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Rose House, Burton Ferry, Nr Milford Haven
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Luxury Haven Waterway holiday home Burton Pembrokeshire Pet friendly
- A new luxury Haven Waterway home for holidays near Burton with stunning views across the shimmering broad expanse of the Cledddau River - an ever-changing scene of totally beguiling comings and goings.Pets welcome.
- Beautifully and tastefully furnished throughout, the spacious sitting/dining room, lounge and 2 of the luxuriously appointed en-suite bedrooms have fabulous views.
- Approached via a steep curving drive, Rose House is in a truly unique and desirable location overlooking the Haven Waterway near Burton and sitting almost beneath the iconic elegant Cleddau Bridge which joins North & South Pembrokeshire, it offers easy access to the whole of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
- The drive continues down past the house to the water's edge - ideal for launching small boats.
- A walk along the foreshore (at low tide) which teems with bird life, takes you to The Jolly Sailor - a great family pub serving excellent food and drink.
Little England Beyond Wales
- South Pembrokeshire is often referred to as 'little England beyond Wales'. The locals speak English, place names are English and yet the area is surrounded by Welsh speakers on all sides even in north Pembrokeshire! During the 12th century Henry I allowed a number of Flemish to settle in the area and they were soon joined by English settlers. The Flemish and English languages were similar at the time. This led to the extinction of Welsh in the area.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and Neyland Marina
- The Pembrokeshire Coast Path - 186 miles of glorious scenery and fabulous walking - and Neyland Marina are within 2 miles of this luxurious Haven Waterway holiday home on the edge of Burton waterside village. It is pet friendly too.
- Arrange a sea safari, sight seeing/fishing trip or charter a dive boat at Neyland Marina where there is a quayside restaurant/bar overlooking the Haven and Brunel Cafe for coffee cakes and light lunches - watch the endless activity of sailing boats coming and going.
Brunel's Cycle Track
- Cycle or walk the Brunel Track - along the old railway built by Neyland's founder - Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Pets welcome.
- Pembroke - with its very well preserved medieval castle (birthplace of Henry VII) which hosts lots of events throughout the year - is a fascinating small historic town with a mill pond, individual shops, pubs and restaurants.
- Do visit The Corn Store - stylish modern furniture, lamps etc - and its coffee shop (lovely lunches) overlooking the picturesque mill pond and at the top of the town perhaps the largest antique centre in Pembrokeshire.
St Brides Bay Pembrokeshire
- Lots to discover - the soft, golden, sandy beaches of St Brides Bay, Dale and Marloes Peninsula, and the rugged beauty of the St Davids Peninsula. Dogs are welcome all year round on many beaches, some allow restricted access only during the summer months.
- Golfers are well catered for, there are theme and adventure parks for all the family and glorious gardens - don't miss Upton Castle with its waterside walk, Victorian rose garden, fabulous arboretum and stunning unique medieval chapel.
Luxury Haven Waterway holiday home for holidays beside the water at Burton Pembrokeshire
- Enjoy memorable Pembrokeshire holidays at any time of year in this comfortable stylish new luxury waterside home. Pets are welcome too.