The Station Inn
Mon-Sat 7-11; Sun 12-2; 7-10.30
The Station Inn
Situated on one mile from the A477 in West Wales, this is part of the railway station and the brewery tap for Pembroke Brewery.
There is beech flooring and lots of wood and stained glass.
Newly renovated toilets will provide full disabled access to this excellent example of a local attraction.
There is also a bistro and restaurant opened in 2001.
As this is a brewery tap, they know how to serve beer here: right clarity, temperature, taste and price. Staff had knowledge of the products is good and they serve it well. Beers on at the time were: Pembroke Two Cannons Extra 3.6%, Pembroke Off The Rails 5.1%, Everards Beacon 3.8%, Pembroke Whitsend 4.0%, and Wychwood Alchemy Gold 4.4%.
The Station regularly hosts a beer festival around June time.
Food is also served here: lamb roast with 8 salads, vegetarian option and a children's menu - all good, fresh and innovative. Prices were good too.
One of the best things about the Station is the friendliness of the locals and the overall atmosphere.
Well worth a visit.
No accommodation here.
Brunel's Bistro and The Pullman Restaurant now open. Lunches from £3.50-£5, evening meals in Bistro from £4.50. A La Carte menu served in the Pullman Restaurant, good value Sunday Lunch. Freshly baked bread and home made desserts. Lamb roast every Bank Holiday Monday, THREE annual Festivals, 1st March= St. Davids festival with Welsh Beers, 7th & 8th June Summer Festival, 8th & 9th November Winter Festival. Live music Saturday nights, also Wednesdays from Easter.
I visited this pub on the recommendation of friends, and can confirm that the beer was excellent "Off the Rails" and "Old Nobby" in particular. Despite living the other side of the country, I visit this pub 2 or 3 times a year and the standard never disappoints.
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Pembroke 2 Cannons
Pembroke Off the Rails
Wychwood Alchemy Gold.
Borders Bed and Breakfast
25 Park Street
Pembrokeshire SA72 6JG
01646 689 089
The Old Dockyard, Pembroke
Pembrokeshire. SA72 6YH
Single: £30, Double: £48