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4 guests1 bedroom1 bed1.5 bathrooms

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Our apartment is situated overlooking Pembroke Castle & is a short walk from the Mill Pond & all of the Shops, Bars & Cafe's. Pembroke is close to lots of award winning beaches, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Oakwood Theme Park & Temby with St Davids (the smallest city in the UK) a little further up the coast. The apartment is bright a spacious with a large fitted double bedroom with and en-suite Bathroom. It would suit couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, and small families.

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Our apartment comprises of a good size double bedroom which has a double bed, 2 bed side tables, a chest of drawers, fitted double wardrobes and has an en-suite bathroom with a bath and shower over. Off of the corridor there is also another washroom with WC. The main living area is open plan with a well stocked kitchen, glass dining table with 4 seats, the lounge area has a large comfortable sofa with views through to the Castle, two further chairs that pull out to become full size single beds. Through the double patio doors there is a large decked area where you will find a rattan table and chairs. There is also an allocated parking space which will fit a family saloon and trailer. This is a modern apartment building which has a lift and is wheelchair friendly.

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Our apartment is situated overlooking Pembroke Castle & is a short walk from the Mill Pond & all of the Shops, Bars & Cafe's. Pembroke is close to lots of award winning beaches, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Oakwood Theme Park & Temby with St Davids (the smallest city in the UK) a little further up the coast. The apartment is bright a spacious with a large fitted double bedroom with and en-suite Bathroom. It would suit co…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed

Amenities

Lift
Free parking on premises
Wifi
Kitchen
Iron
Hangers
TV
Dryer
Hair dryer
Washing machine

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Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

The town of Pembroke is steeped in history, dating back to the 11th century when Arnulf of Mongomery raised an earth and timber fortification on the banks of the Pembroke River. Although something of an outpost, it was considered to be of sufficient strategic value to justify progressive strengthening over the next 150 years, the first stone structure on the site dating from the middle of the 13th Century. William de Valence, one time Mayor of Pembroke, is thought to have been responsible for girdling the town with walls at some time during this period.

It was while a guest of her brother-in-law, Jasper, at Pembroke Castle in 1457 that Margaret Beaufort, widow of Edmund Tudor, Earl of Richmond, gave birth to Henry Tudor.

He was to be the founder of a dynasty that was to have a profound effect on the course of history far beyond the confines of Wales.Prosperity developed in the Middle Ages with the establishment of the woollen trade, originating from the activities of Flemish immigrants, but by the 16th Century it had declined.

Pembroke came into prominence during the Civil War when, in 1648, John Poyer, Mayor of the town declared for the King in spite of strong local support for the Parliament. Together with a group of sympathisers, Poyer occupied the Castle — by this time a formidable stronghold, and eventually surrendered after prolonged bargaining, but not before Cromwell’s men had laid siege to the town with artillery and inflicted much damage.

Arguably, the main contribution of the Industrial Revolution was the railway, which had already done much to open up communication in rural areas of Britain and which reached Pembroke as a standard gauge line from Tenby in 1863. Connection with one of the arteries of Brunel’s broad gauge Great Western Railway at Whitland was made a few years later.
The town of Pembroke is steeped in history, dating back to the 11th century when Arnulf of Mongomery raised an earth and timber fortification on the banks of the Pembroke River. Although something of an outpost…

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