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Hotels in Milford Haven

This delightful little town in Pembrokeshire takes its name from the estuary that lies to the south and which forms a natural harbour, Milford Haven. The port has been used since the Middle Ages and the town itself was established in 1790. Book a Milford Haven holiday with us and discover this maritime marvel.

Waterways and countryside

There's ample opportunity for waterside walks and boat trips around Milford Haven. You can board a ferry to Rosslare in Ireland or charter a boat and pit your wits against the smooth-hounds, cod, bass, mackerel, pollack and other fish that inhabit the high-yielding waters. There are a number of locations to fish from, whether on boat, at various points along the coast or the sea wall at the marina.

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, 18 miles to the north, and the Bluestone National Park Resort, 18 miles east, afford the opportunity for walks across all types of terrain and cycling along tracks and trails and even surfing from several locations off the Pembrokeshire coast.

Arts and culture

Befitting its nautical history, Milford Haven's Heritage and Maritime Museum, situated in the dock area, is housed in one of the town's oldest buildings. Here you'll discover the story of the town's major industries from whaling and fishing to petroleum.

The Torch Theatre in town is a 297-seater venue that plays host to live theatre, 3D and digital movies and even live broadcast screenings.

Eating and drinking

In Milford Haven you'll find a variety of restaurants, cafés and pubs offering a range of cuisine. Halen Mor is located at the marina where you'll have lovely views of the bobbing boats while tucking into your meal. The Harbourmaster serves an assortment of dishes, many of which take advantage of the fresh local catches and you can observe the marina and estuary from their large external veranda. Another eatery with a good reputation is The Bar whose menu includes tasty treats from tapas to fish and chips. For a typical country pub in the nearby village of Rosemarket, The Huntsman is well thought of for its home cooking, real ales and relaxed atmosphere.

Shopping in and around Milford Haven

Other than bars and cafés, the marina has a selection of independent shops selling a variety of things from fashion and cosmetics to gifts. The nearby towns of Haverfordwest, Kilgetty, Pembroke and Tenby provide further opportunities for shopping.

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