Pembroke Dock is located in the Pembrokeshire region in Wales and it’s in close proximity to River Cleddau known as the ‘secret waterway’. The town is known for its significant maritime history and its links to the Royal Navy. The town offers stunning scenery with beautiful riverside views and the Victorian style of building architecture is believed to be captivating. Beyond its historical allure, Pembroke Dock boasts breathtaking coastal beauty and there are ample opportunities to bask in the nature’s tranquillity.
Accommodation in Pembroke Dock accommodates multiple guests as these are large houses, all come fully furnished and with equipped kitchens and many more amenities for a stress-free and comfortable stay. Holiday serviced accommodation in Pembroke Dock is open to those looking for a relaxing getaway or if you are on a business trip in the town.
Why Choose Key Sleeps
With Key Sleeps’ serviced accommodation you can lay back and relax as our booking process is hassle free. Our Pembroke Dock accommodation is suitable for all guests as it comes fully furnished and provides a fully equipped kitchen alongside all of the needed amenities for a home-like atmosphere. We provide you with the option to stay for short-term or long-term periods depending on your needs and we are flexible if you wish to extend your stay. Our aim is to meet all your expectations throughout your stay for a peaceful break. Check out our properties!
Getting Around Pembroke Dock
Travelling to Pembroke Dock is easy, there are various options available, the A477 leads into the town and is easily accessible from other locations with connection to the M4 towards cities like Swansea and Cardiff. The closest Airport is in Cardiff, 2 hours away by car and provides international travel to multiple destinations. While in the town, you can benefit from a well connected bus service. Pembroke Dock also has its own train station which is connected to nearby towns.
Things to do in Pembrokeshire
There are plenty of things to do and attractions to visit in Pembroke Dock. Pembroke Castle is mesmerising and its architecture design is unique, with plenty of mediaeval history, it’s a must see. Take a walk alongside the Barafundle Bay which offers an amazing view. St Govan’s Chapel will take you through some steep steps and once you’re through the chapel, you will be climbing some rocks to a stunning view where you can capture beautiful pictures. And don’t forget to explore the fascinating Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre which is full of history. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is available for those who love outdoor activities as you can walk or ride your bike and benefit from the beautiful coastal atmosphere and if you want to make the most of wildlife and scenery, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is the right place to experience this. The warm hospitality of the community adds an extra layer of warmth and charm to your visit.
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Working in Pembrokeshire
There are plenty of industries thriving in Pembroke Dock with the town’s maritime and naval sector playing a key role in the local economy. Due to being located at the seaside, the town has seen multiple renewable energy organisations growing in the past few years, contributing to the development and growth of the green energy industry. Pembroke Dock also welcomes startups by offering and fostering the entrepreneurial spirit. Over the years, Pembroke Dock has experienced a range of diversified job opportunities across various industries such as tourism, maritime, engineering and manufacturing.
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