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Pembrokeshire - Haverfordwest
Haverfordwest is the county town of Pembrokeshire, Wales, and
serves as the County's principal commercial and administrative
centre. Haverfordwest is the most populous urban area in
Pembrokeshire, with a population of 13,367 in 2001; though its
community boundaries make it the second most populous settlement in
the county, with 10,812 people.
Haverfordwest is 6 miles away from the village of Broad Haven, part
of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the United Kingdom's only
coastal national park, which attracts thousands of tourists each
Haverfordwest is twinned with the German town of Oberkirch.
Haverfordwest serves as the market town for most of the county of
Pembrokeshire. It forms an important road network hub between other
towns in Pembrokeshire such as Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock,
Fishguard and St David's, as a result of its position at the tidal
limit of the western Cleddau river. The majority of the town,
comprising the old parishes of St. Mary, St. Martin and St. Thomas,
lies on the right (west) bank of the river. On the left bank are the
suburbs of Prendergast and Cartlett. At this point, a pair of
sandstone ridges extending east-west and separated by a deep, narrow
valley, are cut through by the western Cleddau.
Country Bed & Breakfast
Little Hilton Farm
Welcome to Little Hilton Farm self-catering holiday farmhouse,
situated on a hillside overlooking St Brides Bay in Pembrokeshire,
West Wales. Close to the National Coastal Path, St Davids, Solva,
Newgale, and Broad Haven. All you need for that perfect
Built some time between 1890 and 1910 by Johnís grand-father, who
was working at that time for Colonel Harries, owner of the nearby
Hilton Estate. The farm was part of a large estate as were so many
farms in the area.
The character of Little Hilton remains throughout the house, with
the original beams of Pembrokeshire oak, and pine complimenting the
authentic quarry-stone floors. The double bedrooms retain the
original fireplaces as well as many unusual features.
The views from the farmhouse are truly spectacular in every
direction. To the west are coastal views of Newgale Beach, Nolton
Haven, and Broad Haven. Looking north the view stretches from Roch
Castle across Brawdy to the St David's headland in the distance.
Easterly the view incorporates the Plumstone range of hills, the
craggy outcrop of Treffgarne Rock, and further beyond that the
Tel: 01437 781549
Benjamin and Judith Stewart-Thomas look forward to welcoming you to
their historic home in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the
house is a mile from the coast of St. Brides Bay with its many coves
are in an elevated position surrounded by woods and farmland with
views across the bay to Skomer Island, and the Preseli Hills.
There are three bedrooms, two en suite and one with its own
bathroom. All have TV, tea and coffee facilities and hair driers.
The hall has full central heating with individual control in each
room. We now also offer a wifi connection for internet use.
Local activities Include sea and fresh water fishing, horse riding
and walks on the spectacular Coast Path. You can visit the
Cathredral City of St. Davids, Castles at Pembroke, Carew andManorbier,
Skomer Island bird sanctuary and the many local artists and craft
workshops. The Park Authority organises a variety of activities and
will be happy to offer expert advice.
country house atmosphere is completed by the croquet lawn which is
available for your use.Besides being your caring hosts, Judith finds
time to breed welsh Cobs and Ben, a retired farmer now makes and
restores furniture. If you plan to continue your holiday in Ireland
we are in easy reach of the ferries at Pembroke Dock and Fishguard.
Fronhaul is Welsh for sunny hillside. Our cottage is set in
extensive grounds with a brook making its way to our pool, a former
mill pond, now a nice spot for brown trout fishing.
Your holiday cottage apartment is an attractive and generously
proportioned, contemporary style, self-contained annex that provides
you with all the necessary mod cons, including free internet
connection and the usual luxurious interior in impeccable condition,
stylishly decorated, down to the integrated Siemens coffee machine,
microwave/hot air oven, dishwasher and washing machine fitted into
the designer kitchen. There is slate flooring throughout the
apartment with electric underfloor heating, which you control
yourself. All doors and windows have been handcrafted by the
village carpenter and are made of hardwood. The apartment's unique
design enhances the feeling of space, should the inclement weather
or mood keep you inside.
bathroom is equally well equipped and of high standard with bath,
electric shower, WC, bidet, washbasin, mirrored cabinet with shaver
point, towel heater, hot air fan, hairdryer and ample supply of
towels as well as two cosy bathrobes.
Rooms, Food and Drink
Tel: 01437 721572
John and Gwyneth welcome you to Bryn Awel; our small, comfortable,
family run B&B located in Pen-y-cwm.
Situation on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline, Bryn Awel is
located just 5 minutes walk from the coastal path, the secluded
Pen-y-cwm beach and the long, sandy beach of Newgale.
Bryn Awel has always been John's family
home, and John has happily lived in Pembrokeshire all of his life.
As such, he has a comprehensive knowledge of the walks, indigenous
wildlife, landscape and hidden gems of the surrounding area.
Gwyneth spent her childhood holidaying in St. Justinian's, 2 miles
west of St. David's. As an adult, she had such fond memories of the
coastal walks, beaches and sea life that 15 years ago she decided to
move to St. David's. After moving to Pen-y-cwm, her bungalow has
become a highly rated Holiday Home.
Driven by their passion for entertaining and Gwyneth's years of
experience in the Catering and Hospitality industry, John and
Gwyneth decided to turn Bryn Awel in to a Bed and Breakfast with
clean, comfortable rooms and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
John and Gwyneth are always available if help or advice is needed,
but respect their guest's privacy.
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The Fishguard Arms
Tel: 01437 768123
Built in the late 17th century, the Fishguard Arms is one of the
oldest buildings in Pembrokeshire. Come and visit our old world
character pub situated next to the Old Bridge. Charlie and staff
look forward to meeting you!
have three letting rooms available. Consisting of two family rooms
and one double room- all of which have stunning views of the river
Cleddau which flows just outside.
rooms are furnished to a very high standard. Facilities include new
flat screen TVís with Sky Freesat and free Wi-Fi access.
two family rooms have ensuite bathrooms with a shower and bath
available, while our double room has a dedicated bathroom just
across the hallway.
Check in times from midday to late. Checkout times to suit the
individual but must be before midday.
restaurant is situated to the rear of the pub in the older part of
the building. It houses modern tables and chairs in very pleasing
surroundings. It is characteristically split over 2 levels.
have a wide and varied menu to suit all. All food products are
locally sourced and delivered fresh on a daily basis. Our meat is
supplied from a bona fide local butcher where all the meat is
locally supplied from farms within Pembrokeshire.
Nolton Cross Caravan Park
Tel: 01437 710701
Nolton Cross Caravan Park is situated 1.5 miles inland of Nolton
Haven on the mid St Brides Bay Coast, set on level ground with
panoramic views of the Preseli Hills and surrounding open
Many safe sandy beaches within a five mile radius, Newgale Sands,
Nolton Haven, Druidstone Haven, Broad Haven and Little Haven.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is accesible at various points locally
and provides superb scenic walking.
static caravans on site, a large proportion privately owned with the
hire caravans being maintained by the park owners to a high
Facilities for 15 touring caravans and tents are provided.
are a family run Holiday park suitable for all age groups. A
central play area is situated on the main park which is accessible
to all children and visible from all areas. We have a Coarse
fishing lake within 300 meters where fishing is available at a
small charge and equipment for hire if needed. This is an ideal
place to take a picnic or just a stroll in open countryside with
panoramic views inland towards the Preseli hills.
5 Star Self Catering
collection of family homes situated in and around the sandy cove
that is Nolton Haven. All the Self Catering Cottages are within The
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and vary in size to accommodate
upto 18 guests in upto 8 bedrooms. Most have full central heating
with open coal/log fires and scenic views of the surrounding area.
Pets are welcome with some properties having enclosed child/dog
From the village of Nolton Haven the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is
easily accessible and within walking distance are the coastal
villages and beaches of Newgale, Druidstone, Broad Haven, Little
Haven, Solva and even Britainís smallest city St. Davids. Most of
the beaches mentioned have achieved the coveted blue flag status for
cleanliness making them the ideal location for the whole family.
Adventure weekends can be arranged both on and off season for
varying activities including Horse and Beach Riding, Surfing,
Coasteering, Paintball, Fishing and Diving, Whale and Dolphin sea
trips to name just a few of the many activities available locally.
Helicopter and Light aircraft pleasure flights are available from
nearby Haverfordwest airfield giving the opportunity to view this
beautiful area from the air.
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Rosemoor Country Cottages
One of our cottages
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need look no further for a holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire!
Just two miles from St. Bride's Bay in Pembrokeshire, Rosemoor's
Country Cottages and Nature Reserve offer an excellent base for a
relaxing cottage holiday. You will find Rosemoor's cottages a
perfect base to enjoy the sea, beaches, Pembrokeshire Coast Path and
islands, as well as the peace and quiet of the Welsh countryside and
the birds and other wildlife all around us.
Rosemoor offers spacious, well appointed, extremely
comfortable holiday cottages, for couples, family holidays, and
groups ranging in size up to 10 people (+ two babies in cots).
you will also find our Nature Reserve, situated on the
doorstep of your cottage, in the Pembrokeshire Coast
Rosemoor is perfect for family holidays,
with our large playground, enclosed gardens, table tennis
room, and lots of clean sandy beaches close by.
In 6 of our cottages your pet is a welcome
guest - by prior arrangement.
We are ideally suited for the wonder that
is Skomer island, just off Pembrokeshire's coast.
there is free WiFi access from our dedicated hotspot!
Bower Farm B&B
Tel: 01437 781554
Bower is a traditional Pembrokeshire farmhouse overlooking St.
Brides Bay and the offshore islands of Skomer, Ramsey and Grassholm.
We are in walking distance of Broad Haven, sandy beach and the
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Close by are superb riding
facilities, all types of sailing, windsurfing, diving, sea and fresh
water fishing and numerous golf courses. This is one of the sunniest
parts of Britain, and our mild winters make holidaying all year
round a reality.
This is a working sheep farm where we breed and train horses and
keep ornamental poultry.
This is the place you have been planning to go to ... ... Where
fantasy becomes reality.
facilities with LCD TV/DVD. Fridges. Tray with tea, chocolate, coffee, and
biscuits. Top of the range 10" deep mattresses on beds. Wireless internet facilities for visitors use. Use the
house whenever you please. Seclusion, yet walking distance of beach.
Peaceful, stunning sunset, over the sea. Clear night skies for star
gazers. Private safe parking outside the door.