Stopped overnight here on our way to Ireland via the Stenaline ferry with the wife and kids. We were in the family room (four poster bed and a set of bunks) and we were very pleased with it. We are not "B&B snobs" and understand that not everywhere we stay has to have a boutique feeling or the latest fashion designs. Breakfast was superb. Several options. Plenty of it. The owners were very welcoming and helped us choose a local restaurant for our evening meal. Price was definitely in our expected range and was certainly value-for-money.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Tara Hotel and Restaurant, owned by Steve and Pam Fensome, exudes a very homely and friendly atmosphere where guests are made to feel welcome whether their stay is for just one day or for longer. All are treated to the same warm hospitality. The Tara is close to the Stena ferry port (gateway to southern Ireland), the town centre and the Pembrokeshire National Coast Path. The north Pembrokeshire coastline and surrounding countryside offers some outstanding scenery and is ideal for walking holidays.Our guest rooms are all en-suite and have colour television and tea and coffee making facilities. We have one single room, two double rooms, one twin room, a triple and two family rooms, the largest of which has commanding views over the bay and ferry port and will accommodate up to 4 people. There is a private car park at the rear. The open plan restaurant, bar and lounge area has been designed to create a delightful 'homely' atmosphere. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tara Hotel Fishguard, Wales