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  • Haven Waterway
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Ferry Boat House

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  • Ref: 1285
Property Highlights:

Haven waterside luxurious home with stunning panoramic views and wifi. Pet welcome. Walk to local town.

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Guest Book Comments

Been coming to pembrokeshire for many years and this is by far the most spacious and comfortable accommodation. The weather very varied sunny , stormy , windy- but who can change the weather? A great base with amazing views- if you're in at 12.15- watch the Irish ferry manoeuvre into dock.Many thanks Mrs Williams for welcome tray- see ou next year Already Booked forJUNE & SEPTEMBER !

The Adams family north wales & Cheshire - 2014-10-10
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

What a fantastic house ' Probably the best we have stayed in! Loved the view and the decking area. Had lovely weather so was able to enjoy it to the full! Would recommend the Ferry I nn for a a meal .Hope to be back in the future.

Juke ken mick rebecca pep& alexandra marks - 2014-10-08
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Had a wonderful week. House is lovely, hope to be back

Mrs j MAgill - 2014-10-08
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Enjoyed the luxury of the house weather rain sunshine . Recommend the ferry inn for meals.

Parkin& steed - 2014-07-23
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

A lovely blessed with glorious weather folly farm a must for young kids . The house was lovely and the views were stunning great to have three large supermarkets with in walking distance Tesco Asda ladi

Grandpa & grandma Jennings mr mrs brooks baby phoebe - 2014-07-23
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Really nice house, very well appointed and comfortable. The welcome tray greatly appreciated and very nice touch, thank you . Neighbours nice too.

Corner/West devon - Fri 31.07.
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Lovely peaceful week. Weather changeable but who cares! Liked Carew Castle lovely walk around it. Found Stackrock interesting as always. Enjoyed Pembroke and a walk alone the mill pond with its Swansea baby cygnets and ducklings even a heron puts in an appearance. Thanks for a very enjoyable stay

Paul Audrey & Dawn - Fri 17.07.
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

A wonderful home with fabulous views, we'll be sorry to leave. We've had wonderful weather and even braved the crossing to Caldey Island we have had a wonderful week and would love to come back.

Angela Jonathan and family Maesteg / Oxford - Fri 24.07.
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Good

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your 4 star review

Colm Fitzgerald - 1st March 2019

Lovely House......well furnished and equipped. Very clean. Pembroke dock is not the most " picturesque" of destinations , but when you walk into the house and see that wonderful view!.....you're smitten.

A trusted customer - 5th October 2018

As above. No faults to repirt

J Frost - 13th July 2018

Good

Colm Fitzgerald - 29th May 2018

would buy the house what more can I say

A trusted customer - 18th May 2018

Rented a fantastic fully equipped house with a view to die for.

A trusted customer - 5th May 2018

Beautiful house. Amazing views. Photos don't do it justice. The rooms are huge and the house is so well equipped. We had amazing week and can't thank the owners enough for providing everything in a holiday home. We have shared details with all our friends.

A James - 25th April 2018

Clean spacious well equipped, location not the best, not helped by the time of year as Wales appeared to be shut. 3 times we tried to eat out, each time the restaurant was either fully booked or closed.

I Kay - 1st February 2018

5 stars because its was five star lovely everyt hign you need, just missed having ahair dryer lol. great location

Kathryn Foster - 31st January 2018
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Property Description

Haven waterside luxurious home with stunning panoramic views

Overlooking the expansive shimmering waters of the Haven Waterway and with stunning views from most rooms, this is a spacious modern waterside home, beautifully and stylishly furnished.

A large rear decked area overlooks the Haven, the spacious lounge and fully equipped large luxury kitchen opens into a dining/conservatory - both with patio doors to the decking - a breathtaking spot for al fresco dining!

There are 3 lovely bedrooms, (each with tv)  the master with a super king size bed, en-suite shower room and a balcony, a double aspect twin bedroom with 4' beds (both with Haven views)  and a ground floor double bedroom with an en-suite shower room. 

Haven Waterway SSSI

  • This is Wales' largest estuary and a birdwatchers paradise - do remember your binoculars - with a wondrous variety of wildfowl and waders as the tides ebbs and flows.
  • Relax and watch the comings and goings of the pleasure boats as well as commercial shipping  - the Irish Ferry sails in and out twice daily - witness a true masterpiece of navigation as it manoeuvres its way upto its berth!

Ferry Inn

  • The ancient Ferry Inn is a 10 minute walk away along a footpath.Enjoy a warm welcome and good food in this unique setting tucked almost beneath the bridge with its alfresco dining area overlooking the water.
  • Once upon a time ferry men rowed their wooden ferry boats from here across the Haven -the fastest way between Pembroke and Haverfordwest until the building of the Cleddau Toll Bridge which follows almost the same route across the water.

Cleddau Hotel

  • This modern hotel with its bar and restaurant for evening meals - all day breakfasts and afternoon teas too -  is within a short walk.

Pembroke

  • Pembroke with its ancient town wall and mighty Norman castle, steeped in history, is a 5 minute drive.  Tudor and Georgian houses line the main street with its mixture of pubs, restaurants and shops.
  •  Henry VII was born in the castle which is well preserved and offers a glimpse into the medieval life style - there are lots of events staged here too including falconry displays, a 'Knights School' and guided tours.

Neyland Yacht Haven & Marina

  • Sea-faring trips or river cruises can be arranged from across the bridge at the Marina - charter a boat for a mackerel fishing trip, try a 'wreck' fishing expedition, or an island adventure to the famous bird islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm with their resident population of Atlantic Grey Seals in the seas skirting around the island rocks. 
  • Enjoy refreshments at Brunel's Café with its terrace for al-fresco dining overlooking the Marina - good home cooked food - as well as The Bar Restaurant.
  • Do try a peaceful cruise on the Celtic Wildcat along the quiet tranquil 'Secret Waterway'  -  more than 20 miles of navigable waterway from the mouth of the Cleddau to the nature reserves of the upper reaches where the only sounds are  birds, the breeze rustling through the trees and the gentle splash of water .

Brunel's Cycle Trail

Brunel's Cycle Trail

  • For a family day out why not follow this traffic free trail between Neyland & Haverfordwest, (9m in total)  part of the Celtic Trail - National Route 4 -  The path runs through the Westfield Pill Nature Reserve, a sheltered inlet from the Cleddau Waterway, and continues along the route of the Great Western Railway built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel  150 years ago.
  •  This is a wide and well surfaced purpose built popular shared use path with lovely views and an abundance of wildlife in the undisturbed banks on either side of the trail, (Bike hire: Mikes Bikes, 17 Prendergast, Haverfordwest, Tel: 01437 76006801437 760068 sales, service, repairs and hire).

Milford Haven

  • This historic fishing port is well worth a visit with its harbour now home to expensive pleasure yachts,  its quayside lined with cafes, art/craft galleries and a museum full of local history. 
  • Check out the programme of events at the award winning Torch Theatre in the town with its cinema, live stage shows, satellite screening of ballets, operas etc., café/bar and gallery.

South Pembrokeshire & Coastal Path

  • South Pembrokeshire's fabulous beaches and Coastal Path are all within a short drive including Manorbier, a sandy cove (popular with families) overlooked by its picturesque medieval Castle, Freshwater West, Angle (do eat at the Point House right by the water's edge,  only accessible on foot at low tide) popular with surfers and bustling VictorianTenby with its Blue Flag Beaches. 

Bosherston Lily Ponds (N.T.)

  • Take a walk around Bosherston's beautiful lily ponds, a breathtaking sight when the lilies are in full bloom during June and July.  This is a wild life haven all year round and you may even be lucky enough to spot an Otter going about its daily chores. 

Bosherston Village

  • No visit to this small village is complete without tea at 'The Olde Worlde Café'. Owned and run by Aunty Vi - a true local legend, with a café menu unchanged for over 70 years - perhaps the best Welsh Rarebit to be found anywhere and lovely cakes too! 
  • There is also a a pub, St Govans's Inn (good bar food) and 2 miles to the south, nestled between the steep cliffs of the south Pembrokeshire coastline is St Govan's Chapel which is free to visit, although the only access is down steep steps carved into the side of the cliff. Count the number of steps down - tradition has it that it will be a different count on the return climb!

Tenby

  • This is truly the jewel in South Pembrokeshire's coastline with its 3 blue flag beaches, interesting gift, craft and bric a brac shops, restaurants, pubs and Tudor Merchants House (N.T.) - a fascinating glimpse into times gone by.  Book a boat trip from its picturesque harbour  to the famous monastic island of Caldy - a truly lovely relaxing day out for all the family.


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Interior

3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. Master Bedroom with Superking bed and ensuite, doors to balcony and Haven views. 1 Twin with small Double beds, double aspect with Haven views. (TV in every bedroom) Both on 1st floor. 1 Double with ensuite on ground floor.

Family Bathroom with full suite and separate walk in shower on the 1st floor.

Kitchen  luxury fitted kitchen, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, double range cooker (gas hob, electric oven), microwave, breakfast table and chairs seating 6.  Feature fireplace, 42” TV, 3 seater sofa.  Patio doors leading to dining room/conservatory.

Dining Room/Conservatory dining table seating 6, dresser and 1 x 2 & 1 x 3 seater sofas. DVD,  double patio doors to large decked area with Haven views.

Lounge smartly furnished with reclining 1 x 3 seater & 1 x 2 seater leather sofas and reclining armchair. Bookcase, Smart 50” TV with Freeview, dvd, electric feature fireplace,  large patio doors opening out to deck area with Haven views.

Utility Room washing machine, tumble dryer, doors to decking. Cloak Room toilet and wash hand basin

Grounds large decked area with garden furniture (4 steps down to lower garden patio)  panoramic Haven views and small front feature garden.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - No

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 3 cars

Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £35 p/w

Dogs - 1 welcome free

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

Linen - Included as standard

About the Area
Haven Waterway SSSI
  • This is Wales’ largest estuary and a birdwatchers paradise – do remember your binoculars - with a wondrous variety of wildfowl and waders as the tides ebbs and flows.
  • Relax and watch the comings and goings of the pleasure boats as well as commercial shipping  – the Irish Ferry sails in and out twice daily – witness a true masterpiece of navigation as it manoeuvres its way up to its berth!

Ferry Inn

  • The ancient Ferry Inn is a 10 minute walk away along a footpath.Enjoy a warm welcome and good food in this unique setting tucked almost beneath the bridge with its alfresco dining area overlooking the water.
  • Once upon a time ferry men rowed their wooden ferry boats from here across the Haven –the fastest way between Pembroke and Haverfordwest until the building of the Cleddau Toll Bridge which follows almost the same route across the water.

Cleddau Hotel

  • This modern hotel with its bar and restaurant for evening meals - all day breakfasts and afternoon teas too -  is within a short walk.

Pembroke

  • Pembroke with its ancient town wall and mighty Norman castle, steeped in history, is a 5 minute drive.  Tudor and Georgian houses line the main street with its mixture of pubs, restaurants and shops.
  • Henry VII was born in the castle which is well preserved and offers a glimpse into the medieval life style – there are lots of events staged here too including falconry displays, a ‘Knights School’ and guided tours.

Neyland Yacht Haven & Marina

  • Sea-faring trips or river cruises can be arranged from across the bridge at the Marina - charter a boat for a mackerel fishing trip, try a ‘wreck’ fishing expedition, or an island adventure to the famous bird islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm with their resident population of Atlantic Grey Seals in the seas skirting around the island rocks. 
  • Enjoy refreshments at Brunel’s Café with its terrace for al-fresco dining overlooking the Marina – good home cooked food – as well as The Bar Restaurant.
  • Do try a peaceful cruise on the Celtic Wildcat along the quiet tranquil ‘Secret Waterway’  -  more than 20 miles of navigable waterway from the mouth of the Cleddau to the nature reserves of the upper reaches where the only sounds are  birds, the breeze rustling through the trees and the gentle splash of water .

Brunel's Cycle Trail

  • For a family day out why not follow this traffic free trail between Neyland & Haverfordwest, (9 miles in total)  part of the Celtic Trail - National Route 4 -  The path runs through the Westfield Pill Nature Reserve, a sheltered inlet from the Cleddau Waterway, and continues along the route of the Great Western Railway built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel  150 years ago.
  • This is a wide and well surfaced purpose built popular shared use path with lovely views and an abundance of wildlife in the undisturbed banks on either side of the trail, (Bike hire: Mikes Bikes, 17 Prendergast, Haverfordwest, Tel: 01437 760068 sales, service, repairs and hire).

Milford Haven

  • This historic fishing port is well worth a visit with its harbour now home to expensive pleasure yachts,  its quayside lined with cafes, art/craft galleries and a museum full of local history. 
  • Check out the programme of events at the award winning Torch Theatre in the town with its cinema, live stage shows, satellite screening of ballets, operas etc., café/bar and gallery.

South Pembrokeshire & Coastal Path

  • South Pembrokeshire’s fabulous beaches and Coastal Path are all within a short drive including Manorbier, a sandy cove (popular with families) overlooked by its picturesque medieval Castle, Freshwater West, Angle (do eat at the Point House right by the water’s edge,  only accessible on foot at low tide) popular with surfers and bustling VictorianTenby with its Blue Flag Beaches. 

Bosherston Lily Ponds (NT)

  • Take a walk around Bosherston's beautiful lily ponds, a breathtaking sight when the lilies are in full bloom during June and July.  This is a wild life haven all year round and you may even be lucky enough to spot an Otter going about its daily chores. 

Bosherston Village

  • No visit to this small village is complete without tea at ‘The Olde Worlde Café’. Owned and run by Aunty Vi - a true local legend, with a café menu unchanged for over 70 years – perhaps the best Welsh Rarebit to be found anywhere and lovely cakes too! 
  • There is also a a pub, St Govans’s Inn (good bar food) and 2 miles to the south, nestled between the steep cliffs of the south Pembrokeshire coastline is St Govan’s Chapel which is free to visit, although the only access is down steep steps carved into the side of the cliff. Count the number of steps down – tradition has it that it will be a different count on the return climb!

Tenby

  • This is truly the jewel in South Pembrokeshire’s coastline with its 3 blue flag beaches, interesting gift, craft and bric a brac shops, restaurants, pubs and Tudor Merchants House (N.T.) – a fascinating glimpse into times gone by.  Book a boat trip from its picturesque harbour  to the famous monastic island of Caldy – a truly lovely relaxing day out for all the family.
Family Fun
  • Discover a wealth of family attractions including Manor Wildlife Park, Blue Lagoon Water Park, the Dinosaur Park, Folly Farm, Overhang climbing wall and so many more.

Enjoy year round breaks in this luxurious home with fabulous views above the Haven Waterway, Pembrokeshire.
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