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.

Using Sat Nav to find us?

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).

Out and About in Pembrokeshire

From The Harp at Letterston in Pembrokeshire West Wales you are in easy reach of the Pembrokeshire Coast National park which draws walkers, surfers, holiday makers and bird watchers all year round to explore this beautiful coast line. With its glorious beaches, ancient castles, family tourist attractions, small galleries, delightful coastal towns and villages and St Davids, the smallest cathedral city in the UK, Pembrokeshire is the perfect all year round holiday destination.

Walking in Pembrokeshire

Many walkers on their way to walk parts of The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, stop off at The Harp at Letterston for lunch or dinner. The path extends for 186 miles along some of the most stunning coastal scenery in Britain.

Explore the glorious beaches in north and south Pembrokeshire

Whatever kind of coast you're looking for, you'll find it in Pembrokeshire. From secluded harbours like Porthgain north of St Davids to popular bucket and spade beaches such as Tenby to long stretches of coast with great surf like Newgale, to glorious sandy beaches like Barafundel. Don't forget to visit the Harp at Letterston to keep you well fed as you explore the wonderful coast of Pembrokeshire.

On your way to Ireland?

We are just 6 miles from the ferry port at Fishguard and so make an ideal stop for lunch or dinner if you are heading to or from Ireland. Why not enjoy proper home cooked restaurant quality pub food before or after your sea crossing?

Family Attractions and Things to Do

Scolton Museum and Visitor Centre, Spittal

Looking for family tourist attractions? There is plenty on offer in Pembrokeshire. Wales' largest theme park, Oakwood, is 10 miles away as the crow flies. With rides for tiny tots to daredevils of all ages, this is the place for thrills galore.

Just a few miles from The Harp, Scolton Museum Visitor Centre is Pembrokeshire's County Museum. Learn about the history of the area from the indoor displays and then enjoy the Nature Trails through the surrounding woodland. There is a focus on green issues throughout. Picnic areas and play areas makes this especially suitable for young families.

Folly Farm is ideal for families with children of all ages. The under cover fun fair is perfect for rainy days. Discover exotic breeds at the Folly Farm Zoo.

Places of Interest

The purple stoned cathedral in St Davids (the smallest city in the UK), is worth a visit. Nearby is the medieval ruin of St Davids Bishops Palace. The city of St Davids itself has wonderful galleries, small shops and is just a few miles from White Sands - a magnet for surfers.

Wonderful woven Welsh textiles

At Melin Tregwynt at Castle Morris near Haverfordwest, you'll find a new spirit in Welsh design with exclusive blankets, throws and cushions, furniture, accessories and clothing that combine authentic Welsh tradition with innovative and contemporary design. Enjoy a browse in their wonderful shop in the Mill.

Ancient Fort in the Pembrokeshire National Park

Castell Henllys is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and one of many prehistoric promontory forts in the National Park dating to around 600BC. It is signposted off the A487 between Newport and Cardigan.

Bro Meigan Gardens

Bro Meigan Gardens overlooks the Preseli Hills and draws gardeners, artists, photographers, birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts. Enjoy afternoon tea in the 300 year old barn and explore the 6.5 acres of gardens.

Pembroke Castle

Pembroke Castle a little further afield, is one of several impressive castles in Pembrokeshire. It is one of the largest in Wales. It boasts a massive round keep built soon after 1200 AD.

Car free days in Pembrokeshire

Here in Pembrokeshire there are excellent facilities for visitors wanting to leave the car behind, either for a day or for the whole holiday. The nearest railway station to The Harp at Letterston is Fishguard Harbour Train Station just 6 miles away. Letterston is well served by buses. In the Summer there are special coastal bus services for walkers. Find out all getting about without the car at (Click Here)

Whether you're exploring Pembrokeshire for a day or a week, we'd love to see you at The Harp at Letterston for lunch or dinner. Find us here [link to map/contact details].

The Harp at Letterston in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales is an award winning pub and restaurant offering lunch and dinner for residents and visitors to Pembrokeshire.

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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