Milford Waterfront Floatel Cabins

We’re excited to say “croeso” to four new additions at Milford Waterfront. Our custom-built Floatel Cabins will offer a restful retreat for visitors looking for overnight accommodation with a difference.

Surrounded by a wide selection of independent cafes, restaurants and shops at Milford Waterfront, the Floatel Cabins are a great place to relax and enjoy the local area, and a perfect base from which to explore Pembrokeshire.

Each self-contained cabin sleeps 2, with an en suite shower room, WiFi, a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, high quality furnishings and private balcony.

Milford Haven has a unique heritage, and the names of the Floatel Cabins have been chosen to celebrate our unique location and stories held by our shores.

The was the name of the very first fishing trawler to enter Milford Docks in 1888, heralding the start of the fishing industry here. Sybil is our accessible cabin, with twin beds and a large easy access en suite shower room.

Morlo translates as ‘sea calf’ and is the Welsh word for seal. If you venture out by boat, you’ll see grey and common seals along our shores, basking in beautiful coves along the Pembrokeshire coast. Morlo is a double cabin, and dog friendly.

Nantucket is the home that Milford Haven’s forefathers left, to build a new life and a new town here, establishing a new whaling station 3,000 miles across the Atlantic ocean. Nantucket is a double cabin.

Tembek was the first ship to berth at South Hook LNG gas terminal in 2009. The Port of Milford Haven handles over 29% of the UK’s seaborne trade in oil and gas, so is an important part of the UK’s energy story. Tembek is a double cabin.

Quality Unearthed are managing all bookings for the Floatel Cabins at Milford Waterfront.



Milford Waterfront Floatel Cabins
Nelson Quay
Milford Haven
SA73 3AF


T: 01348830922


Dog friendly: Yes



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