Wisemans bridge Inn

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Wisemans Bridge Inn

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Stay for a drink, stay all week...

The setting for this traditional pub couldn't be better. Enjoy a meal or even just a quiet drink whilst taking in the superb sweeping views of Carmarthen Bay, either from our dining room or from our garden that extends right down to the beach.

On a lazy summer's day you just won't want to leave!

A range of real ales are on offer, together with bar snacks and evening meals.

The inn is a favourite with families, and children get the same warm welcome for which the inn has become famed.

The Pub is open 365 days a year, 7 days a week (even Christmas Day 11am - 2pm for drinks only) and we have free car parking.

We are dog friendly, so please feel free to bring your four-legged friends along!


Bookings

Larger parties and functions can be catered for.

Please call 01834 813236

 
 

How the pub has changed over the years...

 

 

 

RESTAURANT

 

 

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Restaurant

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Wisemans Bridge restaurant has uninterupted views of Carmarthen Bay.  The main restaurant has seating for seventy people. Not only do we cater for Weddings and Parties but also for Business Meetings and Conferences.

 Photo by Simon West.

Photo by Simon West.

 
 

Book a table

Make a booking for a meal, one, two or a small party of people.

Call us:  01834 813246

or, send us further details about your booking, click the button below to send us a message.

Book a function

Make a booking for a celebration or wedding.

Call us in office hours, 9am - 5pm: 01834 813236

or, send us further details about your booking, click the button below to send us a message.

Book a business function

Make a booking for a business function. 

Call us in office hours, 9am - 5pm: 01834 813236

or, send us further details about your booking, click the button below to send us a message.

 
 

History: D-Day Landings and the ghostly tunnels

Preparations for D-Day landings were well underway, and our very own beaches of Wisemans Bridge and Saundersfoot were considered to be comparable to those in Northern France. Operation Jantzen was put into practice here in August 1943, where full scale invasion landing practices took place, involving up to 100,000 men, DUKW’s, other landing craft, and troopships disgorging their loads onto the sands of the Saundersfoot bay.

The then Wisemans Bridge Inn publican, John Henry Mathias, or ‘Jack the Bridge’ as he was affectionately known, was appointed a Coastguard because of his local knowledge, and although the whole area had been sealed off for security reasons and a 10pm curfew imposed, Jack was exempt from this and wandered at will. Officially, the troops were not allowed to drink, but for 1s 6d they had all they could eat – ham, eggs, fried bread and apple tart. Jack entertained them with tales of a ghostly monk who roamed the tunnels between Saundersfoot and Wisemans Bridge.

Read more at BBC.co.uk

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Wisemans bridge - community attractions

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Wisemans Bridge - Tunnel

Wisemans bridge rowing club

Wisemans bridge tunnels to coppet Hall and saundersfoot

 
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