Sykes rating 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Pets No Features Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Pub/shop < 1 mile Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Summary First-floor apartment Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x twin Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, and WC Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area Gas central heating Electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, and dishwasher TV, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Roadside parking available for a limited time, additional parking available in car park nearby Sorry, no smoking and no pets Shop and pub 0.1 miles Note: Access to the property is via a communal hallway and flight of stairs Can be booked with Prop ref 1118229 to sleep 8 in total. The property Tucked away in the beautiful harbour town of Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire is this delightful first-floor apartment, 32 Queen Street. Enjoying great proximity to the local amenities, as well as bright open-plan living space, 32 Queen Street welcomes four guests to relish a peaceful getaway in South Wales. Step into the property to be greeted by a well-equipped kitchen, newly refurbished will all the expected appliances required to make your self-catered stay a success; sit down at the dining table to enjoy meals as a family, toasting to a great trip and reflecting on your favourite memories so far. After dinner, sink into the sumptuousness of plush leather sofas and delight in some light entertainment with use of a wall-mounted TV. If you begin to feel tired, there are two immaculate bedrooms, with either a king-size or twin single beds for you to renew before another day of exploring. In the morning, indulge your morning coffee at the breakfast bar, admiring the views before heading into the local town. Begin your day with a stroll to West Martello Tower and amble along the coastline, basking in the magnificent views that extend out to sea. Pembroke Castle and Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre are only a stone’s throw away, as are the impressive Monkton Old Hall and Lamphey Bishops Palace, showcasing magnificent architecture and vistas of the surrounding landscape. For a wildlife experience, treat the younger guests of the group to Manor Wildlife Park of follow the fossil trail at Dinosaur Park; golfing enthusiasts are certain to feel at home here with Trefloyne Golf Course and Tenby Golf Club both within accessible reach. Further afield resides New Quay, Aberystwyth, and Llandrindod Wells which all promise much to do and see. For a spectacular getaway in the Welsh countryside, visit 32 Queen Street. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250. View on map About the location PEMBROKE DOCK Pembroke 2.4 miles; Neyland 4 miles; Milford Haven 7.9 miles; Freshwater West 10.2 miles. Pembroke Dock, also named Doc Penfro in Welsh, is a beautiful town just northwest of the centre of Pembroke with the babbling River Cleddau flowing through. The town holds historic facets with the construction of the Royal Navy Dockyard dating back to the 1800s, generating the popularity and expansion of this wonderful community, with a higher population than Pembroke itself, the town boasts a wide selection of pubs, restaurants, convenience stores, parks, a train station, heritage centre, and a spectacular dockyard. A journey over the Cledday Bridge takes you over to the charming town of Neyland, home to several sporting clubs including Neyland Cricket Club, Neyland RFC, Neyland AFC, and a popular yacht club by the marina. Just down the road is Pembroke town centre, a thriving tourist spot where you can discover the ruins of Henry VII's birthplace and find easy access to discover Pembrokeshire's best attractions, delight in watersports like surfing and rowing, stroll around West Angle Bay, or sample a local lobster lunch at Freshwater West beach's street food stall, Café Mor. Other delightful Welsh towns in easy reach include the tranquil Milford Haven and the bustling county town of Haverfordwest. Pembroke Dock is a vibrant hub for exploring an exciting corner of Wales.