Ivybridge Guest House

Address: Drim Mill, Dyffryn, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA64 0JT, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Drim Mill, Dyffryn, Fishguard, is near Stena Line Limited.
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    Travel Blogs from Fishguard

    New Quay

    A travel blog entry by dakegro on Jul 08, 2015

    6 photos

    We stopped on a little seaside village for lunch called New Quay for lunch.
    today was grey and windy, so not the best day. this area is very popular with the vacation crowd.
    lots of families come to the coast for their holiday. quick lunch and some pictures, there is a nice beach down the road from the ...

    Kiln Park, Tenby 5/6 & 7 July

    A travel blog entry by susiwen on Jul 05, 2015

    ... a bottle !!) hopefully the weather will be kinder tomorrow for another explore......... Tuesday - woke up to very heavy rain. we wondered into Tenby with the intention of catching a train somewhere from the branch line, but the trains weren't plentiful and it would have taken over an hour to get to Carmarthen for example and decided not to go at £14 return.we had another shop in Tenby, got drenched but bought bait and dinner. during ...

    Exploring Wales

    A travel blog entry by gayle.mclister on Jul 03, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... but the view from our bedroom window and the restaurant was just divine. Had the most delicious dinner, tried something new for my entree 'gravlax' salmon cured in gin and beetroot. Better than any smoked salmon I've had. Add to that a couple of cosmopolitans and the night was very enjoyable. All this was followed by a spectacular sunset over the ocean at quarter past ten. Time for bed, boy view and sunset were sensational, but the noise of motors running through the ...

    To the manor born...

    A travel blog entry by goneosagain on Jun 30, 2015

    1 photo

    ... relief when he went down another lane. When we finally found the shopping centre we were grateful for a car park, a close petrol station and grocery store. It is amazing how we take for granted how easy it is at home to find what you need in your local area. The towns here are not designed for cars at all. Later in the day we visited St David's which is Wales' smallest city. It has 1600 residents and a large Cathedral built by St. David who is the patron saint of Wales. We also ...

    On the road again...

    A travel blog entry by goneosagain on Jun 29, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... We were a bit worried about finding the pub as there seemed to be very few buildings and lots of empty space. There was a field with a few caravans and a very old toilet block and nothing else. (When I looked up things to do in this area, it listed this caravan park as a great place to stay. Mmmmm isn't tourism wonderful!). When we did find the pub our view to the beach was blocked by a huge mound of small ...