Looking for the perfect holiday cottage in Haverfordwest? We offer a selection of properties including modern apartments, luxury coastal cottages and beautiful barn conversions with features such as log fires, private gardens and hot tubs! Book the perfect holiday for your romantic retreat, family holiday or large group trip, and don't forget to bring the dog either, as many of our properties are dog-friendly!
Sleeping upwards of two guests, many of our cottages are wheelchair accessible and provide stunning views of Pembrokeshire, as well as easy access to the local attractions. Find your ultimate holiday cottage in Haverfordwest.
Explore the most populous urban area of Pembrokeshire and you'll be stunned by the area's beauty and range of activities. The town was once one of Wales' most important river ports, but today has been transformed into a place of serenity and wonder. Take a gentle stroll along the river or explore the lush green parks to learn more about how life here has changed. As you wander around Haverfordwest you'll be able to spot the Georgian features of cobbled streets, elegant buildings and beautiful architecture; a photography opportunity!
Whilst staying in one of our cottages, be sure to visit Haverfordwest Castle, which dates back to around 1120 and offers a fantastic insight into the towns long history. The Old Prison Governor's House has been transformed into the local town museum and houses an array of interesting artefacts and masterpieces from local artists new and old.
In terms of shopping, there is a great range of both independent shops and larger national stores to appeal to all. Be sure to stay local when dining out, as the pubs, cafes and restaurants make good use of the local produce to produce an array of mouth-watering meals. Alternatively, head to the award-winning farmers market, held ever Friday, to pick up your own fresh ingredients to whip up a feast in your holiday cottage in Haverfordwest!
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