Ferry InnPoppit Road
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The Ferry Inn is an award-winning, beautiful, historical pub/restaurant in the picturesque village of Saint Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire. The Ferry Inn has been a Public House since 1833, and grew up alongside the ferry service which linked Cardigan town with the village of St Dogmaels. The ferry service continued running into the 1920s. The beautiful location coupled with our contemporary decor and high quality food and drink make this the ideal place for a relaxing drink or meal. Although from a first glance at the outside of the premises, the Ferry appears to be a small country pub, first appearances are deceptive, as inside, there is a restaurant area on three levels, with large windows affording magnificent views of the Teifi River Estuary, seating 120 people. Hence we have acquired the Ferry’s nickname ‘the Tardis’! There are also balconies and large decked areas outside with a private jetty for those wishing to arrive by boat. Another public, all tide jetty and slipway is situated 100m from the pub. We are walker, cyclist, family and dog friendly, and situated at the start of the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path, one of the world's most impressive and diverse stretches of coastline. We are one mile from the dog friendly beach at Poppit Sands. Description submitted by Licensee