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Haroldston Farmhouse; Review of The Ferry Inn,
Pembroke Ferry; 01646 682947

The Ferry Inn Terrace

The Ferry is a most attractive pub.   It has 1 ‘L’ shaped lounge bar with lots of memorabilia around the walls.   There is a nice riverside terrace, opposite to the pub, but as it is on a north facing bank it does not get much sun.   The pub changed hands in late 2010 and the new owners seem to be very friendly and customer focused.  Up to date feedback would be appreciated.


Directions; Turn left out of the end of the drive.   Go to the end of St Issells Avenue and turn right at the Tee junction.   Continue under the railway bridge, to the traffic island (Macdonalds is on your left).   Take the first exit onto the A4076 towards Milford Haven.   After passing through the village of Johnston, turn left onto the A477 towards Pembroke Dock.   Follow the signs for Pembroke over 2 islands and over the Westfield Pill Bridge (you will see Neyland Marina to your right from the bridge).   In half a mile, you will reach the larger Cleddau toll bridge (75p per crossing).   After the toll booths, immediately turn right at the traffic island. The Ferry is at the end of this small lane.   There is parking either directly opposite to the pub or further up the lane, underneath the bridge.