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Restaurants in Pembrokeshire

So beautiful is the Pembrokeshire coast in South West Wales it is now designated the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Resort towns like Tenby and Saundersfoot lead on to smaller towns and villages along the Coastal Path with its beautiful beaches, cliff top walks and lush wildlife.

If its arts and crafts you are looking for, you'll find excellent galleries and craft centres. Restaurants are blessed with a wealth of local produce, much of which you can find yourself in the local farmers' markets.

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Cnapan - Newport
Staying or simply passing through, you can look forward to unshowy, honest food that is big on natural flavour and local loyalty. Cnapan is much valued for its family-friendly atmosphere and irrepressible hospitality
  
The Refectory at St Davids - Haverfordwest
Local and regional Welsh produce is the kitchen's staff of life
  
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Warpool Court - St. Davids
Once the home of St David's Cathedral choir school, this fine Victorian building overlooking St Brides Bay now plays a different tune
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Haverfordwest Narberth Newport
Pembroke Porthgain Saundersfoot
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