Time to relax at The Clock House Café Bar...
Winners of the ‘Best use of Local Produce By A Hospitality Establishment’ award, The Clock House Café Bar provides a special place to relax and unwind at the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast path.
- Fresh snacks and hot and cold lunches made with the finest local ingredients
- Delicious home-made cakes and cream teas
- Fresh Italian coffees and a selection of leaf teas
- Wide selection of speciality beers and wines
- Takeaways and packed lunches available
- Large outdoor patio area to watch the world go by
- Free Wi-Fi internet access
- Arts, crafts and jewellery on sale
- Kids meals and activities
Open Easter to Autumn - from 11.30am every day except Monday each week (Open Bank Holiday Mondays) Click here for directions >>
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More about our Café Bar...
Take time to relax and slowly unwind in the friendly atmosphere of our Mediterranean style Café/Bar. With a large outdoor patio area, families and friends can sit back and absorb the Pembrokeshire way of life. If however, you are planning a busy day on the beach; walking the coastal path or visiting nearby Skomer Island, we can put together a packed lunch or wrap up your food to take away.
Being proud winners of the “Best Use Of Local Produce By A Hospitality Establishment” Award, our menu is sourced from local Pembrokeshire produce wherever possible. We proudly display both the Pembrokeshire Produce Mark as well as a Wall Poster advertising our local suppliers to underline our trust in them. Great meals can only be produced if we have fantastic produce to work with and our Pembrokeshire suppliers never let us down! Click here to see them for yourself.
Our fully licensed Café/Bar offers delicious home-made cakes, snacks and light lunches as well as an ever-changing Daily Specials Menu utilising freshly caught, local seafood of the day. There are also mouth-watering meat and vegetarian dishes which combine the finest local ingredients to give a distinctly Mediterranean feel. Children are also catered for and always made welcome – we even provide colouring sheets and crayons to keep them amused whilst mum and dad take time to relax.
Our Café/Bar houses a permanent display of photography, original paintings and crafts made by local artists and there is always something interesting to see both inside and outside The Clock House. With Skomer Island, home to one of the largest breeding colonies of puffins and shearwaters in the UK being only 5 minutes up the road from our Café/Bar, we asked local sculptor, Sean Kehoe from Dale, to carve a puffin statue for us and this now stands proudly on our patio, giving visitors a cheeky welcome as they sit down to relax and enjoy their meal or coffee break. We ran a local competition to find a name for our new puffin and Sam Burton came up with the winning name of "Scraggamuffin The Puffin". Come along and see Scraggamuffin for yourself!
We are a non-smoking establishment.
Best Use of Local Produce By A Hospitality Establishment
Business Of The Year
Finalist Exciting New Business