If you’re struggling with the concept of ‘dry January’ and yearn for a cheeky half a shandy on a Friday night then maybe operating a pub out of your front room is the answer. Within the ground floor reception rooms of this cute terraced home in the heart of the popular seaside town of Fishguard there is a tiny pub packed full of period character and charming original features. If this sounds appealing and you’ve always wanted to work where you live, then maybe you could be the new landlord or landlady of the Fishguard Arms. Through the sunny yellow front door and down the quarry tiled hallway, anyone desperate for a pint after a hard day at work or needing a break from the throngs of tourists wandering around outside will find a cosy place to refresh in this unique Pembrokeshire pub. Instead of the expected squishy sofa and plasma television, the front room in this particular terraced house has a bar, optics and beer pumps. The interior has a genuine feel of an old world pub that has evolved over the years rather than being recently ‘staged’ to give the flavour of yesteryear. This is real, traditional pub… Read full this story
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