Keatings Fishguard bed and breakfast - a warm welcome to historic Fishguard

We offer short and long stay bed and breakfast accommodation conveniently situated 10 mins walk from the coastal path and 500 metres from the rail and ferry services here in Fishguard. Whether leaving or arriving in mainland Britain, ours is the perfect place to rest before continuing your journey. We welcome well behaved dogs.

*New* - Wifi connection in all rooms!

Fishguard (Welsh: Abergwaun), twinned with Loctudy (Breton: Loktudi) in Brittany saw the surrender following the last attempt to invade mainland Britain. The treaty was signed in 1797 at the ancient Royal Oak public house situated in upper Fishguard.

The whole story is told by the Fishguard Tapestry, created for the 200th anniversary as a reference to the Bayeux Tapestry and which is on display in a hall near the town centre.

Other notable areas of interest include Cwm Harbour in lower Fishguard, the setting for the 1972 film production of Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood starring Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor and Peter O'Toole amongst others.

Fishguard can boast fine buildings of architectural interest. There are many places to eat and enjoy a drink offering a wide choice of menu and there are art galleries and other places to walk and explore.

Fishguard is an excellent place to begin your exploration of the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, its coastline and delightful towns and villages.

Fishguard Bed & Breakfast
Pembrokeshire Coast Pic
sea views
Goodwick Pier

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