Ivybridge Guesthouse

Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Goodwick, Fishguard

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Ivybridge Guesthouse

Eating OutAccommodation

A warm welcome awaits you at Ivybridge, we are a family run guest house set in the heart of Pembrokeshire.

We offer comfortable accommodation all year round, and can accommodate early or late arrivals, large parties and groups are always welcome, we are also pet friendly.

All our 14 bedrooms are en-suite and offer free view televisions & hot drinks facilities.

Our room range from singles, doubles, twins, triples,& family rooms. We also have a disabled accessed room available.

Ivybridge is set in the village of Goodwick close to the ferry port & the town of Fishguard.

Which is the site of the French invasion of Great Britain which took place in 1797 where the treaty was signed & also where Moby Dick was filmed.

What ever you have in mind for your break away Pembrokeshire has a lot to offer, walk the coastal paths, spend the day on our beaches or visit our historic towns & castles.

There's a diverse range of activities available from craft centers, horse riding to water sport, outdoor pursuits, golf. Fishing etc

Also we are near to Oakwood, Manor park, Heatherton & many more family attractions.


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Contact Us

Drim Mill, Dyffryn ,
Goodwick, Fishguard, SA64 0JT

01348 875366



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Nearby Attractions

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Ocean Lab Aquarium

Ocean Lab Aquarium, located in the charming little town of Goodwick, just north of Fishguard on the west coast of Wales,

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Melin Tregwynt

Shining bright like a pearl amidst a hidden, faraway valley and close by the panoramic Pembrokeshire coast path in West Wales: Melin Tregwynt keeps the tradition of Welsh weaving alive and thriving. A popular destination for visitors from all

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Walking in Pembrokeshire

The north coast of Pembrokeshire takes quite a battering from storms every year. It is part of life on the exposed coast. One storm, of 1859, is sometimes credited with