"Fishguard" Wales Off The Beaten Path Tip by barryg23

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  Lower Fishguard
by barryg23
 
 

Fishguard is a small seaside town on the north Pembrokeshire coast in west Wales and is a much underrated place. Many visitors, me included, use it for transit only as it?s a popular crossing point from Rosslare in Ireland by ferry. It was only on my most recent crossing that I stopped to look around the town.

The most interesting place in the town is the Royal Oak Inn which was the site of surrender by the French-Irish invasion in 1797, the last successful invasion of Britain. Also worth a visit is Lower Fishguard with its old fashioned, picturesque houses.

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  • Updated Jan 2, 2007
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