Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Haverfordwest
The Victoria Inn Brewhouse
“And the sunlight clasps the earth, and the moon beams kiss the sea…” P. B. Shelley.
With magnificent views of the blue sea and sky of St. Brides Bay, the Victoria Inn Brewhouse B&B, which opened in 2017, is situated in the designated National Trail: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in West Wales. Boasting four en-suite rooms each sleeping 2 guests, all rooms are uniquely named after the Pembrokeshire islands which dot the coast; Skomer, Grassholm, Ramsey & Stokholm, and are well appointed, modern with bright and fresh furnishings. This lovely jewel is spacious and relaxing, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, serving excellent food and drink, as you would expect from an actual working microbrewery, pub and restaurant. A continental-style-breakfast comes in a delightful basket, which is full of yummy delights, and delivered to your door.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
The 18th Century Victoria Inn Brewhouse, microbrewery pub, restaurant and B&B, is a mere 2 miles from the shimmering gold sands of Newgale beach, in the small village of Roch. Sequestered in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park: popular with hikers, the Victoria Inn serves fresh and fabulous homemade, locally sourced food, served piping hot to your table with a warm and friendly smile. Serving a large selection of pub classics, including cod & chips cooked in the pub's own brewed Fine & Dandy ale, there’s changing specials of the day on the chalkboard and a great kids menu, full of tempting bites. The Victoria Inn is now a brewhouse, serving its own “NewgAle”, “Fine & Dandy” plus many more excellent brews.
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