James John Hamilton House, 19a Hamilton St, Fishguard SA65 9HL
Call Steve Roberts on 01348 874288
OverviewJames John Hamilton House is a brand new conversion of the first free school in Fishguard, built in 1850 by James John Hamilton. The house sleeps 12 people in five private rooms. Upstairs is a large open plan lounge with exposed beams, comfy sofas and dinning table. Next to this is a self catering kitchen and a double bedroom. The three other three bedrooms, a twin, a double and a four person family room are downstairs and are all en suite. The other bedroom is in the attic, smaller than the others, it is also ensuite. There is a patio with picnic table and across the garden is Hamilton House Backpackers where rooms are available for a further 9 people. There is free parking for one car, with a town car park only 40m away. Dogs welcome. Close to the town centre with a choice of pubs. Fishguard is a natural harbour surrounded by the sweeping sands of Cardigan Bay. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path passes through the town and communities of grey seals and dolphins are regularly seen in its harbours.
Beds & Rooms:10 (+9): 1 x twin, 2 x dbl, 1 x 4 (dbl & bunk) plus 9 beds next door.
Price per night:From £20-£28 pp.
Booking:Please book by phone, email or online via our website.
Directions:Look for entrance to old school building behind Hamilton Backpackers on Hamilton Street.
Public Transport:Fishguard has excellent new train links and operates a regular ferry service to Rosslare in Ireland. For local buses in Pembrokeshire phone Richard Bros 01239 613756.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is by the sea, is in a National Park, is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Re-opening for Summer 2020 page, the IHUK signage page and the Wales Coast Path.
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Dogs are welcome at James John Hamilton House.
February 28th 2020
A stylish conversion of Fishguard’s first free school. Exposed beams and sloping roof show the immense character of the 180 year old building.
Close to the town center makes this hostel a great spot to enjoy Fishguard. A top example of what Pembrokeshire has to offer. The sweeping sands of Cardigan bay and the deep blue sea to walk beside. Dogs will be happy to know that there’s more sand than you can shake a stick at, ideal for frolicking in. The local town has lots of traditional pubs to experience and even an interesting history to get lost in while you’re there. The town was actually the site of “the last British invasion” which to date happens to be just that. The papers relating to the surrender were actually signed in the Royal Oak which still stands today.
Stay in the modern conversion of the first free school in Fishguard!
March 25th 2019
Yet our guests create a lively atmosphere, in what once was a place of study…. Well how about studying the following list of pubs to tour while you’re here? 😉
Click here to make the most of your time, celebrating in our local amenities!
The ‘capital of North Pembrokeshire’.
February 4th 2018
Fishguard is in the ideal location to explore North Pembrokeshire’s beautiful blue flag beaches!
Fishguard, known at the ‘capital of North Pembrokeshire’ is surrounded by the beautiful blue flag beaches of the North Pembrokshire coast: James John Hamilton House is the ideal base to explore these stunning famous beaches!