bster, wild mushroom tart and freshly landed local Crab. Italian ice creams and homemade cakes and desserts (all made at Quayside) are not to be missed and draw returning visitors from far and wide!
Why not sit on the large walled terrace with a pitcher of Pimms or Sangria and enjoy the magnificent natural beauty of the estuary where waterfowl, seals, yachts and boats all ebb and flow with the river?
The estuary is an important habitat for waterfowl and wading birds; Goldeneye, red-breasted merganser and curlew are attracted to the area, as well as shelduck, cormorants, herons and kingfishers. The banks of the river also boast some of the best deciduous woodland.
If you are feeling energetic, there are details available for a 2.8 mile circular walk from the tearoom, along the shoreline, through shaded woodland and back through the unspoilt village of Lawrenny.
A visit to Lawrenny Quayside Tearoom is definitely worth putting on your places to visit list, to experience Pembrokeshire at its best. You will find a warm and friendly service, with attention to detail in beautiful surroundings.