Over many years, Pembrokeshire has gained a reputation as a proud producer of quality foods, thanks to its abundant natural resources. Surrounded by sea, and home to numerous grazing cows, families can look forward to feasting on the freshest seafood and indulgent local ice cream. Thanks to its miles of coastal footpaths, most pubs and cafes are very welcoming to sandy shoes, dogs and children!
BabyBreaks has researched the best child-friendly restaurants in Pembrokeshire, so you can plan your mealtimes with ease.
Cwtch (Welsh for cuddle) is a warm and welcoming restaurant in popular St Davids, owned by a husband and wife team passionate about local produce. Welsh slate floors, chalkboard menus and bookshelves stacked with interesting reads, this cosy environment is a great option for a laid back lunch with the kids. The kids menu features dishes such as fish pie and macaroni cheese, while adults can enjoy Welsh lamb and fillet of monkfish.
Phone: 01437 720491
2. Quayside Lawrenny Tearoom
An award winning tearoom on the water’s edge of estuary town Lawrenny, this serene spot is a lovely place for a light bite, where you can watch the boats bobbing on the water. Enjoy simple sandwiches, fresh tarts, homemade cakes and local beer. The outside seating is perfect for active kids as you won’t need to worry about asking them to sit still the whole time!
Please note Quayside Lawrenny Tearoom is closed during winter.
Phone: 01646 651574
3. Cafe Môr
Multi-award winning Cafe Môr is a mobile beach cafe serving outstanding food, and is entirely solar powered – one of only two solar powered mobile food outlets in the UK. The owner is obsessive about local produce, and elevates the usual beachside fare to create sophisticated dishes like Pembrokeshire Plaice with Fennel, Orange and Almond Salad.
Everything is ethically sourced, and the seafood the freshest you could imagine (Môr means sea in Welsh) – they are famous for their lobster rolls, so make sure you try one.
Located on Freshwater West Beach, famous as a surfer’s haven, Cafe Môr does get busy, but trust us, the queue will be worth it.
Please note: Cafe Môr is only open from Easter until the end of September.
Phone: 07422 535345
4. The Stackpole Inn
This B&B and restaurant is just a short walk from the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, making it a popular pitstop with walkers. The pretty, historic pub draws inspiration from the surrounding waters and countryside to create its seasonally changing menus. The front garden is a lovely spot to enjoy your meal in the summer, where the kids can run around to their heart’s content.
The Stackpole Inn has won numerous awards including ‘Best in the County’ at The National Pub and Bar Awards for 2017.
Phone: 01646 672324
Fancy finding an authentic Spanish deli in the heart of West Wales? Ultracomida has come to your rescue! This small chain of cafes and delis specialises in the highest quality Spanish goods, from manchego to Rioja. There is so much amazing produce to choose from, so why not pick a few bits for a picnic to enjoy on the beach?
Address: 7 High St, Narberth SA67 7AR
Phone: 01834 861491
Visiting Pembrokeshire with children is a great opportunity for a Family Break. The area features great kids-friendly restaurants, exciting outdoor activities, indoor attractions for young children and last but not least a great selection of accommodations that will satisfy parents with a large family or with their toddlers.
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