Haverfordwest Holiday Lettings - take a well deserved time out
Haverfordwest is a town rich in cultural heritage and beautiful landscapes, located in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales. While not the largest town in Pembrokeshire, Haverfordwest is the most densely populated and is the central administrative hub of this part of Wales. Haverfordwest, located close to the Celtic Trail, is a great base for access to the Preseli Hills and St. Brides Bay. The town has one of Pembrokeshire’s greatest local history museums and is home to four parish churches and several fine Georgian buildings. The town plays host to an award winning farmers’ market and features a wide range of eating and drinking establishments.
Haverfordwest is home to the oldest cricket club Wales has to offer. In addition, the town features football, rugby, bowling and tennis clubs and is where one the best golf courses in the county is situated. This grants tourists staying in Haverfordwest holiday rentals the chance to enjoy supporting the local sports teams while spending time in the town.
Haverfordwest Cottage Rentals - discover the Welsh charm of Haverfordwest
Haverfordwest boasts countless wonderful choirs including men’s choirs, ladies’ choirs and mixed choirs. The town is where the Welsh dance group, the Glancleddau Dancers, are based. Tourists are therefore guaranteed to enjoy great entertainment during their time in Haverfordwest holiday cottages. Tourists and locals are never far from beautiful beaches when in Haverfordwest. Aside from beaches, the town offers riverside walks both in the town itself and in the surrounding countryside. For those interested in the history of Haverfordwest, the historic Haverfordwest Castle can be found in the region. St. David’s Cathedral is located just half an hour away from the majority of Haverfordwest holiday homes.
Haverfordwest is ideally situated to explore the only coastal National Park in Britain. The stunning coastline can be seen in all its glory from the Coast Path, an elected National Trail, running 186 miles from Amroth to St. Dogmael's. The rugged landscape of this route presents a physical challenge to the most experienced of walkers. However, the region offers shorter, easier walks, as well as a Puffin Shuttle bus, to suit those who are unable to manage the trail in its entirety. The trail is a famous spot in which to spot seal and seabird colonies. Wild flowers flourish here in the temperate climate and provide tourists with some perfect photo opportunities. For children staying in Haverfordwest holiday rentals, Oakwood Theme Park is the place to visit. Go-karting centres, bowling facilities, cinemas and theatres, and outward bound centres circle the town, providing ample entertainment for families. Looking for a charming holiday a little further afield? Take a look at Belgium Holiday Homes.