The address - Main Street – doesn’t do justice to the view from the rear of this Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse. The Manor’s garden terrace looks out across Fishguard Bay and the picturesque old Lower Town harbour.
That’s not all: a gate at the bottom leads directly to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Perhaps that’s why Chris and Helen Sheldon, escapees from city life, bought the place a few years ago. Since then, this extremely hospitable, switched-on couple have been busy refurbishing The Manor - and, judging by feedback from contented guests, doing the right thing. The bedrooms - many with that stunning sea view - are big and airy.
Downstairs, two elegant reception rooms have cosy log fires, and works by leading artists and photographers adorn the walls. Breakfasts are a special occasion – you can tuck into everything from freshly made waffles and fresh fruit to the full Welsh.
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