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Haverfordwest, Wales

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Charles Street, Milford Haven, SA73

Our ref: # 23688

A variety of different serviced office opportunities are available at this facility in Milford Haven in Pembrokshire, southwest Wales. The offices can be rented on the basis of very flexible...

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Area Information

The county town of Pembrokeshire in Wales, Haverfordwest is a bustling town and the administrative centre of the area. The town is only a few miles away from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only coastal national park in the UK. Haverfordwest enjoys a long history and was developed around the historic Haverfordwest Castle. The modern day town has become something of a commercial and retail hub in the locality with a range of modern facilities and amenities. The town has been home to a number of famous people over the years, including Rhys Ifans, Fiona Phillips, Christian Bale, and Madness front man Suggs.

Business Information

Over recent years, there has been a lot of development in the town, which has seen a rising number of shops and retailers setting up here. Retail giants such as Marks & Spencer have already opened and there are plans for a Debenham’s store to open in the near future. Other businesses that have commercial and office space in the town include Alderwicks Soft Drinks, KKL Couriers, TMP Wales Ltd, and JVR Development Ltd.

Entertainment And Dining Out

There are a number of entertainment options within easy reach in this town. A fun family day out can be enjoyed at the Pembrokeshire Falconry or you can let the kids enjoy time at Merlin’s Magic play centre. The coastal national park is a stone’s throw from the town, so outdoor recreation and adventure is always around the corner. If you want to dine out, you will have a number of options available. For great Spanish food you can head to Casa Maria or try the Taj Mahal for excellent Indian cuisine. If you want to sample traditional Welsh food you should head to the Griffin Inn.

Transport Information

Rail links for commuters in the town are provided via Haverfordwest railway station, which operates on the West Wales Line. The town is also well served by buses and taxis and with its position at the junction of the A40, A4076, and A487, Haverfordwest provides convenient road links for drivers to benefit from.

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