The commercial hub of the county of Pembrokeshire, Haverfordwest is a bright, bustling market town with easy access to some of the most stunning beauty spots and coastal lines in Wales.
Steeped in history, the town is home to a magnificent thirteenth-century castle, which, originally built in the twelfth-century and replaced by the one that remains today, sits on a hill overlooking the town.
Surrounded on three sides by coastline, and a wonderful array of pools, lagoons, and bays, Pembrokeshire is THE Welsh holiday destination for holidaymakers who enjoy watersports, breathtaking views and the easygoing pace of Welsh coastal life. Also off the coast of Pembrokeshire lie numerous small islands - well worth exploring on one of the many boat trips that run from the mainland.
Haverfordwest's most popular activities include golf, surfing, kitesurfing, kayaking, canoeing, diving, horse riding and hillwalking. For those of you who are looking for a little more relaxation from your Welsh getaway, why not try booking yourself in for a treatments in one of the town's spas? Also nearby is the village of Broad Haven, which forms part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and the medieval Picton Castle and its 40 acres of Woodland Gardens.
Haverfordwest lively town life offers an abundance of things to see and do, while the surrounding areas of Pembrokeshire county provide the ideal landscape for those with a craving to explore the coastal outdoors. With the independence and freedom to come and go as you please, self-catering holiday cottages in Wales are the perfect solution to your holiday accommodation needs.