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Fabulous seaside pub and restaurant perfect for a special occasion or a casual event.
There’s always a warm welcome into this traditional Welsh country pub and some nice tunes playing on the jukebox. You might get a game of darts in too or a chat...More
great pub very busy good drink selection,brilliant food really good prices,caravan park over the road,limited facilities at caravan park,pub situated on the beach great place to let your dogs run and swim,walk to saundersfoot amd along beach to amroth
I walk in the area around Wisemans Bridge (Amroth, Stepaside and Kilgetty) with my Brother quite often and we always call back at this place for a post-walk Pint. The Bar Staff are always friendly and welcoming and you are always served quickly even if...More
We visited Wiseman’s bridge having enjoyed a coastal walk from Saundersfoot. The sprawling Pub offered several areas to settle down in and had a great atmosphere. Good food offered too! The views from the Pub are amazing and this place offers a very happy resting...More
Dined here one evening. Location amazing right next to the beach. You can see the views clearly from the window.
The menu choices were great for all people with various options for young and old. Food was home cooked and very tasty. Steaks cooked to...More
Response from AdrianM649 | Reviewed this property |
If on foot, probably half an hour or less. If in a wheelchair or mobility scooter then I'm not sure as you'll probably need to leave the path along the beach and go by road. I would still expect it to be half an hour or less... More
If on foot, probably half an hour or less. If in a wheelchair or mobility scooter then I'm not sure as you'll probably need to leave the path along the beach and go by road. I would still expect it to be half an hour or less though.