William Owen6 Quay Street
Pembrokeshire's first and so far only Wetherspoon pub occupies a handsome 19th-century building, formerly a shop, hotel & restaurant, now with a spacious extension to the rear. Beer from one of the county's many breweries is often available. The pub offers the chain's customary menus, promotional deals and policies (with 8am opening for hot drinks and breakfast), 9am for alcohol. This year's local cider pub of the year. Reputedly built in 1856 for Joseph Thomas a corn and manure merchant by local architect William Owen. It stands on the site of a former dockside slum area. It also has been a saddlers and more recently Wilton House Hotel. Extensively extended to the rear allowing a large seating and eating area. There is a large skylight allowing lots or natural light and wood panelling giving this JDW a cosy feel. Outside there is a patio Terrace area for use in the summer it is also used has a smoking area. There is a access to the old quay which once the main trading centre with sailing ships trading between Bristol, Cork, and West coast of Wales.