Roch is a small village which is sat just under two miles inland from Newgale. It is a well-equipped little area, hosting a well-stocked shop, popular fish & chip shop (seasonal) and pub.
It's 12th-Century restored Norman castle dominates the Pembrokeshire skyline for 20 miles and is surrounded by tiny cottages and a lovely Church.
Roch’s great location makes it easy for reaching the likes of Newgale’s blue flag beach - a hot spot for surfing; the County town of Haverfordwest and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Don’t miss out on a meal the village pub, The Victoria Inn, a wonderfully welcoming pub which offers real ales and good home cooked food. It has a gorgeous log burning fire for those chillier evenings and a fabulous beer garden for warm summer days.
The Village Hall hosts something different nearly each night and there is a multi-use games area to play tennis, football or volley ball.
Victoria Inn is located on the edge of the village of Roch, just 1 mile from the golden sands of Newgale Beach. With a great view of the bay.
They serving home-made food and real ales and have special themed nights such as Senior Citizen Lunch Specials on Thursdays, Curry night on Fridays and not forgetting the traditional Sunday roast which is served between 12-3pm.
Please Note: Lunch served everyday expect Monday & Tuesday and every evenings, except Sunday & Monday.
Sunday Lunch, booking is advisable.