ride with Afternoon Tea in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.