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Places to stay in Fishguard
The small fishing town of Fishguard is divided into two parts, linked by a winding hill path. The main township contains the church and High Street, while Lower Fishguard is largely arranged around a picturesque harbour. The town lies just to the west of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where walkers can take in a spectacular landscape of rugged cliffs and sandy beaches.
Fishguard has long been established as a seaside resort, thanks to its situation in stunning surroundings and access to leisure activities like coarse fishing, pony trekking and walking, as well as some interesting Iron Age sites to discover.
The clifftop setting of YHA Pwll Deri makes it the ideal place to get away from it all, with the Pembrokeshire Coast Path close at hand and the beautiful town of Fishguard just a few miles away. YHA Newport is also nearby in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and offers great access to local beaches and nature reserves.
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Five Free Things To Do In Fishguard
This Neolithic dolmen, which dates back to around 3,500 BC, is one of the best-preserved in the country. It is believed to be a communal burial site for Bronze Age settlers.
The Last Invasion Tapestry
On display at Fishguard Town Hall is this marvellous tapestry, created by a local artist and inspired by the little-known invasion of Wales by France in 1797.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Go for a stroll or ride a bike through the park's amazing and varied landscapes, taking in its many interesting geological features and conservation sites.
Napoleonic Old Fort
Brush up on your local history knowledge at the remains of this 18th century fort, where attacks were led by the Black Prince during the French invasion.
West Wales Arts Centre
Visit this mill, which dates from the 18th century and is still used to create traditional Welsh woollens.