Lost CoinsFishguard rd
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The name comes from some Roman coins that were found in Haverfordwest in 1909 which were subsequently distributed to museums around the county but there whereabouts are now unknown. The pub is very new and has taken off like a rocket, booking is essential at for meals weekends. The atmosphere is cosy for a large pub which has been divided up into small seating areas. The staff are courteous and attentive. The pub is mainly aimed at the food trade but has a small seating area just inside the main entrance. Outside the grounds have been landscaped with a children’s playground and a covered smoking area. There is also a large car park at the rear and is a Premier Inn on the same site which is very convenient for fishguard and the ferry to Ireland. The pub Managers were unwilling to give basic information??? For What Pub