West Hook Farm Camping

Shop, Pubs and Cafes near West Hook Farm

Marloes Village Store

The Marloes Village Store offer a wide range of groceries, a cafe & a post office. Serving breakfast, lunch, drinks and coffee. Highly rated for their delicious home made cakes and a great place to pick up a fresh out of the oven pasty and some Welsh cakes.

Runwayskiln Cafe

The Runwayskiln Cafe is just 150 metres from the National Trust car park at Marloes Sands. Expect to see plenty of locally caught, well presented fish and seafood alongside café favourites, light lunches, sandwiches, home made cakes and savouries and of course, excellent coffees and loose leaf teas.

Camille’s Pizza & Pasta

Camille's Pizza & Pasta - Delicious stone baked, rustic take away pizza and pasta dishes using organic, home grown produce wherever they can. Come and visit them in the little house at the top of their garden in Marloes for a little slice of heaven on the Pembrokeshire Coast!

The Lobster Pot Inn

The Lobster Pot in Marloes village offers a large bar, restaurant, en-suite accomodation and a roaring log fire for those chilly nights. Serving local beers and ciders and fresh steak specials, fish & chips, Sunday roasts, along with weekly specials. Ideal Skomer Island accommodation.

We had an excellent evening meal at this pub earlier this month, just a short walk from our digs. The three of us chose the bass, freshly caught locally that afternoon; jacket potatoes & salad, washed down with local beer. Good value.

The Clock House Marloes

The Clock House Guest House situated in the village of Marloes offers bed and breakfast accommodation. The Clock House Cafe serves full breakfasts, pastries, light lunch fare, beer and wine.

The Brook Inn, St Ishmaels

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.

The Griffin Inn, Dale

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.

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

View of St Brides Bay