The Shores Self-Catering Holiday Apartment

About The Shores Self-Catering Holiday Apartment

A break at The Shores provides the perfect base from which to explore all that Pembrokeshire has to offer!

You’ll be able to admire the ever changing panoramic views of the Milford Haven Waterway, and watch the comings and goings of a mix of vessels from ships and tugs, to pleasure craft and even the occasional cruise ship during the summer. Embracing our strong link with the sea, you’ll find subtle hints that form part of our deep connection to the stunning waterway throughout this modern house. Located above Foam, a vibrant restaurant with waterway views, you can soak up the atmosphere from your private balcony overlooking the popular venue, or walk down to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or even an evening cocktail – it can get busy in the evenings so there could be some sounds from down below, but this shouldn’t interfere with your relaxing stay. The Shores is the perfect place to enjoy the warm sun on the balcony in the summer, and to relax in comfort in front of the fire during the winter. The fully equipped kitchen has everything you need for those evenings that you’re not sampling the range of fantastic places to eat in Milford Haven and further afield.

The beautiful scenery and wildlife of the waterway can be accessed from the slipway right outside the property. If you’d like to bring your own kayak there is room to store this, so please let us know when you book.

Formed by a ria, or drowned valley, the waterway is one of the deepest natural harbours in the world and the UK’s largest energy port. Discover the natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire coastline from the water and look out for seasonal wildlife such as puffins, dolphins and porpoises around Skomer Island, or seals and shelducks at the upper reaches of the River Cleddau.

For cycling enthusiasts, the apartment is well located to discover the county by bike. The Haven of Heritage Trail gives a flavour of the rich maritime heritage of both Milford Haven and Pembroke Dock, from Quaker-whaling times and a bustling fishing docks to the development of modern industries and waterside leisure facilities including a 300 berth, 4 gold anchor marina.

Milford Haven is home to a great selection of cafes and restaurants serving a true taste of our county; shops and galleries selling local works of art and crafts, and the latest fashions; a healthy selection of beauty and wellbeing businesses to look after your mind, body and soul; and delicious handmade chocolates and locally landed fish which you can buy to take back and enjoy at The Shores.

Guests receive a warm Welsh welcome with handmade chocolates from Trwffl, a £10 voucher for use in participating restaurants and cafes at Milford Waterfront, as well as individual bottles of locally-produced hand sanitiser from Cinnamon Grove Gin, with our compliments.

Cost

£ - £ B&B per person per night

Stay Friday to Friday from £693, Friday to Monday from £450 or Monday to Friday from £496.

Additional Information

Open all year.

Price Info:

Stay Friday to Friday from £693, Friday to Monday from £450 or Monday to Friday from £496.

Facilities:

  • Wifi Internet Access

Special Offers

£10 voucher for use in restaurants and cafes at Milford Waterfront

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Guests receive a warm Welsh welcome with handmade chocolates from Trwffl and a £10 voucher for use in participating restaurants and cafes at Milford Waterfront.

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