We offer self-catering accommodation in the coastal village of Broad Haven and at Milford Marina overlooking the busy Haven Waterway
Milford Marina Apartment, Smoke House Quay, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.
A modern two-bedroom, two-bathroom marina apartment overlooking the Milford Waterway. First floor balcony with spectacular views and a convenient well equipped interior. Secure Parking and lift. Easy walk to Marina shops, bars, restaurants and galleries. Central location for exploring Pembrokeshire. FREE Wi-Fi
Coastal Village Cottage, Wilson Meadow, Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire.
Beach 200 yards
An attractive two-bedroom property with small enclosed garden in a quiet residential close in the village of Broad Haven. It offers comfortable and convenient cottage accommodation for couples or families wishing to enjoy a beach holiday or as a central base for exploring the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Close to cafe, restaurant, shop and pub. Private parking. FREE Wi-fi
What to see and do
You will soon discover why Pembrokeshire is traditionally described as “the land of magic and enchantment” which perfectly captures the qualities of its outstanding coastline. From Tenby in the south to Cardigan in the north, all the 186 mile shoreline falls within the Pembrokeshire National Park. It’s an extraordinary beautiful place, with everything from towering cliffs to sheltered harbours; huge beaches to wooded creeks. It’s also a haven for wildlife. Seals swim in its clear waters; wildflowers grow on the cliffs and seabirds nest in huge numbers on the coast and on the island nature reserves of Skomer, Skokholm and Ramsey. Pembrokeshire’s stunning coastal beauty extends inland to the Preseli Hills, on open expanse of highland scattered with mysterious prehistoric sites.
Beautiful beaches – and much more!
Broad Haven is a wide Blue Flag beach with rock pools, interesting geological features facilities for surfing and boating. Along this section of coast are the beaches of Little Haven, Druidston, Nolton and the surfer’s beaches of Newgale and Whitesands. Beyond Milford Haven waterway, the Dale peninsular reaches out towards the marine reserve islands of Skomer and Skokholm. Dale village and beach is popular with sailing and wind surfing enthusiasts. The Cleddau Toll bridge allows easy access to the historic town of Pembroke and the bustling traditional resorts and sandy beaches of Tenby, Saundersfoot and the beautiful Barafundle Beach.
Away from the coast you’ll discover a host of places to visit. There are heritage sites such as St.Davids Cathedral and Pembroke Castle, Picton Castle and Gardens and a wealth of exciting attractions and activities – Oakwood Adventure Park, Folly Farm and Hetherton’s Sports to name just a few. Haverfordwest Golf club is within easy reach and there are other courses at Milford Haven, and St. Davids. The County town of Haverfordwest offers excellent shopping, a cinema and a new sports hall / leisure centre and swimming pool. Milford’s award winning Torch Theatre presents a lively programme of live shows and cinema in its main auditorium and studio theatre.
How to Get Here
Pembrokeshire is within a two-hour drive of the Severn Crossing due to improved road dual carriageway links to the M4 which terminates near Carmarthen. There are regular car ferry services to Ireland from Fishguard and the Port of Pembroke.
If you are travelling westwards on the M4 or the A40 follow the A40 dual carriageway from Carmarthen to Haverfordwest. If you are coming from the North follow the A487 from Cardigan. Branch off left after Eglwyswrw on to the B4329 to Haverfordwest. From Haverfordwest follow the direction signs for Milford Haven (or Broad Haven depending on your holiday choice).
Public transport: there are regular buses from Haverfordwest Railway Station to Broad Haven. The railway station at Milford Haven is within an easy walk of Smoke House Quay Apartments.