Solva is pretty little village with an ancient harbour
Thomas Con 05/06/2017 15:37
Solva is ideal for a few hours visit with a nice harbour, colourful main street and very reasonable restaurants. Car parking can be paid for by the hour and the toilets are well kept and free.
Beautiful little town and harbour .Quirky shops and cafes .Coastal path with great views
SharonVictoriaon 03/06/2017 21:09
Had a lovely day walking with the dog around and above the town on the coastal path, I had olives and wine at the Quirky Paul Raaul gallery a little chapel converted into a gallery and cafe. The Cuban owner paints and makes music .Dog friendly and vege friendly . Lovely big gift shop nearby ( not cheap but lovely things) called Window on Wales. Weird Fish and Sea Salt clothes plus jewellery pottery and gifts.Found a really good dog friendly pub ( the harbour pub is too) but preferred this pub called The ship around the corner. Curry and a pint for just under ten pound and staff are enthusiastic and helpful .it was already busy at about 5 pm Good music and character ,
Beautiful little village
Kingsmacon 02/06/2017 11:07
Easy parking (have to pay) by the harbour with pubs and surprisingly large craft/tourist shop. Certainly worth walking towards the sea for the view and, best of all, walking up the coast path for about a mile to get fantastic views back to the village from high up.
A little Gem
Lorraine Ron 26/05/2017 11:17
A great b and b close to the little harbour at Solva. We were busy attending a wedding but really enjoyed the wonderful hospitality of the owners who really pull the stops out for guests x Amazing breakfasts along with very comfortable accommodation xxxx
Beverly Aon 21/05/2017 22:55
Lovely location for a walk along the coast, nice to sit outside Cafe Thirty Five or the Harbour Inn on a warm sunny day. Nice gift shop Window of Wales, huge shop, art gallery at the Lavender Cafe.
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