A beautifully-presented second floor apartment on this wonderful South Wales coast overlooking the marina in Milford Haven.
An ideal location for a relaxing break where guests can enjoy watching the array of boats bobbing on the water at the marina as well as browsing the quirky little shops and sampling the eating places which create a charming atmosphere where a morning coffee, an evening drink or a full meal will be thoroughly enjoyed in these perfect surroundings.
With an open plan living area you can all enjoy preparing and eating family meals together, and spend time relaxing, watching and listening to the chinking of the sails on the array of boats in the marina either from the sitting room or on the small balcony.
Two charming bedrooms and a bathroom are next to the living area, and a mezzanine double bedroom, with an en-suite bathroom overlooks the sitting area but also has some privacy with a freestanding screen.
Strolling around this pretty marina is a joy any time of the year, watching the boats come and go, enjoying the shops and eating places on offer and not forgetting to check out the award-winning Torch Theatre, which is just a short distance away.
Delightful local beaches and the famous coastal path beckon, and there are many other Pembrokeshire attractions to visit, such as St David’s, the smallest city in the UK with its magnificent cathedral, majestic castles and theme parks, are all found nearby.
After superb days out, returning to this delightful apartment to relax and enjoy a good night’s sleep before tomorrow’s activities is a real treat.
Mostly second floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x third floor mezzanine double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x adult bunks with pull-out single on request. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen with breakfast bar, dining area (seats 6) and sitting area with small balcony (seats 2).
About the location
Haverfordwest 8 miles.
Milford Haven is a busy little town overlooking the Cleddau Waterway. The once thriving fishing industry of this town has been replaced with a picturesque marina with a delightful Mediterranean feel. The unique little shops, galleries, tea rooms and restaurants around the marina offer leisurely shopping and a great variety of fine dining, including locally caught fresh fish dishes. The award-winning Torch Theatre offers a variety of entertainment and with a cinema, restaurant and bar, is a great place for all the family. Sit and enjoy the water views or have some fun and try ten pin bowling! This waterside town is perfectly located to discover all Pembrokeshire has to offer - the wonderful sandy beaches, coastal path, boat trips, castles, museums, Britain's smallest "city", St Davids, with its magnificent cathedral, theme parks and so much more.