Locality

Porthgain

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Amy
July 13, 2022
Porthgain Harbour is one of the most interesting and iconic villages in Pembrokeshire, take a walk past the big brick building and up onto the coastal path to your left for some unbelievable views, then once your done breathing in that fresh sea air pop back down to The Shed for the BEST fish and chips you'll ever eat!
Anna
June 4, 2022
Porthgain is a gorgeous little harbour and well worth a visit. There are a couple of art galleries to take a look at and some fantastic eateries - The Shed for fish and chips, and The Sloop Inn for pub classics with a view. There's a great walk you can do from Porthgain, along the Wales Coast Path to the Blue Lagoon! Approximately a 2 mile walk.
Daniel
May 22, 2022
Porthgain is a great place to start or finish a walk along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Food and refreshment can be got at the amazing Shed Bistro, and there is also a good pub, The Sloop.
Tim
May 12, 2022
Porthgain is a picturesque fishing village with a gritty industrial past - as the ruins of the eerie brick hoppers above the harbour testify. Follow the Pembrokeshire Coast Path west, and discover remains of the old granite quarrying industry, still evident in the old railway track and ruined buildings. The path continues up and round dizzying headlands, waves crashing on the rocks far below. Take time to climb down the metal stairway to the sandy cove at Traeth Llyfn before continuing on to the Blue Lagoon. Enclosed by land but for a narrow sea channel, the drowned slate quarry is a pool of intense aqua green and a playground for coast steerers, swimmers, divers and general daredevils. Just before the car park at Abereiddy Beach, take the gorselined path inland and over fields to Porthgain. At the end of the four mile hike, enjoy a crab sandwich and a pint at the Sloop Inn or a hearty meal at the Shed Bistro.
Porthgain is a picturesque fishing village with a gritty industrial past - as the ruins of the eerie brick hoppers above the harbour testify. Follow the Pembrokeshire Coast Path west, and discover remains of the old granite quarrying industry, still evident in the old railway track and ruined buildi…
Marc
May 10, 2022
Porthgain and its harbour lie just a few miles north of St David’s, within the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park‘s Conservation Area. This small coastal hamlet was once a small commercial harbour. The Post Code is SA62 5BN. here is relatively easy (though quite steep) access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path from both sides of the harbour, one of the most popular walks being along the path to Traeth Llwyn (a great beach with interesting rock formations, owned by the National Trust) and the Blue Lagoon at Abereiddy. The blue lagoon is actually a product of the unsuccessful slate quarrying venture at the beginning of the 19th Century. The slate turned out to be inferior to the North Wales product and the venture collapsed. The rock between the quarry walls were blown up and the sea rushed in to create the Blue lagoon. It has a very well-known Bistro & Wine Bar called The Shed, formerly the machine house of the adjacent brickworks and a popular pub called The Sloop Inn going since the middle of the 18th Century. The pub which was originally a very small single storey fisherman’s pub (possibly even a smugglers haunt) which has been sympathetically extended to cope with the number of customers.
Porthgain and its harbour lie just a few miles north of St David’s, within the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park‘s Conservation Area. This small coastal hamlet was once a small commercial harbour. The Post Code is SA62 5BN. here is relatively easy (though quite steep) access to the Pembrokeshire C…

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Morlais in the heart of Porthgain
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Toby Cottage Ynys Barry holiday cottages Porthgain
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Ty Gwyn - Private Cottage by the sea
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Cosy sea view apartment near Porthgain
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Cosy cottage with uninterrupted sea views
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Glowty’r Felin: Cosy cottage with log burner
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Cosy Cabin for Two People on Pembrokeshire Coast
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A beautiful cosy cottage in Pembrokeshire .
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Bwthyn-y-Melinydd: Chocolate box cottage nr coast
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Pembrokeshire Cottage - Amazing Ocean Views
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Historic cottage sea views log burner nr Porthgain
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5* fully equipped flat with sea views and garden
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Cosy Eco Barn Near the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
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Melin Llanrhian: Beautiful converted watermill
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Bwthyn for 6 persons.
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Y Storfa for 4 persons.
Staðsetning
Porthgain, Wales SA62