Amble for 3/4 of a mile through country lanes and discover Hazelbeach and The Ferry House Inn. This family friendly pub/restaurant offers not just a wide menu based on local seasoned produce but truly spectacular views across the estuary, making it an excellent venue for lunches and evening meals. Just 2 miles away, Milford Haven offers a wide range of eating options from numerous take aways to fine dining at one of the marina’s waterside restaurants. The conveniences of shops, pubs, restaurants, theatre and cinema, coupled with a truly local welcome, attract many to the town. The marina offers much to do and see, besides the multitude of yachts, cafes, bars, restaurants and galleries, there’s a bowling alley, a museum tracing the town’s unusual history and even a working seal hospital to which visitors are welcome. Port side, the fish market provides the very best of places for non anglers to purchase the morning’s catch, while Martha’s Vineyard with its menu based on local produce from land and sea, offers a great waterside dining spot for lunches and evening meals and the opportunity to admire the hundreds of splendid sail boats that adorn this inlet on the Haven. Cruise Wales, amongst others, offer a variety of specific boat trips from the marina. Their ’Haven of Wildlife Tout’ offers the chance to visit the teeming Gannet colony on Grassholm Island and the Puffins, Shearwaters and seals around Skomer and Skokholm. Whales, porpoises and dolphins can all be sighted on such trips too! Or why not take a boat trip to Southern Ireland, the Irish Ferries run a regular service through the Haven to Pembroke Dock, Which can be easily accessed via bus and some of the splendid cycle routes which inter lace this area of the county. With a busy local events diary, there’s plenty of entertainment to be had in this town but the rest of Pembrokeshire, such a beautiful county, with a wealth of tourist attractions can’t be ignored. Theme parks, castles, incredible beaches, nature reserves, gardens, zoos and even a vineyard and a chocolate factory can all be accessed within a half hour’s drive of Green Farm Cottage. The medieval walled town of Tenby with its stunning beaches and timeless appeal is only 17 miles away, while St Davids, the UK’s smallest city is just 20 miles along the coast. A trip to the charming village of Bosherton, just 11 miles away, makes for a memorable experience. Meander through the 100 acres of the breathtakingly beautiful, Stackpole Estate Lily Ponds and on to the unspoilt white sands of Broadhaven South. A walk across the headland to the east rewards you with Barafundle Bay, listed by the Times as one of the top ten beaches in the world!... while a walk to the west, bring you to the extraordinary sight of St Govan’s tiny stone chapel, in a cleft, squeezed between sheer rocky cliffs. The Green Bridge of Wales, a natural limestone arch, a step or two further along the coast shouldn’t be missed either, with the waves crashing around it, it’s certainly a spectacular sight! There really is so much on offer in Pembrokeshire and with comfort, character and convenience, Green Farm Cottage provides a superb base from which to do and see it all.