Dyfed is largely an upland region, where agriculture, especially dairy farming and the growing of early vegetables, is important. Wildflowers, seals and seabirds shelter in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park; bordered by rugged cliffs and sandy bays, it stretches 180 miles from Tenby in the south to Cardigan on the north-western coast.
Griffin Inn Dale, Haverfordwest, Dyfed .  Tel: 01646 636227 Harbourside pub in a remote sheltered village overlooking Milford Haven which serves guest beers.
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Carew Inn Carew, Tenby, Dyfed .  Tel: 01646 651267
Jolly Sailor Burton, Dyfed .  Tel: 01646 600378 Excellent family orientated pub with a large conservatory which overlooks Milford Haven and the toll bridge from Pembroke. Good quality food and real ales with a garden hosting caged birds and a jetty out into the estuary.
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Cresselly Arms Pont-ar-Gothi Nantgaredig, Carmarthen, Dyfed .  Tel: 01267 290221
Freshwater Inn Freshwater East, Pembroke, Dyfed .  Tel: 01646 672828
Shipwright 1 Front Street, Pembroke Dock, Dyfed .  Tel: 01646 682090
St. Govans Country Inn Bosherston, Pembroke, Dyfed .  Tel: 01646 661311
The Ship Inn Newport Rd, Lower Town, Fishguard, Dyfed .  Tel: 01348 874033 Well known nautical pub with low ceilings. Used for some of the filming of Under Milk Wood. Close to the harbour and part of the delightful Gwaun Estuary.
The Sloop Inn Porthgain, Haverfordwest, Dyfed .  Tel: 01348 831449 Don't go mountain biking along the cliff path if you've spent a few hours supping the fine ales in this harbourside pub - Not unless you want to fall off your bike and nearly over a cliff or leave your pannier zips open and deposit most of your weekends' luggage all over the field !