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*** Visit Wales â€˜Quality Assurance Accreditation for Glamping' and â€˜Gold Award' for excellent quality. ***
Luxury double bed.
Luxury en-suite shower room.
Tea and coffee making facilities. There are plenty of cafes, restaurants, and shops close by. You are also given a welcome pack which includes a Â£10 voucher & luxury local truffles.
Wi-Fi is available at this property.
Heating and Lighting
Mains electric and heating.
Grounds and Nearby
Small private deck with seating overlooking the marina.
Parking is around 50 yards away.
Check in from 17:30 and check out by 09:30These are recommended check-in/out times to allow Covid-19 sanitisation, earlier/later times may be available by request with the owner
Milford Marina is just a short, level walk from Milford Haven Train Station
Each self-contained cabin sleeps 2 guests in comfort and is equipped with high-quality fittings and furnishings throughout.
The history of Nantucket in Milford Haven
Nantucket, an isolated island off the coast of Massachusetts, is the home Milford Haven's forefathers left to establish a whaling station 3,000 miles away across the Atlantic Ocean, here in the south west corner of Wales.
In 1793 Sir William Hamilton engaged Sir Charles Greville, a politician and something of an entrepreneur, to establish a settlement on his lands north of the Daugleddau river. Greville wrote to the Nantucketers and offered them the opportunity to embark upon a new whaling enterprise here, to supply the growing demand for whale oil to service an increase in street lighting. Between May and July of that year, seven Quaker-whaler families from Nantucket set sail for Pembrokeshire.
The success of the whaling station was short-lived, and by 1800 Milford Haven had become a Royal Naval Dockyard, and by 1888 a fish docks. Nevertheless, the families from Nantucket left a lasting legacy which lives on to the present day, with many streets and locations carrying their names, including Starbuck and Bunker. Our Quaker-whaler founders were a formative part of our historic haven.
Being located at Milford Waterfront, guests staying in the Floatel Cabins will be surrounded by a fantastic selection of cafes, restaurants and boutique shops, as well as attractions such as Milford Haven Museum, Phoenix Bowl, Discover Coast & Cleddau Boat Trips and a calendar packed with events throughout the year. Visit the Milford Waterfront website to see what's here and what's on when you #visitmilfordhaven
Milford Haven is a charming port town in the heart of Pembrokeshire, which offers a variety of shops, events, galleries, theatres, museums, and more. Where the River Cleddau meets the sea, this naturally deep harbour has been used for many centuries underlying its importance in local history.
Milford Waterfront's quayside location is a gorgeous stretch of shops, cafes, and restaurants that sit alongside the marina with an abundance of beautiful yachts and boats to look at. Take a boat trip to see some of Pembrokeshire's hidden coves and flourishing coastal wildlife. Visit the renowned Skomer Island and see Puffins, Manx Shearwaters and variety of nesting sea birds, while the turquoise waters are frequented by Seals, Porpoises and the Cardigan Bay Dolphins.
Pembrokeshire is renowned for its breathtaking expanse of pristine coastline - voted the 2nd best in the world by National Geographic. There is a huge variety of beaches, craggy coves, hidden caves, and some truly inspirational coastal walks. There are many blue flag beaches offering ultra-clean, (but often cold!) waters, which are popular for coasteering, surfing, and swimming, particularly in the summer months.
Along the East coast, some of the more popular beaches include Tenby, Freshwater, Saundersfoot, Barafundle Bay or Stackpole Quay, while to the West visit Marloes, Dale, Broad Haven, Newgale, Whitesands, Abereiddy or the Blue Lagoon. There are numerous small beaches and hidden coves all around Pembrokeshire if you're looking for a bit more seclusion.
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