Haverfordwest is Pembrokeshire’s main administrative centre but also doubles up as a traditional market town. Sitting on the River Cleddau, the town is surrounded by rich countryside which bears a strong resemblance to the English West Country.
The most popular types of Haverfordwest holiday accommodation are undoubtedly holiday cottages. There’s also no shortage of bed and breakfasts, guesthouses and hotels to choose from. Haverfordwest also provides good travel links to towns such as Pembroke, Fishguard and St Davids which might offer an alternative, should you not be able to find suitable holiday accommodation in the town.
A lovingly-refurbished Georgian Manor House, around 3 miles from Haverfordwest. The property’s interior is decorated with its rural surroundings firmly in mind, and there’s also an old-school drawing room which affords good views of the nearby river. Reviews are generally very good with many previous customers remarking on the high standard of service offered by its owners. Some have remarked about cold rooms, but the property does have central heating installed throughout. It’s well-suited to people looking for a tranquil short break holiday and also provides a good base for exploring Haverfordwest and the surrounding region.
Haverfordwest Guest Houses
This is an award-winning, grade II listed guest house near Haverfordwest. Its rooms are all en-suite and include the usual extras such as tea and coffee making facilities, digital television and DVD players. There’s also a guest lounge with free view TV and a microwave for heating up meals. College Guest House caters very well for its occupants and also features a DVD and book library for rainy days – pets are also welcome. The property is also in close proximity to local bus and train stations and is a short-walk from Haverfordwest town centre. Reviewers have been unanimous in their praise with specific compliments reserved for the friendly service, spacious rooms and good location.
Haverfordwest Holiday Cottages
Located in Dreenhill just outside Haverfordwest, this pet friendly, annexe-style holiday property accommodates two people. The interior features a well-equipped kitchen, a double-room with pull out beds and a sitting room. The bathroom consists of a shower with WC and basin. There’s also off-road parking for one car and an enclosed garden. The local pub is a short walk away and there’s also a shop about a mile and a half from the property. Towns such as Broad Haven and St Davids are within easy access as is the picturesque Pembrokeshire coast. Space is a bit of an issue which is why Baratheans is better-suited to couples and individuals.
Silverdale Inn and Lodge offers affordable hotel accommodation in Haverfordwest. There are 21 en-suite rooms, all of which feature satellite television. The restaurant serves full three-course meals and specialises in home-cooked food made using local ingredients. Snacks are also served at the bar. This establishment is reasonably well-located and is close to Johnston Railway Station – Milford Haven is also just a short distance away. Reviews have however been mixed – while some praised the food, others were left disappointed by their room’s basic decor and furnishings.