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A Little About Porthgain...

Porthgain is a thriving, if tiny, coastal village, made up mostly of a community of fishermen, an artist's gallery, a picturesque pub with excellent beer plus first class bar food and an excellent restaurant. The harbour is sandy-bottomed, and one of Pembrokeshire's finest beaches lies just over the headland at Traethllyfn-owned by the National Trust and enclosed by high cliffs with steps to the sand. 

A little further afield is the beautiful Whitesands beach, a favourite with surfers and the tiny historical City of St Davids, with it’s stunning Cathedral, quirky shops and pubs/restaurants that are all well worth a visit.

Porthgain offers a fabulous spot to watch glorious sunsets in the evenings and fishermen landing their catch in the morning.
Alternatively, Aberfelin Beach lies in one direction along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and Abereiddy in the other. Both of these beaches will capture your heart.

Porthgain lends itself as an ideal romantic retreat for couples or picturesque getaway for friends and families to enjoy.

Places to visit in Porthgain...

The Shed
The Shed is a Fish and Chip Bistro in the Harbour village of Porthgain, with views over the Harbour. This bistro boasts freshly caught local seafood,caught daily! The Shed makes great use of local produce enabling them to make their own beer batter and local hand-cut potatoes grown in our very own county. Please Note: Dogs are allowed in the Picnic Area only. For any dietary requirements, please contact The Shed with at least 24 hour notice and they will be able to accommodate your needs.
The Sloop
Situated in Porthgain, The Sloop Inn is a very popular destination with locals and tourists alike. With views over the harbour and access to the Coastal Path, this is the perfect place to stop for lunch if you're out sightseeing on the coast, or if you fancy some freshly caught fish! Specials are always available but do vary throughout the year depending on the local produce available. Please Note: There are disabled toilet facilities but there is no disabled access such as a ramp. Dogs are allowed in the Picnic Area only.
Traeth Llyfn Beach
An impressive sandy beach surrounded by equally impressive cliffs and headlands. When rough, there can be some pretty nasty rips at this beach making it unsuitable for swimming. Part of the beach can get cut off at high tide too, so watch out. To find it drive to either Porthgain and take the Coastal Path to the beach, or alternatively you can park at Abereiddy and take the 1 km walk along the Coast Path to Traethllyfn. Approx. 124 steep metal steps lead down to beach.
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