The Manor Town House, Bed and Breakfast Fishguard

  • Manor Town House, Main Street, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire SA65 9HG, UK
  • 01348 873260
  • Single Occupancy From £70
    Double Occupancy From £80

Welcome to the Manor Town House, a guest house offering luxurious accommodation, situated on the spectacular and beautiful coast of Pembrokeshire in the west of Wales.

Spend a night, a weekend or a fortnight in the comfort of this 4-Star Georgian town house, in the centre of the historic town of Fishguard.

Many of our spacious guest rooms have spectacular views of the sea and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park all of which can be enjoyed by each of our guests from the luxury of our wonderful garden terrace.

For those who enjoy walking, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs through the woods below our garden down to the sea.

Excellent local bus services enable you to stay in the Town House and walk different sections of the path each day.

If the idea of a holiday without a car appeals to you, then this charming bed and breakfast is the perfect place to stay. Alternatively for ferry passengers, (including the late ferry), we are only a 5 minute drive from Goodwick.

Superior Sea View: £115
Junior Sea View: £90
Cosy Sea View Double: £80
Town View: £95
Single occupancy: from £70
Extra bed in room: children £15 / adults £25
Cots at no extra charge

The picturesque harbour of Lower Fishguard – setting for the 1971 film version of Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood – was once home to 50 coastal trading vessels.

Fishing was also important, and smoked herrings were exported to southern Europe. The harbour, on the estuary of the Gwaun River, is still used by small fishing boats as well as leisure craft.

Costal Adventure. Try your hand at coasteering, surfing, sea kayaking, biking and hiking at Preseli Venture.

Places to visit include Fishguard Harbour and the Gwaun Valley, Newports’ Eco Centre , Henllys Farm, Pembrokeshire Candle Centre, Wolfscastle Pottery, The Preselli Hills, Scolton Manor Country Park, Dinas Head, Carreg Wastad, St. Davids (smallest city in Britain), Llawhaden Castle, Picton Castle, Cardigan Wildlife Park, Oakwood Leisure Park and St. David’s Cathedral to name just a few.

Children Welcome | TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Highchair Available | Cot | Garden/Seating Area | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities | En-Suite | Licensed Bar

4 Star Award