W09: Neyland

Grid Reference: SM959152
SatNav Co-ordinates: N 51.70525°, W 04.94373°
Nearest postcode SA73 1LS


Neyland has wide views over the river and a long history as a sea port. Neyland marina is located just beneath the imposing road bridge which brings the main A477 away from the Cleddau toll Bridge. Westfield Pill at the top of the marina has two fish passes which enable migratory fish to travel up the Rosemarket stream. Neyland town itself is full of history, with interpretation panels at the water’s edge telling the history of the coming of the Brunel railway and the old ferry which used to cross the river to Hobbs Point on the opposite bank. The Cleddau bridge itself is an impressive gateway for the Milford Haven estuary. Once described by Admiral Nelson as the greatest natural harbour in the UK, the Milford Haven waterway has seen whaling, fishing and naval activities come and go over the last few centuries.



Neyland Quay is located on the water front, beyond the town centre.



The footpaths and walkways at Neyland Quay and Westfield Pill Nature Reserve are paved and stoned and easily accessible. The route of the old Neyland railway is now a cyclepath leading to Haverfordwest.



There is a café and chandlery at Neyland Quay, and toilets, shops and cafés in Neyland town centre.


Activities and Places of Interest nearby

View the interpretation panels on a walk around Neyland Quay while enjoying the views offered of the Haven and its busy shipping traffic. The panels tell the story of the Brunel railway and Neyland’s history as a sea port. Take a walk or cycle through Westfield Pill Nature Reserve, which is managed by the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales.


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The Cleddau Trail Map

The Pembrokeshire Rivers Trust Cleddau Trail takes you on two 'Source to Sea' river journeys. Follow the Western Cleddau Trail to discover unspoilt natural habitats, home to migratory salmon and sewin, kingfishers and other wildlife. The Eastern Cleddau Trail follows the flow of Pembrokeshire's rainwater as it becomes drinking water.


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