Angorfa is Welsh for the resting place of the anchor it is set on the banks of the Cleddau Estuary, enjoying spectacular river views.
Located in the quiet village of Burton close to Neyland and Milford Marinas, its position makes it ideal for exploring beaches or walking the beautiful coastal path of Pembrokeshire. We are in easy reach of wedding venues at Beggars Reach or Cleddau Bridge Hotels.
Angorfa has the unique facility of offering guests Bed and Breakfast or self catering accommodation in a private annex within the main house.
Our self contained annex comprises of one bedroom with a double bed, together with a shower room. A large lounge/dining room with river views, and fully equipped kitchen. A small patio is also available.
This accommodation is not suitable for guests with limited mobility due to the steps involved in accessing the annex.
By Road (from the M5 and the M4 motorways) Head south to junction 8 of the M5. Join the M50 at junction 1, and continue to junction 4, where you meet the A40, and the motorway ends. Continue until you see signs for the A449 towards Newport. Follow this until it joins the M4 motorway, and head towards Cardiff. Continue until this motorway ends, and join the A48. This takes you to re-join the A40 at Carmarthen. Please then head for Pembroke Dock. Our sat nav postcode is - SA73 1PB.
The A40 takes you to Haverfordwest. Once there, follow signs for the A4076 (signed for Milford Haven), and then the A477 (signed for Pembroke Dock). Once on the A477, after the second roundabout take the first right turn just before the Cleddau Toll Bridge onto Barn Lake Point, then take the sharp left and continue until you see a white house to your right.
Via Pembroke Dock
From the A40 at Carmarthen, join the A477, and stay on it until just after the Cleddau Toll Bridge. Take the immediate first left turning onto Barn Lake Point, and then take the first sharp left and then continue until a slope down to the right will bring you to the Big White house.
By Air - Cardiff International Airport
National trains operate direct services between London, The North West and the South Coast, and regional trains link Pembrokeshire with Swansea. Details of fares, timetables and train stations, as well as online booking can be found on Qjump, First Great Western or National Rail Enquiries.
Irish Ferries, which operates many sailings per day, provides links between Pembroke Dock and Rosslare in Ireland, and can be seen across the river from The Anchor s Rest. For more information about timetables and fares in either direction, telephone Irish Ferries on: 08705 171 717.
By Ferry Stena Line Ferries also links Rosslare to Fishguard, which is approximately 40 minutes north of Pembroke Dock on the A40. To contact Stena Line Ferries for more information, telephone 08705 707 070.
You can check in from 12:00. You need to check out by 10:00.