It is a pleasant stroll from fishguard to the scene of these historic events.
The rumour went round the ship that the captain would not call at fishguard in such weather.
He pointed towards the steep road which leads from Goodwick to fishguard.
“I can hide you at Brestgarn if you want to come, but better go on to fishguard,” said Llewelyn.
Or rather, we stop off fishguard, and tenders come out to meet us and to take off mail and passengers.
Descending the hill, we work our way along winding sandy lanes, and return to St. Davids by the coast road coming from fishguard.
So there'll be no time for her to be arrested and bailed out either at Liverpool or fishguard.
These were a part of the troops who in 1797 landed at fishguard to invade England through Wales.
After destroying some merchantmen in the Bristol channel, they anchored in fishguard bay.
The importance of fishguard is due to the local fisheries and the excellence of its harbour, and its early history is obscure.