Pembroke ferry port in Wales connects you with Rosslare in Ireland with a choice of up to 14 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Pembroke to Rosslare crossing is from 4 hours 1 minute and the crossing is operated by Irish Ferries.
This charming walled town dates back over 900 years and is famous for its Norman Castle, one of Britain's finest and one of the best known in Wales. It was the birthplace of Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty.
Along the main street with its predominance of Georgian buildings you'll find a variety of shops, banks and restaurants. The mill pond runs parallel to the main street and is a peaceful spot to watch the swans, herons, ducks and other water birds. You may even be lucky enough to spot an otter.
Every year the medieval 'walled town' of Pembroke and its Castle are the venue for many important events several of which are rooted in the town's historic past such as Shakespearean productions, medieval banquets, military tattoos and displays by the Sealed Knot Society.
From the east follow the M4 past Swansea which turns into the A48 & then the A40. Pass St Clears & turn left onto the A477, which leads directly to Pembroke & Pembroke Dock. From the west take the A4076 from Haverfordwest & then the A477 to Neyland. Pembroke Dock is across the Toll Bridge. Follow the signs to the Ferry Port.
Pembroke Dock Train Station is situated close to the ferry terminal with regular services by Wales and Border Trains.
For more information and booking, please visit our trains to Pembroke Dock or trains to Pembroke pages.
Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA72 6TW
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