The Watermans Arms
“…mirrors a still sky; upon the brimming water among the stones, are nine-and-fifty swans.W. B. Yeats.
With Tudor history and glorious beaches, the colourful town of Pembroke makes a fascinating place to explore, and one of its shining jewels; The Waterman’s Arms, makes a wonderful place to rest your feet a while by a gentle Mill Pond, and watch the graceful swans glide by. You’ll be given a lovely warm welcome, when you visit this captivating family pub perfectly positioned on the bank of the Mill Pond, with resplendent views of the Castle. The food is quite simply stunning: using fresh, locally sourced ingredients to create excellent quality, home-cooked pub food, with a menu that has something for everyone, there is also a wide and wonderful selection of lagers, ciders and ales both draught and bottled.
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2 The Green
Pembroke, Pembrokeshire , SA71 4NU
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