The Sloop Inn, Porthgain is on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path between Fishguard and St Davids. In the early twentieth century Porthgain was an industrial port with nearby quarries and a brick works. Now there are just a few fishing boats and diving boats launched from the slipway and Porthgain is mainly popular for it's coastal location for walkers and holiday makers.
The Sloop Inn, welcomes families and is open for food everyday of the year except Christmas Day. The building itself is said to date back to the 18th century, it underwent extensive renovation in 1997, but all the main bar is still the original building.
The Sloop Inn has a Bar Menu which is available lunch and evenings 7 days a week. To see menus click here.
Specials are also available alongside the Bar Menu and change regularly.
There is nearly always fresh fish amongst the specials and in the season some of our home caught lobster available. More about fishing.
Disabled Facilities - with regret, we have been unable to provide disabled access to the
Sloop Inn, due to the physical geography of the site. In order to conform with legislation, a wheelchair ramp would have to be in excess of 15 metres long. We are very sorry for the inconvenience this might cause. Our staff at the Sloop will do all they can to assist where they are able to. However there is disabled wc facilities provided inside.
Please note that there is a local bus service - The Strumble Shuttle that operates a bus service along the coast - there are stops at all the beaches and places of interest summer timetable here.