The historic town of Pembroke dates back over 900 years and is most famous for its 13th Century Castle and surrounding mill pond. Pembroke Castle is one of the most complete Norman castles in the UK and was the birthplace of Henry VII, the founder of the Tudor dynasty. A textbook medieval central street heads east from the Castle where you'll find a variety of shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants.
There are a variety of different properties situated in and around the Pembroke area which all vary in age and style. There are still many historic buildings inspired by the architecture of the Castle in Pembroke, with more traditional built terrace properties originally designed for Naval Officers and Waterway Serviceman situated in Pembroke Dock. Surrounding villages such as Freshwater East, Lamphey and Milton still retain their traditional estate properties and farm workers cottages. Many of Pembrokeshire’s finest coastal attractions and award winning beaches such as Barafundle Bay, Bosherston Lilly Ponds and Broadhaven South are all just a short drive away!