The Lobster Pot Inn has an excellent selection of real ales, locally caught fish, bar meals and restaurant - check the specials board, which changes on a daily basis. There is also a games room and garden area to keep the youngsters occupied.
"We ate here twice when we stayed in Marloes for 2 nights to visit Skomer island, as this was the only place open for dinner in the village. I was particularly impressed with their fresh dressed crab salad - it was delicious! The St Bride's mackerel was also lovely".
"The service was friendly and the food good value. We both had John Dory - which we had never tried before - and enjoyed it. Other fish dishes also looked appetising".
The Brook Inn is situated in the vilage of St Ishmaels, just on the other side of The Gann from Dale. Serving traditional pub food and offering a beer garden, pool table, dart board, outdoor and indoor games, colouring books and juke box. On tap they have Rev James (Welsh ale brewed in Cardiff) and Doom Bar (brewed in Cornwall).
"...this was a seriously nice pie, pastry case and top, well packed with proper chunks of beef in a rich ale gravy. I asked if it was home made, it wasn't but is sourced from a local supplier and made from Welsh beef.".
"Very pleasant welcoming pub. Basic menu but excellent quality locally sourced food at a good price, steak and ale pie superb!".
The Griffin Inn is situated just around the bay from Marloes Sands and only a few miles from the village of Marloes and Skomer Island. They proudly hold the Pembrokeshire Produce Mark for using local ingredients wherever possible.
"A very pleasant friendly pub with a good choice of food. Well worth a visit".
"The welcome was warm, the food was "proper" food (not the bog standard/ ping cuisine fare you get in so many places) - very tasty and a lot of local produce - the ham was TREMENDOUS and plentiful , the land lady friendly, the view over the haven (its near the slipway) was great".