Jameston is located in the heart of Britain’s only Coastal National Park. It has a selection of beautiful beaches, some just a couple of miles away, such as Freshwater East with its golden sands and the beautiful Manorbier, popular with families and surfers alike.
With two pub restaurants and a village shop within walking distance, Jameston is a great location base for your Pembrokeshire adventure.
A short drive will take you to the seaside towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot, along with historic Pembroke with its magnificent Norman Castle and large mill pond. A fab spot to feed the ducks and swans.
Book a table at Tudor Lodge, a striking dog friendly pub which serves traditional pub fayre with a modern twist. In winter relax in front of a real fire in one of the two bars, in summer cool off in the large beer garden.
A 16th Century Inn, The Swanlake Inn is a traditional pub serving good food seven days a week. They have two bar areas both home to cosy coal fires, plus a dining room complete with old-fashioned walls and even a bread oven! They have a games room with pool table, a dart board, games machines, televisions and a jukebox. They offer karaoke nights, Sunday lunches and even open early on Wednesday mornings for breakfast, to tie in with the local market.