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Food & Shops

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Stage 3 / Attraction & Cafe:  Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum and Gardens offers much of interest to the visitor with a neo-Gothic styled Castle – delivered with the help of Daniel Robertson, the Irish Agricultural Museum and extensive landscaped gardens, stretching over 120 acres. The whole of the estate is fully accessible and the castle grounds are home to a stunning walled garden, as well as a renowned apiary since the sunny climate makes it ideal for the propagation of bees.  A good range of both hot and cold foods are offered by the Peacock Cafe within the spacious and modern visitor centre.

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Stage 6 / Aquarium & Cafe: Based at the Ocean Lab in Goodwick, the Sea Trust is a charity committed to local marine wildlife research, conservation and education.  Enjoy a visit to the Sea Môr Aquarium and then relax at the cafe or browse the gift shop.  They also offer seashore safaris, VR experiences and a marine discovery room. They can answer all your questions about the marine wildlife and offer information on local sightings and species.

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Stage 6 / Restaurant: Peppers is a family run restaurant and venue for cultural events in the heart of Fishguard. We welcome pilgrims from individual bookings through to small or large groups and can offer a uniquely tailored evening to suit all travelling on their journey on the Wexford-Pembrokeshire Pilgrim Way. http://www.peppers-hub.co.uk/

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Stage 6-7 / Cafe & Shop & Mill: A small whitewashed, woollen mill tucked away in woodland, Melin Tregwynt is the end point of Stage 6 and start of Stage 7.  When you call in you can see the huge looms weaving the colourful and stylish designs; you can enjoy the history of the old waterwheel and heritage from the 17th Century; you can buy blankets and more to take home with you and enjoy tea and welsh cakes in the cafe.  

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Stage 7 / Pub: The Ship Inn Trefin is a 240-year-old pub in the coastal village of Trefin, with a friendly atmosphere, roaring fires, valley views, local ales and freshly cooked meals.  It is actually on the official WPPW route so is a great stopping off point for lunch or supper or just for a drink along the way.  It also provides essential support for those staying at the Old School Hostel or other accommodation in the area.  Evening meal booking is recommended.  

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Stage 7 / Farm Shop: The Paddock Farm Shop offers an impressive range of local produce with the tagline ‘from our soil to your plates’.  Fresh produce will depend on the season but there is a wide selection from fruit and veg to bread to jams and chutneys.  A little bit off the trail but worth a visit if your accommodation is in the area and you have transport. 

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Stage 8-9 / Brewery: You cannot buy a more locally grown ale than at St Davids Old Farmhouse Brewery.  This craft brewery is set up on a family farm where they grow their own malting barley and the water used in every brew is drawn from the farms spring, thought to be Ffynnon Dewi.  The brew is also sweetened by honey from hives on the farm so it is a home grown experience with great environmental benefits too.  Do check their website for opening hours. 

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Stage 9 / Café & Shop:   We have a beautiful range of unique gifts all made by local artists and makers.  Our café is serving a locally sourced menu, teas and coffees and freshly made cakes.  St David founded his community on the banks of the Alun in the 6th century and his church became the centre for community, education, and commerce.  Today in the 21st century, Cathedral House seeks to carry out this tradition to be a community hub in the heart of the city remembering David’s last words to us: be joyful, keep the faith, do the little things.  https://www.stdavidscathedral.org.uk

Colourful logo for pilgrim cafe
Stage 9 / Café:  We provide breakfast, lunch, snacks, cakes, hot and cold drinks. We are open from 9.30 – 3.30/4pm, 7 days a week, 50 weeks of the year. We have a large open space café and an open outside area, some sheltered, away from the road which offers a little bit of tranquillity. We also welcome animals! Mainly dogs but we just had our first ferret! We happily re fill water bottles and have free Wi-fi on site. The tourist information centre is also next door so we have a wealth of local knowledge to offer.  Email: pembrokeshirelarder@hotmail.com / Tel: 01437723290

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