Pembrokeshire (View on a map )
SYBIL WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM June 2020
*** Visit Wales ‘Quality Assurance Accreditation for Glamping’ and ‘Gold Award’ for excellent quality. ***
Luxury twin beds.
Luxury en-suite walk-in shower room.
Tea and coffee making facilities. There are plenty of cafes, restaurants and shops close by. *** Welcome pack - wine & luxury local truffles ***
Wi-Fi is available at this property.
Heating and Lighting
Mains electric and heating.
1 dog welcome (£25 per stay). Please bring own bedding.
Grounds and Nearby
Small private deck with seating overlooking the marina.
Parking is around 50 yards away (ramp at the far end of the harbour for accessibility needs)
Check in from 16:00 and check out by 10:00
Milford Haven Train Station is less than half a mile away.
Each self-contained cabin sleeps 2 guests in comfort and is equipped with high-quality fittings and furnishings throughout. What's Included:
- King size bed with crisp, white linen
- Two comfortable armchairs
- En suite shower room with a heated towel rail and shaver points
- Private balcony with a table and two chairs
- Smart TV
- USB charging points
- Mini chiller
- Fluffy robes for use during your stay
- Blankets to use on your balcony
- Blackout curtains for a restful night’s sleep
- Cups, saucers and glasses for use during your stay
- Welsh Brew tea and coffee
- Cole & Co toiletries
- Free WiFi
Sybil is finished with cushions and throws woven in Pembrokeshire at Melin Tregwynt. The design is Knot Garden in Lagoon and is symbolic of our wonderful waterway.
All Floatel Cabin guests receive a welcome gift of handmade chocolates from Trwffl, as well as a £10 voucher to be used in participating restaurants and cafes at Milford Waterfront, with our compliments.
The history of Sybil in Milford Haven
Sybil was the name of the very first vessel to enter Milford Docks when it opened in 1888, heralding the beginning of the fishing industry here. Trawler owners from ports all around the British coast were quick to spot the advantages of fishing from Milford, with its proximity to good fishing grounds, sheltered anchorage and direct rail links to London and other centres where fish could be marketed. Soon the fishing industry here was booming, and the prosperity from it fuelled further developments in the town.
A famous Great Western Railway poster campaign in the 1920s promoted “Milford Haven – where fish comes from” and throughout the first half of the 20th Century, Milford residents boasted that each weekday was a pay-day, as fishermen spent their earnings in the town. The original covered fish market spanned from the location of Sybil today all the way across the quay to just opposite Milford Haven Museum, and legend has it that you could walk from one side of the docks to the other across the trawlers!
Today, Milford Haven is still Wales’ largest fishing port, and home to the local in-shore fleet, as well as Spanish and Belgian trawlers. It’s safe to say that our town was built on fish, and there are lots of fish dishes on the menus at Milford Waterfront for you to sample during your stay.
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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