Hospitality & Tourism


Pembrokeshire is a perfect destination. Its world-class beaches, National Park and a magnificent waterway make it a sought after holiday spot.

We are investing in our Hospitality and Tourism services to create opportunities for Pembrokeshire's business community.


Looking for a great day out?

Milford Waterfront

Milford Waterfront is creating new opportunities for hospitality and tourism focused businesses.


Milford Waterfront is creating opportunities for hospitality and tourism businesses. 

A vibrant visitor destination attracting over 100,000 visitors annually, Milford Waterfront has an exciting range of independent businesses showcasing the best of Pembrokeshire with its vibrant cafe culture atmosphere and boutique shopping. With an art gallery, bowling, museum, onsite leisure facilities and a sparkling events calendar, Milford Waterfront has become one of Pembrokeshire's most popular places to visit. It's also well connected with good road and rail connectivity, and has an onsite marina welcoming guests from around the world. 

It's the ideal home for your business.

Working together

We've been working alongside exciting local and national businesses to attract more visitors to Milford Waterfront.

We'd love to talk to you more about working together and to see how your business can benefit.

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Boutiques and Eateries

Milford Waterfront has become home to a wide range of independent shops and eateries. It's also home to the new Tŷ Hotel helping attract even more people to Milford Haven.

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Adventure central

We work with great local businesses to ensure our visitors to Milford Waterfront keep coming back.

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Exciting events

Our exciting events calendar is creating opportunities for pop up vendors, festival organisers and businesses across the hospitality and tourism sector.

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Helping your business grow

We'd love to hear from you about the business opportunities at Milford Waterfront.

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Marine leisure

Our marina could be the right home for your business.

Looking for a marina berth?

Does your business deliver services for marine leisure users? Our busy year-round marina could be your ideal home.


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We have a range of retail and hospitality units ideally suited to businesses looking to reach out to marine leisure customers. 


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Helping your marine leisure business grow

We'd love to hear from you about the business opportunities around Milford Marina.


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From world-renowned castles to a stunning coastal National Park, there can be no better port of call than the beautiful Milford Haven Waterway. With so much to see and do, visitors are spoilt for choice.

What you can expect

We are setting new standards for west coast cruise ports by offering the highest levels of expertise, safety and security across all aspects of passenger shipping operations. We provide professional, cost-effective services whilst consistently caring for and promoting the quality of the environment in which it operates.

Vessels up to 160m LOA can lie alongside at Pembroke Port, only ten minutes from historic Pembroke Castle, while larger vessels up to 220m LOA are safely anchored on Milford Shelf, from where it is a short tender trip to the old docks and the bustling marina and restaurants of Milford Haven.

The Port of Milford Haven is a member of Cruise Europe, Cruise Wales, Cruise Britain and CLIA UK and Ireland (Cruise Lines International Association).

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Our facilities

  • Berthing: Capable of accommodating vessels of up to 220 metres at Milford Shelf and up to 160m on the berth at Pembroke Port. 

  • Tug: prices available on request.

  • Access to ship repair, engineering, waste management, supplies, ISPS, and with bunkering and freshwater both accessible at Pembroke Port.

  • Quayside: All weather facility (temporary) with local information available (and relevant translators if required).

  • Courtesy Shuttle Coach: Transporting guests and crew into the nearby town of Milford Haven and around the various attractions at Milford Marina if vessels anchor at Milford Shelf; and the nearby town centre of Pembroke if at Pembroke Port.

  • Warm Welsh Welcome: with a musical accompaniment such as a Welsh Harpist on arrival or during afternoon tea.

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What your visitors can explore

The beautiful county of Pembrokeshire features Britain’s only coastal national park. With over 50 beaches, 51 forts and castles, 186 miles of coastal walks and an array of beautiful wildlife there are plenty of things to do in Pembrokeshire; whatever the weather.

Some of the most popular local excursions include:

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