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Pier 64 Penarth

Recomendado por 11 habitantes locales ·

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February 1, 2020
Directly opposite the flat and is a lovely restaurant to enjoy cocktails and high quality food. Sitting outside overlooking Marina in the Summer months is recommended.
January 21, 2020
Great for Steaks or drinks. The restaurant sits right on the water at Penarth Marina.
September 30, 2018
Beautiful setting on a marina. Great Food, Wine and Cocktails.
August 19, 2018
Great views on a sunny evening overlooking Penarth Marina with a good menu
May 25, 2018
Fancy restaurant over the water in Penarth Marina, perfect for a romantic night

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“Though no longer completely separated by water from the rest of Wales — it was forever joined to the mainland by the construction of a causeway and docks in the late 1800s — Barry Island has been a popular seaside destination for day-trippers since Victorian times. Today, as back then, the big draw to this pleasant seaside destination are the three long sandy beaches (two of them dog-friendly), notable for seeing the second highest tides in the world. Families flock here from far and wide for fun times splashing and swimming in the water, with some of the more savvy bathers renting one of the colorful beach huts that line the promenade, providing a little privacy, as well as serving as a sanctuary from the sun. In addition to its pleasant waterfront walks, visitors can enjoy a variety of other attractions, too, from video and game arcades and climbing walls for the kids to the interesting Barry War Museum with its authentic simulation of life in the trenches of WWI and the blitz of WWII. Also fun is the Barry Tourist Railway, which whisks travelers from the island to the mainland in vintage carriages pulled by steam locomotives. There are also plenty of dining options, too, and to work off the pounds, the island is directly connected to the superb Wales Coast Path.”
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CF64 1TT
Teléfono029 2000 0064
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