Where is the Sloop Inn Porthgain?
About The Sloop. The Sloop Inn, Porthgain is on the Pembrokeshire coast path between Fishguard and St. Davids. In the early twentieth century Porthgain was an industrial port with nearby quarries and a brick works. Now there are just a few fishing boats and diving boats launched from the slipway and Porthgain is mainly popular for it’s coastal…
Where is the sloop pub?
The Sloop is on your right as you drive into the village Set in the beautiful yet functional small fishing port and village of Porthgain this is a surprisingly modern but suitably decorated pub with a good quality and varied menu at realistic prices ( unlike some of the other public houses in the area ).
Is the Sloop Inn worth a visit?
The Sloop is definitely worth a visit. Helpful? We found the Sloop Inn by chance and were pleasantly surprised. We had a light lunch one day and returned a couple of days later for an evening meal. I think the highlight for us was the fish pie that one of our group had:…
What’s it like to go to the sloop in?
The sloop in. Doesn’t disappoint, good food and good beer in lovely setting. Shame dogs aren’t allowed in, even in the bar. That’s OK during the day with loads of outside seating.
Is the Sloop Inn open to the public?
The Sloop Inn, welcomes families and is open for food everyday of the year except Christmas day. The building itself is said to date back to the 18th century, it underwent extensive renovation in 1997, but all the main bar is still the original building.
Are there any fishing boats in Porthgain?
Now there are just a few fishing boats and diving boats launched from the slipway and Porthgain is mainly popular for it’s coastal location for walkers and holiday makers. The Sloop Inn, welcomes families and is open for food everyday of the year except Christmas day.