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Haroldston Farmhouse; Review of The Tafarn Sinc,
Rosebush; 01437 532214

Tafarn Sinc, RosebushThe Tafarn Sinc is definitely worth a visit just for being very different!   The building is made from corrugated iron (hence Tafarn Sinc or Zinc Tavern) and is the highest pub in Pembrokeshire. There is sawdust on the bar floor and loads of memorabilia hanging from walls and ceiling; very atmospheric.   

It is built next to the old Rosebush railway station.   The lines have long gone but the station has been preserved.   There is a beer garden on what would have been the platform.   On a sunny day, the views across the Preseli Hills are wonderful.   In low season, check that they are open prior to making a special journey.

The food is plain simple ‘pub grub’, which we think is a little bit over priced for what it is. However, you may feel that it is worth paying a small premium to experience a unique pub in a stunning setting (or just go for a drink!).


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).   Turn right at the island (4th exit) into Freemens Way.   At the end of Freemens Way, continue straight on at the traffic island and lights, as if going to Fishguard.   At the next island, take the fourth exit onto the B4329 towards Cardigan.   In less than 0.5 of a mile, bear right, still on the B4329.   Continue over the next island, on the B4329 for about 10 miles.   After passing through the village of Tufton, in about a mile, turn right at the crossroads onto B4313. In less than a mile, bear left to the village of Rosebush – the Tafarn Sinc is in front of you.