A location to please all tastes
Whether you want laid-back relaxation , gentle or challenging activity, fancy just sight-seeing and exploring or are looking to combine business with pleasure, Albion House is perfectly positioned to satisfy most people. Below are just some of the things to see and visit, to do and enjoy and even some local places to eat and drink that we think you might appreciate.
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SOME OTHER THINGS TO VISIT, SEE AND DO
Idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary, this mighty fortress is largely intact, and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great fun to explore, plus there are super exhibitions, which tell the tale of its medieval life. Once the seat of a succession of major barons who played leading roles in shaping Britain's history, this historic showpiece is the birthplace of Henry Tudor, father to the infamous Henry VIII and grandfather of Elizabeth I.
LAMPHEY BISHOPS PALACE
Life couldn’t have been that hard for the medieval bishops of St Davids. These worldly, wealthy, influential men enjoyed their home comforts – as you’ll see when you wander around Lamphey’s palatial grounds, mainly the work of the dynamic Henry de Gower, bishop of St Davids from 1328 to 1347. The bishops used Lamphey as a country retreat.
MILFORD HAVEN MUSEUM
The Museum is housed in one of the oldest buildings in Milford Haven. Designed by Swansea architect, Jernigan, it was built in 1797 for the storage of whale oil awaiting transhipment for sale in London. The museum illustrates the history of the major industries which the town has been home to.
With 300 sheltered berths, a boatyard providing hard storage for up to 150 boats and marine service businesses on-site, Milford Marina is a vibrant berthing location for yachts, motor boats and all leisure water craft. The Milford Haven Waterway offers fantastic boating adventures, and the perfect base from which to explore the world-renowned Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, known for stunning coastal scenery, beaches and outdoor adventures.
CWM DERI VINEYARD
A chance to stroll through a vineyard in our home climate is rare, and to be able to do it surrounded by the beauty of the Pembrokeshire National Park makes Cwm Deri a unique attraction. Cwm Deri Estate is a working smallholding, which first opened to the public in 1992 and the vineyard is now one of Wales' foremost visitor attractions. For the very best of Pembrokeshire produce, whether it's wine, liqueurs, alcohol-free wines, preserves, cheese, cakes or ice cream, Cwm Deri has something to appeal to all the family, whatever their age.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, is a designated National Trail renowned for its stunning scenery. The path is a 86-mile long walking route but you don't have to do all of it in one go ! The scenery is breath taking because the trail is mostly at cliff-top level, with sweeping ascents and descents, golden beaches, private bays and amazing rock stacks below.
PEMBROKESHIRE COAST NATIONAL PARK
Our National Park is unique because it is the only one in the UK that is completely coastal. This gorgeous destination is perfect for wildlife lovers, hikers, and cyclists.
OAKWOOD THEME PARK
Whether it’s an adrenaline-fuelled experience or a magical adventure, Oakwood Theme Park has thrills for all. Oakwood boasts fun for the whole family – toddler friendly rides, fast thrills and spills (including the UK’s favourite wooden roller coaster – Megafobia).
PEMBROKESHIRE ISLAND BOAT TRIPS
Boat Tours around the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline and offshore islands. Operated by Dale Sailing Company. Pembrokeshire’s offshore islands are famous for their incredible natural beauty and fantastic array of wildlife above and below the surface.
STACKPOLE WALLED GARDEN
A stroll around the historic Stackpole Walled Gardens on the National Trust estate at Stackpole in Pembrokeshire offers a glimpse into a bygone age with gorgeous gardens, plants and fresh produce you can buy from the Garden Shop.
PEMBROKSHIRE SURF SCHOOL
Established in 2018, Pembrokeshire Surf School offers a range of surf training for beginners, intermediate and advanced, and qualifications for aspiring and professional surfers.
WEST WALES WATER SPORTS
The mile-wide Dale Bay is great for beginners & thrill seekers alike: Sailing, Powerboating, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Raft-building, Kayaking & Windsurfing. Book a trip to the islands of Skomer, Skokholm or Grassholm for wildlife!
SOME OTHER PLACES TO EAT AND DRINK WE THINK YOU MIGHT ENJOY
THE FERRY INN
The Ferry Inn is an Award-Winning Riverside Pub & Restaurant in Saint Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire with views over the River Teifi. Offering extraordinary estuary and countryside views, which can be seen from the multiple outside terraces and restaurant dining areas. Everyone is welcome: Couples, Families, Dogs, Muddy Boots, etc! A gastropub fayre in a casual, relaxed atmosphere is also offere.
THE SEVEN SPICE
The Seven Spice is a surprisingly busy and tasty Indian restaurant close to the local Tesco. The menu of Indian cuisine under the direction of the popular chef is wonderful here. The recipe for success of this restaurant is its nicely cooked lamb saag, chicken tikka and king prawns. Good beer will make your meal better and you'll surely come back. At Seven Spice, visitors may drink good coffee.
This fast food specializes in Chinese cuisine. China Garden provides nicely cooked prawns and tasty spring rolls. This place is famous for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Democratic prices are what you are to pay for your meal.
THE BREWERY INN
Located in the picturesque village of Cosheston. The beer garden is a fantastic suntrap for an evening drink and the surrounding beauty of compliments the relaxed atmosphere perfectly. Offering real food, prepared and cooked fresh to order by the kitchen team using the very best local and British produce.
THE SHIPWRIGHT INN
The Shipwright Inn is a lovely little pub on the estuary with a marine atmosphere,
It over looks the Dock so you can have a drink and a meal whilst you enjoy the ships and sea.
FIRST & LAST
Small, friendly, single-bar local in the same family for the last 50 years. The guest beer range from local to national The walls display an eclectic mix of photos and prints. Food is good value pub fare. Formerly the Commercial, the pub acquired its current more distinctive name in 1991 to reflect its edge-of-town location. It is handy for the Cleddau Bridge giving easy access to Haverfordwest and the beaches and other attractions of west and north Pembrokeshire. The Sunday evening quiz has to be experienced.
Albion House is located Albion Square, Pembroke Dock SA72 6XE Wales. It is situated just a 3 minute walk from the centre of Pembroke Dock and only just over a mile away from the beautiful town of Pembroke with its amazing Castle and Mill Pond, where Henry VI was born.
Travel west on the M4 until Junction 49 (Pont Abraham Services).
Take the second exit onto the A48 towards Carmarthen.
Once in Carmarthen, at the first roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto the A40 W towards St Clears. At the second roundabout, take the 1st exit, continuing on the A40.
At St Clears, Head west on Tenby Rd/A4066 toward Bryncaredig
Follow A477 to London Rd in Waterloo, Pembroke Dock
Continue on London Rd. Take A4139 to Albion Square/B4322
The Pembrokeshire Coast and surrounding area is well served by the rail network, with major stations at Tenby, Haverfordwest, and Fishguard.
Pembroke Train Station is a 10 minute walk to Albion House.
By Coach or Bus...
As well as local Pembrokeshire buses serving the National Park, various destinations along the Pembrokeshire Coast, such as Haverfordwest, Pembroke Dock, and Tenby are served by National Express and/or Megabus from London, Cardiff, Bristol, and several other destinations.