Westfield Pill Nature Reserve
Westfield Pill Nature Reserve – A short walk away

Quiet rural setting with attractions nearby

Milton Oak Cottage is in a central location in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside – plenty of attractions and activities for all tastes from gentle walks to action-packed water sports. There are many walks from the cottage or miles of coastal path to explore with spectacular coastal scenery.

Although the location is quiet, it is only a couple of miles from the Haven waterway and Neyland Marina which is a safe location for watersports, sailing and wildlife expeditions. The Brunel cycleway can be joined just over a mile from the cottage.

Burton - View of Cleddau Bridge
Cleddau Bridge and waterway from Burton beach

Beaches and Castles in abundance

The picturesque hamlet of Burton is only a mile away, with a waterside family pub, The Jolly Sailor, serving good food in a picturesque setting.

Approximately 10 miles in one direction are Tenby and Saundersfoot, both with pretty Harbours and long sandy beaches. In the other direction, around 8 miles away, is Milford Haven, which is a small working port, but also busy with pleasure and fishing boats plus a marina with restaurants and shops to browse.

Pembrokeshire has impressive castles galore and plenty of family attractions, all within a few miles and to suit all tastes.

Strumble Head - Pembrokeshire Coast
Strumble Head – Pembrokeshire Coast

Spectacular coastal scenery

Pembrokeshire has the only Coastal National Park in the UK designated primarily for its coastline. The park’s coastal path is 186 miles (299 km) long and gives access to spectacular views and the chance to see fascinating wildlife – seabirds, seals, dolphins.

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