How to Get Here
Fishguard is now easily reached from all directions
There are increased train services to the newly opened Fishguard & Goodwick station, Stena Line ferries runs twice daily to and from Rosslare, Ireland. As well as CityLink, there are a good spread of local bus services making access to less central spots feasible without personal transport. For extra convenience – take a taxi! And, of course, almost everyone in our rural community relies on a car to get about so we are well supported by motor services throughout the area.
From the Severn Bridge, Cardiff, Swansea and Carmarthen: just keep travelling west on the M4, then A48, then (from Carmarthen) A40 through to and past Haverfordwest where you take the well signed bypass to Fishguard.
On the outskirts of Fishguard you come to a roundabout, take the signs to town centre, and at the roundabout in the Town Square, follow the A487 towards Cardigan and Newport. Drive down the steep hill where, at the bottom, you enter Lower Town. Over the narrow bridge, follow the road round a right-angle left hand bend and, depending where you’re staying –
Nos 33, 35 & 37 Quay Street
The next turning forks to the left and takes you onto Quay Street; continue most of the way to the end and you’ll see 33, 35 and 37 on your right. You can safely park your car in front of whichever house you have booked.
No 29 Old Newport Road
Continue on the main road through the narrow gap and immediately take the right hand turn up a steep hill. No 29 is just round the next corner on your right, with a parking area for two cars on its left hand side.