St. Govan's Country Inn
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In the neighbouring village of Bosherston enjoy a tasty meal in the traditional St Govan’s Inn - mentioned in the Good Food Guide and winner of a CAMRA ale award.
The perfect inn exploring the Bosherston Lily Ponds or Broadhaven South beach. Dog friendly and famous for their Friday night curry evenings and Sunday lunch.
Friendly staff, bustling atmosphere, good value for money, nice beer. Popular with climbers and locals. A good place to stop and eat after a invigorating walk. Look out for their curry nights.
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“15 minutes walk along the beach and up a hill. Or 5 minute drive. Great home cooked food”
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“This wildlife haven is less than a mile off the Pembrokeshire coast. Skomer is most famous for its Puffins, together with neighboring Skokholm Island it forms the largest breeding Puffin colony in Southern Britain. The puffins are on the island during the breeding season usually between April and August, but the best time to see them in large numbers is late May to end of June. Boat Trips to land on the island run regularly from Martin's Haven during spring and summer but fill up quickly and there may be a long wait. Note: Facilities are very limited on Skomer, and the walk up from the landing jetty is quite steep, so not suited to everyone.”
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“Great for local fish dishes, lovely atmosphere. Stackpole village is close to Barafundle, Broad Haven and Stack Rocks and is a great favourite locally. ”
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Point of Interest
“Scenic walking area in the woods, linking into the Bosherston Lilly ponds and Broad Haven beach. You can visit the National Trust Walled Garden for lunch, which has a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating. Stackpole has a quaint village pub which serves food lunch times and evenings. ”
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