Manor Town House

Manor Town House is an elegant 4-Star, sea-view Georgian town house located in centre of Fishguard. Close to local restaurants, cafes and bus networks.
Most guest rooms are very spacious with spectacular sea views. All rooms offer flat-screen TV/DVD, fluffy white towels, crisp white bed-linen, luxury toiletries and high-speed hairdryers.

”Best Breakfast with best views” (BBC’s Nick Crane) . Cosy reception rooms, small guest bar, open fires, pretty sea-view garden terrace.
Just off Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, bike storage / hire available. Very family-friendly. 5 minutes drive from Stenaline port / railway station. Free Wifi. Late ferry guests welcome.

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Many of our spacious guest rooms have spectacular views of the sea and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Choose from one of our 6 classic, individually decorated rooms many with features such as original fireplaces and beautiful antique furniture, and relax in crisp cotton sheets and cosy duvets.

A welcome tray offering complimentary Spring Water, Fairtrade tea and coffee along with a wide selection of toiletries, dressing gowns and fluffy white towels are all on hand to ensure you feel pampered during your stay

All rooms are en-suite and have flat-screen TV’s with DVD players and WIFI access is complimentary.

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Manor Town House

Contact details

Manor Town House
11 Main Street
Fishguard
Pembrokeshire
SA65 9HG

Tel: 01348 873260
Email: enquiries@manortownhouse.com
Website: www.manortownhouse.com

Open: All year

Reviews

The address – Main Street – doesn’t do justice to the view from the rear of this Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse. The Manor’s garden terrace looks out across Fishguard Bay and the picturesque old Lower Town harbour. That’s not all: a gate at the bottom leads directly to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Perhaps that’s why Chris and Helen Sheldon, escapees from city life, bought the place a few years ago. Since then, this extremely hospitable, switched-on couple have been busy refurbishing The Manor – and, judging by feedback from contented guests, doing the right thing. The bedrooms – many with that stunning sea view – are big and airy. Downstairs, two elegant reception rooms have cosy log fires, and works by leading artists and photographers adorn the walls. Breakfasts are a special occasion – you can tuck into everything from freshly made waffles and fresh fruit to the full Welsh. The Great Little Places Guide

‘Delightful – it gets better and better.’ Praise this year from a regular visitor to this stylish, sky blue-painted B&B in the centre of the harbour town. Run by ‘friendly’ owners Helen and Chris Sheldon, the Grade II listed Georgian house has ‘wonderful views’ over the working port and across the water to Dinas Head. Guests are greeted with freshly baked Welsh cakes and bara brith, taken in front of the wood-burning stove in the lounge or, in warm weather, on a terrace facing the sea. Individually decorated with antique furniture, many of the ‘warm, accommodating’ bedrooms overlook the sea.

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