Looking for somewhere to eat on a Sunday and found this pub. The food was excellent with the beef melting in your mouth and a crab salad to die for. We hadn't booked and it was busy but the owner laid up a table for us and fitted us in.
Sitting on the dock of the bay
Well, not quite - but Lawrenny Arms has a fabulous waterside location, perched on the bank of the Cleddau River it enjoys one of the finest locations in Pembrokeshire. A mere 10 minute stroll down from the Old Castle Terrace, Lawrenny Arms serves lunches and dinners.
Lawrenny Arms had a pontoon constructed by their experienced staff to allow thirsty mariners direct access to the pub at most states of tide. Children are welcome.
The broad sweep of the estuary runs east in two spectacular branches towards Cresswell Quay and Carew Castle. Not only is the Pub a popular spot for yachtsmen, enjoying the peace and quiet far up river from busy Milford Haven, but locals and visitors alike travel via the wooded back lanes to enjoy the tranquility of a drink and a meal at the Lawrenny Arms .
The fab people at Lawrenny Arms are also supplying our on-site bar at the Old Castle Terrace in the evenings - saves you a stroll and you can listen to the bands, drink in hand!