Pembroke Yeoman11 Hill Street
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This pub is at the top of town near St. Thomas Green which is also a car park. The name is taken from the Pembrokeshire Yeoman regiment who gained military distinction for scuppering the last invasion of Britain by the French in Fishguard in 1797. Maintaining original features of wood beams, a quiet pub where conversation is the main entertainment but there is also a juke box if this fails. A ten minute walks from the train and bus station. But its quicker going back down the hill! A recent major referb.