Travel Tips

By Road

The main access to the county from the east is via the M4 to junction 49 and then via the A48 to Carmarthen and the A40 west to St.Clears. As you come into Pembroke on the main road from St Clears, you’ll enter the north-east side of the town, via Holyland Road. Take the second exit on the roundabout at East End Square. Drive down Well Hill and right around the town walls (Commons Road) until you come around the full extent of the one-way system. Where the castle looms ahead of you, turn right once into Main Street. Stay in the right hand lane and drive down the Main Street. The apartment can be found in a mews between two gift shops, just a bit further along from Barclays Bank.
Travellers from the north Midlands and the north of England should head for Aberystwyth and follow the A487 southwards through Cardigan to Pembrokeshire.

Make sure you check the traffic before you set off

By Coach

National Express coaches directly serve the county daily, from London Victoria coach station and Heathrow Airport. The county is also served daily from Birmingham. Connections from all over the Midlands, north of England and Scotland are available via Birmingham. Full details of coach times and fares can be found at

By Rail

Rail services in the county are provided by Arriva Trains Wales. Great Western Trains serve Swansea from London Paddington where connections can be made with Arriva Trains for Pembrokeshire. Arriva Trains Wales services also provide direct services to Pembrokeshire from Manchester, Crewe, Shrewsbury, Hereford, Newport and Cardiff. Connections can be made at Cardiff with trains from Bristol and the west of England and Birmingham and the Midlands Full details can be found at

By Sea

The county has two ferry ports, both served from Rosslare Harbour in Ireland. Stenna Line Ferries sails from Fishguard and Irish Ferries sail from Port of Pembroke. Both routes operate twice daily throughout the year and the Stenna Line service is augmented during the summer months with sailings by fast ferry, giving up to four departures per day. and