Lord Nelson

Address: Hamilton Terrace, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA73 2AW, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Hamilton Terrace, Milford Haven, is near Pembroke Castle, Skomer Island, Broadhaven Beach, and Old Point House.
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    Travel Blogs from Milford Haven

    Carew Castle

    A travel blog entry by dakegro on Jul 08, 2015

    13 photos

    ... within which lie low grassy footings of the later medieval service buildings. These were protected by a gatehouse, a wall and a massive rock-cut ditch. Excavations have shown that this ditch was in fact a recut of a much earlier one, dug as part of a defensive system cutting off the ridge in pre-Norman, perhaps Iron Age times.It is first mentioned in 1212, when for some reason, King John seized it for a short ...

    Kiln Park, Tenby 5/6 & 7 July

    A travel blog entry by susiwen on Jul 05, 2015

    5 photos

    ... a bottle !!) hopefully the weather will be kinder tomorrow for another explore......... Tuesday - woke up to very heavy rain. we wondered into Tenby with the intention of catching a train somewhere from the branch line, but the trains weren't plentiful and it would have taken over an hour to get to Carmarthen for example and decided not to go at £14 return.we had another shop in Tenby, got drenched but bought bait and dinner. during ...

    Exploring Wales

    A travel blog entry by gayle.mclister on Jul 03, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    For the last two days we have been travelling through the south of Wales. The scenery is very green and lush with some areas we have driven through looking more like tropical rainforests. Yesterday we had the usual four seasons in one day, but it finished with sunny skies. We stayed in a cliff top resort just out of Cardigan, which is the furthest point West on the West Coast of the UK. The rooms in the resort were old and in need of refurbishment, which they are in the process ...

    To the manor born...

    A travel blog entry by goneosagain on Jun 30, 2015

    1 photo

    ... relief when he went down another lane. When we finally found the shopping centre we were grateful for a car park, a close petrol station and grocery store. It is amazing how we take for granted how easy it is at home to find what you need in your local area. The towns here are not designed for cars at all. Later in the day we visited St David's which is Wales' smallest city. It has 1600 residents and a large Cathedral built by St. David who is the patron saint of Wales. We also ...

    On the road again...

    A travel blog entry by goneosagain on Jun 29, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... We were a bit worried about finding the pub as there seemed to be very few buildings and lots of empty space. There was a field with a few caravans and a very old toilet block and nothing else. (When I looked up things to do in this area, it listed this caravan park as a great place to stay. Mmmmm isn't tourism wonderful!). When we did find the pub our view to the beach was blocked by a huge mound of small ...