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Positioned on Milford Haven’s Marina is Tŷ Milford Waterfront, part of the growing Celtic Collection in Wales.
Tŷ Milford Waterfront is a bright and modern hotel with 100 bedrooms, 1 apartment and 4 ‘floatels’ that sit on the water.
Room 417 has one of the best views across the marina from two angles, it reminded me of being on a ship.
The spacious room has a large flat screen TV, wardrobe with a tea tray (kettle, mugs, tea bags…), plus a bathroom stocked with fresh towels and Elemis toiletries.
Tŷ Milford Waterfront: dulse
The dinner experience at ‘dulse’ had that familiar friendly and polite service I’ve become accustom to from The Celtic Collection (which includes The Parkgate Hotel in Cardiff), and their menus so often put the spotlight on quality, locally sourced ingredients. It’s great to see a collection of hotels in Wales celebrating what we have to offer here.
I didn’t have chance to use the gym facility, but it’s good to know that there is one available to guests.
Places to visit near Tŷ Milford Waterfront
One of the best things about Tŷ Milford Waterfront is its proximity to some of Wales’s best beaches, castles and coastal towns and villages in Pembrokeshire.
In less than 30 minutes by car you can be in the historic town of Pembroke. You can explore inside the impressive Pembroke Castle which is the birthplace of Henry VII, the father of King Henry VIII.
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St David’s Cathedral
St Davids is the UK’s smallest city and is around 23 miles away by road from Tŷ Milford Waterfront. Named after Wales’s Patron Saint, the city is known for its impressive Cathedral and inside you’ll find a vast amount of history, including the burial place of Edmund Tudor.
St Davids also has a charming collection of shops, cafes, old pubs, a great chippy called Peter’s Plaice and pasty shop called Losh’s.
Close to the river mouth is the sheltered harbour of Solva, one of the prettiest seaside villages in Wales. You can park next to the harbour close to a grassy area with picnic benches, an ideal spot on a sunny day.
If you head a little inland you’ll find Window on Wales which has an elective mix of everything from homeware to gifts and clothes. I also called in to MamGu Welshcakes for a pot of tea – and a welsh cake of course…
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From Solva you can walk some of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path – around 5 miles west is St Non’s Chapel and Well (traditionally believed to be St David’s birthplace), and 5 miles east is the stunning and vast Newgale Beach.
Another Pembrokeshire gem, and one of my favourite places in Wales is the coastal town of Tenby. Already popular with many holiday makers in Wales, Tenby has a beautiful harbour lined with colourful townhouses and beautiful beaches right by the town.
You can also set off on a scenic coastal cruise from Castle beach and discover Caldey Island, home to a monastery who produce and sell their own chocolate.
Tŷ Milford Waterfront currently has a few offers for guests looking to stay with packages for bed and breakfast, dinner bed and breakfast, and family rooms. To view their latest offers and for more information visit their website using the button below.