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The Sloop Inn, Porthgain - pub details

Sloop Inn
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Address: Porthgain, Haverfordwest, Dyfed, SA62 5BN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29141) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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other pubs nearby:

Ship Inn, Trefin (1.4 miles), Artramont Arms, Croesgoch (1.6 miles)

 

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A must visit purely for the location.

Although I totally agree with the previous comment:

"Quirky, but interesting decor, although a proliferation of laminated signs and posters rather upset the effect."


Pat_Bateman - 24 Apr 2017 16:04
Visited last week. Good location for the coastal path and Felinfoel Double Dragon and Evan Evans Warrior sampled which were ok but perhaps not exceptional. Turn over maybe a problem this time of year. Having said that the place was reasonably busy at lunch time and the food was ok. Quirky, but interesting decor, although a proliferation of laminated signs and posters rather upset the effect. Worth a visit though.
beer_monster_smudge - 8 Mar 2012 08:22
We were in Pembrokeshire recently for a long weekend and headed the 10 or so miles from Goodwick to Porthgain to visit The Sloop Inn for a Sunday Evening meal. Very quirky little place in a picturesque village just a stones throw from the harbour, to be honest on first impressions it didn't really look like a pub from the outside but once inside it was a bit of a tardis as there were lots of different areas to relax in. The only ale I can remember was Felinfoel(which I had) tho there was at least one more available. Fairly extensive range of reasonably priced meals which were fresh and tasty and the bill for 2 mains, 2 puds and 2 pints was just under 30 quid. In the height of summer I can imagine it may be a bit overrun by tourists as it is on the Coast path but we thoroughly enjoyed our October Sunday evening excursion to the Sloop. (And yes I did buy a souvenir 'Sloop' Mug!)
thegaffer - 21 Oct 2011 17:02
well kept beer no obvious signs of poles or sharks could be a very nice winter excursion
johnsullivan - 5 Oct 2010 19:02
I liked this pub.
It's in the tourist trap village of Porthgain in the Pembrokeshire National Park, so you shouldn't be surprised that it focusses on taking the tourist dollar with an extensive food menu and fairly high priced ales.
However I would certainly recommend it for a visit if you are in the area because it is a pub of some character. Internally it is in four sections with two dining areas , an area more for just having a beer in front of the bar and thena separate games room with darts and pool table off to the side. But it is one of those pubs where you could spend a fair bit of time looking at what’s on the walls and ceiling. The walls are packed with pictures and information of nearby shipwrecks and details of the Sloops that used to work the harbour including a collection of the name plates from the said Sloops. And the ceiling is festooned with all sorts of nautical memorabilia.
The harbour is less than 100 metres from the door and there is a village green to the front and a large south-facing patio for a outside beer when the sun is out.
The beers were Brains Reverend James , Felinfowl Double Dragon and GK IPA and despite the pint of Reverend James being one of the most expensive I had during my trip to Pembrokeshire, it was also one o the best.

Gann - 19 Aug 2010 20:41

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