Welsh pubs reopen their outdoor areas from 26 April, so it’s time to savour the country’s fine drinks, food and views
Best beer terrace in Wales? Quite possibly. Looking out over Carmarthen Bay, the broad alfresco area sits on a lovely stretch of the Wales Coast Path between Amroth and Saundersfoot, in the south-east corner of Pembrokeshire. It has its own beach – used in rehearsals for the D-day landings – and there’s a hamlet and the stone bridge that some mythical wise man once crossed, built or praised. Food ranges from burgers and fish pie to sea bass or a large slab of gammon with pineapple.
• Open from 26 April, first come, first served, no booking, wisemansbridgeinn.co.uk