Royal Oak InnMarket Square
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The pub is famous for its place in history as in 1797, the French unsuccessfully attempted an invasion on the west coast of Wales only to be thwarted by the locals, this was the last invasion attempt on Britain. A peace treaty was signed between the British and French in the bar area. The pub has been recently re-opened after a few uncertain years, sparingly decorated with exposed stone and wooden beams but with little reference to it's historic past glory. It is a grade II listed building and is handily located at the centre of the fishing and ferry port of Fishguard.