The Harp at Letterston

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Where are we?

Situated on the A40 between Fishguard and Haverfordwest, We're easy to find and have plenty of parking.

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Here's the postcode:
SA62 5UA

Is disabled access an issue for you?

We have full disabled access throughout the pub and restaurant making it easy for anyone with limited mobility to eat here at The Harp at Letterston.

Guide dogs are welcome inside the pub (other dogs can eat with you in the pub garden on sunny days).

The History of the Harp Inn, Letterston

History of The Harp Inn LetterstonThe Harp at Letterston was built around the sixteenth century as a small working farm and remained as such until 1972.During all those years it was also a public house and for many years an Inn.

The area served was very spread out and the actual village would have been small in numbers of people living there. The Harp was used as the site of a weekly market and for many years the royal mail was distributed to places like Croesgoch, many miles from Letterston.

History of The Harp Inn LetterstonThe building is built from local stone and slate which i is believed to have come from Sealyham, home of the famous Sealyham terrier. It is incredible to see the size of some of the major stones in the building and to wonder how they were moved, without the horse they never would have been. The Harp has only had five landlords in the past 140 years. The property was owned by a local family brewing company, Georges Brewery and was purchased from them in 1981 by the present owners.

The photos show the aerial view of the property as it was in 1980 and 2000 which show the dramatic changes that have happened.It has now been altered again to incorporate the six new en-suite bedrooms having acquired land to the rear and side to allow for an increase in the size of the car park and to move deliveries away from the front of the business, altogether a better solution to the logistics of the property.


The Harp at Letterston Restaurant in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales, not a gastro pub, but a family run pub and restaurant offering bar meals and la carte dining in beautiful Pembrokeshire, Wales.
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