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Milford Haven Ferry Terminal Taxis: Taxi Transfers to and from Milford Haven
Milford Haven has the largest port in Wales – the third largest port in the United Kingdom, in fact, which handles large volumes of cargo, and is important in the oil and gas trade.
Business and leisure travellers can also make use of the port, because Milford Haven is home to the Pembroke Port and Ferry Terminal, from which there are two ferry sailings each day to Rosslare, Ireland. The area is a port of call for cruise ships, too.
If you’ve booked a ferry from Pembroke, have you thought about how you’re going to get there – or how you will get out of the terminal after sailing in? If not, don’t worry – Airport Cars UK can handle it with our fleet of top-flight vehicles!
Getting to and from Milford Haven Ferry Terminal
The Irish Ferries terminal at Pembroke Port can be easily reached from both sides of the Milford Haven Waterway. The dock area is just at the end of the A477; people approaching it from Haverfordwest have access via the Cleddau Bridge, and the road links are good from the rest of west Wales.
Our professional, experienced drivers at Airport Cars UK have excellent knowledge of the road network in the Milford Haven area, as well as the rest of Wales, so wherever you’re coming from (or going to), you’re guaranteed to be there on time and in comfort with us.
Book your journey now by inputting your details into the journey calculator above, or, if it’s too late to make an advance booking, talk to one of our dispatchers on 0044 (0) 330 088 2222.
Top 10 things to do in Milford Haven
Milford Haven and the surrounding area offer the visitor many attractions, so if you’re back from Ireland or spending some time here before you sail – or Pembrokeshire is a port of call on your cruise – go exploring!
2) Visit Milford Haven Museum, which contains exhibitions exploring the town’s maritime history. The museum building itself is the oldest one in the town, and is Grade II listed.
3) Not far from the museum is the Torch Theatre, which has put on plays on a non-profit basis since 1977. Catch a production here, or see a film.
4) Walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which stretches for some 186 miles. You probably won’t be walking the entire path unless you’ve put in some serious training, but there are plenty of offshoot trails that will tire you out!
5) If you want to see some castles, there’s Pembroke Castle, whose history stretches back to Norman times – this impressive structure was restored in the early 20th Century. There are also the ruins of Narberth Castle, in nearby Narberth.
6) For something smaller, go to Bosherston. Near here, built into the cliff at St Govan’s Head, is the tiny St Govan’s Chapel, measuring just 20 ft by 12 ft. It’s a steep descent, via steps, from the top of the cliff to the chapel, so be careful!
7) Visit the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, which you can explore on a tractor ride! You can also watch harnessing demonstrations – and there’s more than just horses here, too. Pigs, sheep and llamas live here, and when the kids have seen enough of the wildlife, they can play in the outdoor adventure area.
8) See where Welsh wine is made at Cwm Deri Vineyard! Go for a stroll and taste some of the wine – and enjoy some locally produced food in the restaurant here.
9) Go to Scolton Manor Museum and Country Park. The house has period rooms as well as art exhibitions and displays about Pembrokeshire’s history, and the country park spans 60 acres – ideal for a good walk!
10) Take a trip further west to the smallest city in Britain, St Davids, and see its impressive cathedral. If you’re into watersports, catch the surf at Whitesands Bay, just a couple of miles away.
Ferry Transfers Milford Haven
If you’ve just got into Pembrokeshire by ferry, you might have to rush off to make your next connection. Whether this means you need another ferry, a plane, or a train, it doesn’t matter – Airport Cars UK will handle your Milford Haven ferry transfer and get you where you need to be!
Transfer Time from Milford Haven (Pembroke) Ferry Terminal
Birmingham Airport 212 miles (220 minutes)
Bristol Airport 140 miles (160-170 minutes)
Cardiff Airport 100 miles (120-130 minutes)
London Heathrow Airport 230 miles (230-240 minutes)
Swansea Airport 62 miles (90 minutes)
Fishguard Ferry Terminal 26 miles (45-50 minutes)
Haverfordwest Rail Station 11 miles (25-30 minutes)
Milford Haven Rail Station 8 miles (15-20 minutes)
Pembroke Rail Station 3 miles (10 minutes)
If you don’t need further transport, but just want to get to your meeting or your hotel – or back home – then that’s no trouble either, because Airport Cars UK will take you anywhere. Just give us the details of your journey and we’ll arrange your transport!