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  • Waterway Court

  • Haven Waterway
  • Ref: 1569
  • 9
  • 4
  • 3
  • 1
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Waterway Court

  • 9
  • 4
  • 3
  • 1
  • Ref: 1569
Property Highlights:

As impressive as the views it commands, stunning Waterway Court has a fabulous hot tub, is an ultimate, spacious family holiday home, recently refurbished to create a luxurious getaway, sitting above the Haven Waterway, ideally located for family holidays or groups of friends wishing to explore Pembrokeshire, or simply relax, many glorious sandy beaches just a short drive away, pet-friendly with enclosed secluded landscaped garden. A handpicked quality property, with 5* Visit Wales rating.

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Guest Book Comments

On behalf of our party of 9 I wanted to say a big thank you for the fantastic stay we enjoyed at Neyland Court recently. The property was huge with stunning views and allowed both the parents and teens to have their own space to relax, this was much appreciated as we had 2 days of rainy weather during our stay. We didn't get a chance to explore the area as much as we would have liked but Neyland is a great base to visit the Pembrokeshire coast, we went to Saundersfoot and Tenby on a couple of days and enjoyed the beach and indoor activities (wall climbing). Returning from a tiring day of activities it was great to be able to relax in the hot tub and enjoy the views. We really loved all the small touches you added to make the place homely and welcoming. The cooking utensils and pots and pans were immaculate and clean and this made it a pleasure not a chore to use the kitchen area. In the rooms the beds were of really good quality, with clean linens and new towels, this place speaks to the quality of the owners and the diligence of the cleaning staff. We would highly recommend this property to our friends and family considering a stay in Wales.

Mr Chau (London) - 13/08/2018
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

The most relaxing, comfortable and luxurious holiday home we have EVER visited! We are all so sad to be leaving - we want to live here! The views, the garden, the beds, the sofas, the indoor and outdoor seating - all perfect. Everything we needed for family living. Oh, and the hot tub was just the icing on the cake. Waterway Court proved to be the perfect base too, within easy reach of so many stunning places: Manorbier, Broadhaven, Tenby, Narberth, Newgale, St Govans, Barafundel Bay (to name a few), and the local nature reserve (within walking distance) is also a lovely spot to visit and where I saw my first Kingfisher. The cycle trail is great, and the local Co-op is very convenient. Aldi and Tesco's are just over the Cleddau bridge.

The Bellshaws & Nash families, Macclesfield (The Peak District) - 15/08/2018
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We have travelled to this region lots of times over the years, Neyland is an upcoming area with the marina restaurant and cafe a must to visit. Superstores within 10 mins drive and a local shop within walking distance cater for your family home life You are local to all the beautiful beaches and attractions in that area. We have never stayed in a property this outstanding, The spacious living areas along with en-suites and the emaculate cleanliness was perfect. Two adults and Three children occupied this enormous property and it felt empty. The views over the marina are spectacular and its a joy to sit in the garden enjoying the scenery, The house is designed so that where possible you have these views , sitting in the conservatory having breakfast taking in the views was a joy and took us away for the usual day to day life we had left back home and transported us where we hope to be. You have all the equipment you would require from cooking utensils to BBQs and plenty of outdoor seating area to the large screen TVs in the living room areas x 2. It is a brilliant family/large party accommodation Mark the owner was on hand to ensure everything was running smoothly just to give you that comfort blanket. Not that it was required but having a hot tub just topped off this superb property, as the sun went down relaxing looking over the marina made the day Absolutely Fantastic property and we would highly recommend

John Clarke - 13th September 2018

Huge property with stunning views, enough space for 2 families and the additional living room allowed the kids to have their own space to relax and watch tv. Neyland Court is a great base to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast, the hot tub is a great addition, and was perfect for relaxing in the evening. The rooms are very clean with high quality beds, clean linens and new towels. The kitchen was immaculate and had plenty of cups/plates/ cutlery and cooking utensils all of which seemed brand new. The property owners have put a lot of thought and care into making this property welcoming and we were very lucky to have found it on a late availability. Would highly recommend to family and friends visiting this part of Wales.

A trusted customer - 14th August 2018
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Property Description
A superb holiday home, with hot tub overlooking the waterway, ideally located to enjoy the alluring beauty and activities which Pembrokeshire has to offer, including many sandy beaches within a short drive, Pembrokeshire Coast Path, boating, kayaking, golfing, walking, cycling, castles and many family attractions. Perfect for a fun packed, memorable family holiday.

  • Sitting in a tranquil corner above the river you will love the sweeping waterway views. Forget the world and enjoy the peaceful ambiance in this truly wonderful holiday home.
  • A spacious, charming property decorated to a high standard throughout, combining elegance with opulence and lots of attention to detail.
  • Styled with echoes of the Victorian era, it almost feels like a step back in time, but luxurious and modern in every way.
  • Step into the spacious, vestibule, with beautifully tiled floor, leading to the well-appointed accommodation which is spacious and airy creating luxurious practical space for families or large groups.
  • The characterful well-equipped kitchen is a delight, with rayburn, large kitchen table and views to the front through the sash window.
  • The grand expansive sitting room, with feature marble fireplace, enjoys a large window with sweeping waterway views. Enjoy a glass of wine or supper at the table here to soak up the impressive vista.
  • Relax in the large comfortable sofas, enjoying quality time together, especially when the wood burner is roaring on chillier nights. An ideal room for family get-togethers, planning holiday excursions, perfect for a large family Christmas or celebration.
  • Step into the sunroom off the lounge, perfect for sunny relaxed breakfasts, whilst enjoying the garden and river views.
  • The second sitting room, light and airy with multi-aspect views of the nearby waterway, is ideal for the children to play in or for quiet time, away from it all, with a good book, or a netflix movie.
  • Climb the wooden staircase to the first floor where the four beautifully appointed luxurious bedrooms beckon a restful night's sleep.
  • The splendid ensuite master bedroom, with super king bed and feature fireplace, enjoys magnificent waterway views. The elegant ensuite bathroom has a roll top bath. The second ensuite double room also benefits spectacular waterway views.
  • The impressive rear garden is beautifully landscaped and maintained, forming an outstanding tranquil setting for the property. Laid mainly to lawn, there are numerous mature borders, trees and shrubs, with sheltered terrace, two patio areas with garden tables and chairs and comfortable rattan furniture on the lawn.
  • Enjoy a glorious day in the garden, indulging in the fabulous hot tub, without a care in the world!
  • Excellent eateries in the area, including the yacht club a 5-minute walk away, the marina, waterside pubs along the waterway, Jolly Sailor in Burton and many local activities - sailing, water sports, leisure parks, coastal walks, golf courses, museums, castles and the safe, sandy beaches of St Brides Bay, Dale and Marloes Peninsulas. Neyland Nature Reserve nearby is great for dog walking or cycling - 16 miles flat walking.
4 Bedrooms, Sleeping 9 
Ensuite Master Double 
with Super King bed, spacious, impressive room, magnificent waterway views, 2 sets of built-in wardrobes, bedside tables, lamps, feature fireplace, Laura Ashley dressing table, TV, chaise longue. Ensuite bathroom with roll top bath, bidet, wc, wash basin.
Ensuite Double Room double bed, lovely waterway views, wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps, chaise longue, dressing area, ensuite shower room, wash basin, wc 
Family Room  double bed and bunk beds, wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps, chest of drawers.
Single Room single bed, bedside table lamp, chest, lovely waterway views.
Sitting Room
 impressive room with panoramic waterway views, small table and chairs next to the window, 2 x 2, 1 x 3 comfortable sofas, feature marble fireplace, bookcase, TV, lamps, oak panelling.
2nd Sitting Room comfortable sofas, TV, easy chair, bookshelves, coffee table, pool table, spin bike, ab cruncher, keyboard. Pedal away whilst watching the boats sail by in the marina. 
Sun Room table & chairs, idyllic garden view.
Cloak Room washbasin, wc, mirror
Kitchen large pine table, beautiful limestone floor, attractive farrow and ball painted units and dresser, Belfast sink, electric fan assisted hob and oven, aga, microwave, fridge/freezer, wine rack, shelving. Utility Room washing machine, condenser dryer, under counter extra fridge, vegetable rack, boot rack. Ideal space for wetsuits, dog care
Grounds fully enclosed, beautifully landscaped and maintained, hot tub sits on a raised area with views of the waterway, large lawned area, mature borders, BBQ, shrubs, 2 patio areas one with outside bamboo covered bar seating 8, next to the hot tub, both patios have quality rattan furniture - a truly idyllic garden. 

Hot Tub  £65 per week, please call the office to add the hot tub to your booking, 01348837871
Security Deposit  
Fuel Charge starter pack of logs provided / £45 from September - April.
Dogs  1 dog, £25 charge per week.
Parking  plenty of parking. Boat parking on request.
 Short Breaks  welcomed throughout the year, apart from Peak & Summer weeks. Minimum of a 4-night stay
Towels yes
Change Over Day Saturday
Cot yes
Highchair yes

Linen - Included as standard

About the Area
Haven Waterway and Surrounding Area.
  • Sailing, water sports, leisure parks, coastal walks, golf courses, museums, castles and the safe, sandy beaches of St Brides Bay, Dale and Marloes Peninsulas all within easy reach.
  • Relax, take in the bracing, invigorating Pembrokeshire pure air and watch the world of the Haven Waterway go by with yachts, Irish Ferry and ever-changing tidal seascape.
Neyland Yacht Club
  • For sailing enthusiasts there are launching facilities, floating moorings and family friendly Neyland Yacht Club with restaurant. 
  • Neyland Marina, a short stroll away has The Bar Restaurant specialising in delicious fish dishes and Brunel's Cafe/Bar, open all year (popular with locals) - several good waterside inns are also within a short drive.
  • Do visit the waterside village of Burton. The public jetty is a perfect place for crabbing and the family-friendly Jolly Sailor serves good value pub food on rolling lawns beside the water and in the conservatory.
Torch Theatre
  • The award-winning Torch Theatre in nearby Milford Haven is a popular venue for live stage shows, films and restaurant. Check their website for the current programme.
Milford Haven Golf Club
  • A challenging 18 hole course with views over the Haven Waterway and a clubhouse serving excellent food.
Pembroke Castle
  • A magnificent stronghold on the banks of the Cleddau Estuary. Privately owned, very well maintained and open to the public it makes a lovely spot for exploration and family picnics. Exciting events are held in the grounds throughout the summer season including historical reinactments, music festivals and falconry displays.
Tenby & Beaches
  • Elegant colour washed Victorian & Georgian buildings, medieval town walls & castle, now a museum, narrow winding streets full of hustle bustle, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars and 5 magnificent sandy beaches make Tenby a very popular town to visit.
  • Buy your tickets for Caldey Island at the kiosk on the slipway of Tenby Harbour. Enjoy the boat ride and look out for marine wildlife en route.
  • The island has been home to Cistercian monks for a thousand years. They farm the land, produce perfume, chocolate and shortbread all of which are for sale in the island's shop.
  • Stroll the beautiful countryside, relax on one of the lovely sandy beaches and do visit the Grade II listed abbey
Bosherston Lily Ponds (NT), Olde Worlde Teashop & St Govans Inn
  • Stroll along this delightful trail past the scenic lily ponds and onto beautiful Broad Haven South beach.
  •  Before leaving do enjoy a real old-fashioned tea with Auntie Vi MBE in Bosherston's Olde Worlde Teashop or good pub food and award-winning ales in the St Govans Inn.

Freshwater West Beach
  • The magnificent golden sands of Freshwater West with crashing surf, sand dunes and sea cliffs was the location for the filming of Harry Potter and the battle scene for Robin Hood.

Flying Boat Centre, Pembroke Dock
  • The centre is dedicated to raising the world's only Mark 1 Sunderland which currently lies on the seabed of Milford Haven Waterway.
  • Volunteers man the centre which exhibits, photos, uniforms, artefacts, displays and interactive items for children to enjoy.

Carew, Castle & Tidal Mill 
  • Take a stroll around the fascinating historic village of Carew with its magnificent medieval castle, ancient Celtic cross, restored tidal mill and family friendly Carew Inn serving good home cooked food and real ales.

Narberth Market Town
  • Shopaholics will love Narberth, well worth the half hour drive. A vibrant old market town full of interesting and unusual shops, antiques, crafts, cafes, bars and restaurants.
  •  Ultra Comedia is a deli specialising in Welsh & Spanish produce where you can enjoy coffee, cakes, delicious tapas too.

St Brides Bay Beaches

  • Just a short drive away is St Brides Bay with its lovely sandy beaches and coves.
  • Do visit picturesque Little Haven, the broad flat sands of Broad Haven, Druidston Haven, popular with horse riders a magnificent sight, 2 miles of golden beach perfect for surfing at Newgale all connected by road and the coastal path.
  • Many beaches welcome dogs all year round, some in restricted areas during summer months.

Dale Peninsula
  • Magnificent coastal walking with spectacular views of the Milford Haven Waterway and the Irish sea.
  • Wild flowers and wildlife abound. Watch ships entering and leaving the haven, walk around old St Ann's Head lighthouse, beach comb on West Dale and enjoy refreshments in the Griffin Inn at Dale.

Boat Trips to the Bird Islands
  • Trip boats leave from Martins Haven to visit the offshore bird islands of Skomer and Stockholm. You will almost certainly see seals and dolphins too. Remember your camera and binoculars.

Family Fun
  • Pembrokeshire has more than its fair share of amazing quality family attractions including Carew Karting, Heatherton Sports Park, Folly Farm, Tenby Tudor Merchants House (N.T.), Oakwood theme park, Bluestone Water Park, Hangar 5, the Dinosaur Park and many more.

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1 Adult
Number of Children
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0 Children (2-17)
Number of Dogs
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* this property charges £25 per dog.
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