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Eating out in Solva

The Cambrian Inn

At the Haverfordwest end of this village, on a sharp bend, is a lovely 16th century pub and restaurant. Food is generous, service is excellent and the beer is well kept, and it's good value for money.

The menu is varied, and includes locally caught seafood.

On wet days, or if you have a disability, you will appreciate being able to park right beside the entrance.

Tables are in the bar, a large formal restaurant or outdoors.

Refurbished in 2008, the Cambrian has developed its restaurant facilities even further, and a new, comfortable seating area has been added for those waiting for a table..

Accommodation is available which has been granted four stars by the Welsh Tourist Board.

Note that the Cambrian Inn has new owners from the end of 2011.

The Cambrian Inn at Solva, Pembrokeshire

The Old Printing House

Near Solva harbour, this restaurant offers tea and coffee in pleasant surroundings, plus bed and breakfast accommodation.


Yacht Club

Walk to the sea end of the harbour and you will come across some very solid stone buildings. The two-storey yacht club has a small cafe upstairs serving tea/coffee, soft drinks, cakes and snacks. This is the perfect place to warm up after a bracing walk or sea trip in the cooler months. On warmer days the balcony affords a good view.

The small cafe at Solva Yacht Club

More about the village of Solva and local boat trips

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