Bed & Breakfasts Worth Their Salt

Stay for the weekend and enjoy a Full Welsh Breakfast!

The Milford Haven Waterway is in direct competition with many other areas of outstanding natural beauty throughout the country, so it should come as no surprise that the region’s hospitality trade is one that is constantly updating and evolving to keep up with modern trends.

Whilst areas like the Forest of Bowland and Blackpool might still rely on more archaic forms of accommodation such as caravan parks or static caravan sites, Milford Haven does not have to rely on advertising residential park homes for sale to sustain tourism in the region.

A dynamic community of B&B owners keep the spirit of traditional hospitality alive whilst constantly innovating to ensure that the are remains competitive with the rest of the country:

Angle Bay B&B

On the outer rim of the Milford Haven Waterway lies Angle Bay B&B, a well presented Bed & Breakfast that puts you in the centre of the Pembrokeshire National Park, not to being mention just a stone’s throw away from Angle Bay itself, a beautifully serene cul-de-sac of the Milford Haven Waterway. Their locally sourced cooked breakfast highlights the very best of what the region has to offer with fresh local eggs and seaweed gathered from Freshwater Beach.

How much? From £65-90 per night for a double room
Telephone: 01646 641394
Address: Kilnback
Angle Village
SA71 5AN

Heart of Oak Inn B&B

There are always plenty of beds to spare at the Heart of Oak, that’s not because their service is bad it’s simply because they have so many rooms. There are plenty of places to stay in Milford Haven, but if you’re looking for a comfortable bed that won’t set you back a fortune then the Heart of Oak Inn is the place for you. One thing to bear in mind though is that you’ll need to rise early if you want to make the most of their breakfast as it’s served between 6:30-7:30am.

How much? From £25 per person per night
Telephone: 01646 698760
Address: Lower Hill Street
Milford Haven
SA73 3LR

Lakeland Guesthouse

Set within an acre of landscaped gardens and looking out over the port of Pembroke, the Lakeland Guesthouse is an ideal choice for visitors to Milford Haven Waterway who are looking for a place with a view. The guesthouse is closely situated to the ferry port whilst being secluded enough to provide you with enough seclusion from the busy thoroughfare of the nearby dock yard. This 3-star luxury accommodation is well-suited for families and large groups as there are 14 rooms here which all come complete with their own bathrooms.

How much? From £45 per person for a single room
Telephone: 01646 687274
Address: 4 St. Patrick’s Hill
Pembroke Dock
SA72 6XQ

Broadside B&B

Haverfordwest might be the most populous town in Pembrokeshire, but that doesn’t mean that you should miss it out on your trip through the Milford Haven Waterway! Dale is the ideal village to stay which puts you within a stone’s throw of the town whilst still providing you with easy access to the water and a bit of peace and quiet. Broadside B&B is a great base for any expeditions out to the nearby Skomer Island, there are also some great spots for diving nearby.

How much? From £40 per night for a double room
Telephone: 01646 636492
Address: 67 Blue Anchor Way
SA62 3RJ

Eating Out…On The Marina

Moor up in Milford Haven Marina for a bite to eat…

After a long day on the water you’ll want to get some food in you, thankfully the town of Milford Haven has all that you need in terms of variety and quality. This is a bustling marine town full of colourful characters who have set up shop. If you’re looking for Chinese food, then you’re in luck as there’s a thriving Asian community here who have opened many new restaurants and takeaways for you to eat from.

These are our favourite place to eat out in Milford Haven:

The Harbourmaster


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Offering a chilled out environment with lovely views of the marina, this bar and restaurant was winner of the Pembrokeshire Produce Award signifying its commitment to serving food made with local produce. Seafood dishes are made with the local catches from Welsh Seafoods Milford Haven, meat comes from Andrew Rees of Narbeth Butchers and vegetable come courtesy of Robeston Cross.



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Hip, trendy and informal: Foam offers a relaxing environment to enjoy an evening of grazing and drinking. The menu here boasts a number of left-field food options including some truly sensational tapas and a wide range of gin-based drinks. Booking is advisable, especially if you’re choosing to come for their popular afternoon tea or breakfast – ideal if you’re staying in the Marina for a few nights.

Martha’s Vineyard


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Another restaurant that prizes the use of locally sourced food above all else, Martha’s Vineyard serves food that has mostly travelled less than 10 miles to get from the farm to table. They serve a good range of wholesome dishes that showcase the high-quality meat that is produced locally, as well as the excellent fish that is pulled from the waterway every day by local fishermen. There are plenty of vegetarian options as well.

The Crow’s Nest Cafe


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For unfussy eaters and fans of old fashioned customer service The Crow’s Nest Cafe is a veritable safe haven of home comforts. Homemade cakes (including gluten free options) sit alongside an ever changing selection of specials including classic dishes such as Steak Sandwiches, Lamb & Mint Burger and Fish & Chips. The prices here are affordable, the tea is always well brewed and you’ll find none of the pretension that you might experience at other establishments on the Marina.

Watergardens Sea View Chinese Restaurant

There’s a good selection of Chinese restaurants in Milford Haven to pick from but we think the Watergardens Sea View Restaurant comes at the top of the pile. Typically reviewed as the best Chinese in town, the restaurant here offers some great views of the sea making it great option for any couples looking for a romantic place to dine for the evening. If you don’t fancy leaving your boat or home for the weekend then you can always order takeaway from them instead!