Rosemoor is situated in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, in the small hamlet of Walwyn's Castle.
Most maps will indicate the location of Walwyn's Castle and Rosemoor itself is shown on the 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey Sheet No. 157 (St. David's and Haverfordwest) at grid reference SM875108.
Walwyn's Castle is just off the B4327 Haverfordwest - Dale Road; at six miles from Haverfordwest approximately equidistant between them.
Please note that streets have no names where we are, and that not all sat-nav systems know how to deal with this corner of Pembrokeshire. If you want to be sure to reach us, rather than to rely on yours, maybe it's best to follow the instructions below.
Otherwise, these are some details you may wish to load into your sat-nav system:
Post code: SA62 3ED (this covers a largish area, so may not work too well)
Grid reference: SM 876 108
Coordinates: 51°45'20.14"N 5°04'44.91"W.
By Car - Avoiding Haverfordwest
Most visitors come into South West Wales by way of the M4 Motorway. Where the M4 ends it will get you first onto the A48 and then onto the A40. On entering Haverfordwest from the A40 take the Milford Haven road exit from the second roundabout. You are then on the by-pass (Freemen's Way). At its far end take the second exit, again signposted Milford Haven. After only 100 yards, immediately before the railway bridge, take the right turn, signposted "Tiers Cross 3½ miles". Follow this road into and through Tiers Cross, taking the turn right, signposted "Walwyn's Castle", immediately before you reach the (new) roundabout. You are then on a long narrow lane, which, after approximately two miles, faces straight into the drive of Rosemoor.
By Car - Entering Haverfordwest
If you either wish or have to go into Haverfordwest, follow the signs for Broad Haven to the top of the town, where, on leaving the town, the road forks: straight on for Broad Haven, left for Dale.
Take the left hand fork, signposted "Dale". At the crossroads 4¾ miles from the fork turn left towards the crest of the hill (signposted "Walwyn's Castle"). At the junction which follows, turn left (signposted "Tiers Cross") and, after 100 yards, at Brook Cottage, do not continue straight on up the lane that joins here, but instead follow the road round the right hand bend - keeping Brook Cottage to your left. You now have the Rosemoor Nature Reserve on your right hand and you follow the lane up the hill until you come to a sharp 90-degree bend to the left, where you will find the main gate of Rosemoor on your right, on the outside of the bend.
Apart from school buses (which may be used by people of non-schoolgoing age as well) there are no regular bus services connecting Walwyn's Castle to the rest of the world. If notified some time in advance of your arrival we shall however be pleased to arrange a pick-up from Haverfordwest railway station. Likewise, on your day of departure a drop-off at the station can be arranged.
During your stay you may wish to use the services of the coastal buses, which in season can set you down and pick you up at various points along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Inside the Grounds
Inside the grounds of Rosemoor, follow the sign "Cottages".
The name of your cottage appears on its front door; the key will be in the lock; all will be ready for you; walk in; welcome! We are sure you will have a comfortable holiday.