The Rose and Crown, is located in the beautiful, Goodwick and Fishguard area, in Pembrokshie. 

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01348 873 155

Goodwick Square, Goodwick, Pembrokshire, Wales, SA64 0BP



Mon–Thur 11.00–24.00
Fri–Sat  11.00–24.30

Lunch 11.00-16.00/ Dinner 18.00-21.30

Sun  11.00–24.00

Sunday Lunch 12.00-16.00


About Us

The Rose & Crown is a restaurant, bar, coffee house and 5 bedroom B&B near Fishguard, Pembrokshire. We use locally sourced  & seasonal produce. Come and warm up after a walk along Pembrokshire's stunning coastal walks! Join us for a Coffee and Cake, Tapas Tuesdays, Sunday Roasts, and seasonal events. In a bit of a hurry? No worries, call ahead and order your takeaway meal and hot drinks! Whatever the occasion, we would love for you to join us. 

The Area


"Known across the world for its legendary coastal scenery, protected by Britain’s only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire is the perfect holiday destination: golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife that are just as beautiful in summer was they are in winter. In this our Year of Legends 2017 we celebrate our epic past, present and future. Pembrokeshire’s landscape can tell stories of myths and legends dating back thousands of years. But we’re also celebrating present legends and it doesn’t get more legendary than our world renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path: the 186 mile coastal path that leads you around our coastline or coasteering, the adventure sport that was created in Pembrokeshire. Pembrokeshire is nurturing future legends too. The men and women whose arts and crafts are sold across the world and those who are champions, protecting our landscape and our lives. Our talented chefs creating epic food with the finest local produce. This year we’re creating something legendary. Want to come and join us? Families have no end of choice; adventure parks, castles, boat trips and family festivals, they are just some of the attractions and events that will create lasting memories that are talked about for years. And when the fresh air gets the better of you and it’s time to rest your head, you can retire to your accommodation of choice; a seaside hotel, cosy country cottage or something more unusual, knowing that in the morning you can do it all again. Pembrokeshire is a great place to enjoy here and now. Legendary adventures and epic experiences await whether it’s a family holiday, active break, day out or short break." - Visit Pembrokshire


"Fishguard comprises of the old harbour of Lower Town, the main town of Fishguard, perched on the cliff top. Lower Town Fishguard is a particularly picturesque village with its cluster of quayside cottages. Fishguard has good transport links locally. The Strumble Shuttle and the Poppit Rocket coastal bus services link the town with St Davids and Cardigan. Fishguard has a railway station and is one of the major ferry crossing points to Ireland. Fishguard Bay is a superb location to explore by kayak. Several operators use the calm water of the bay for kayaking so to do local activity centres. Within the Town Hall is the 100ft long Last Invasion Tapestry, telling a humorous and entertaining story in a Bayeux tapestry style of the last invasion of mainland Britain. Lower town Fishguard was a locally important trading port importing limestone and coal and exporting slate, woollen goods sand food. It also had a small fishing fleet catching pilchards and herring. Fishguard and Goodwick was the location in 1797 for the last invasion of Britain when the French landed at Carreg Wasted Point, just around the corner from Fishguard.  Britain and France had been at war again since 1793 and on February 22nd 1797, fourteen hundred French soldiers landed in West Wales.  The French surrendered two days later thanks to the heroic actions of people like Jemima Nicholas, a local cobbler, who single-handedly captured 12 French soldiers, the invasion soon failed. The peace treaty was signed in the Royal Oak pub on Market Square. In more recent times Fishguard and Goodwick was the location for the filming of Moby Dick with Gregory Peck and Lower Town was the location for Dylan Thomas's most famous play, Under Milk Wood starring Richard Burton." -  Visit Pembrokshire