The cabin-style lodge floats on the water in the marina surrounding by boats and the stunning Pembrokeshire National Park. The eco-friendly cabin, which sleeps two adults and two children, is built from ethically-sourced balau and cedar wood, floating on up-cycled pontoons and finished with Fair Trade products.
The pod itself has all the amenities families would need from a self-catered accommodation including a kitchenette and kitchen essentials, a dining table and chairs, TV, sofa, Wi-Fi and a stunning private terrace.
Marina Manager James Cotton described his delight at the opening of the Haven Pod saying, “It has been a six month project from start to finish so it is a great to see the eco-friendly lodge open for guests. The appearance of the cabin is very unique so we’ve had a lot of curious onlookers while the finishing touches have been made!”
The Haven Pod is open for bookings with prices per night starting from £60 during the summer months. For more information, visit www.yachthavens.com/neyland or call 01646 601601.
Contact James Cotton at Neyland Yacht Haven for further information or high res images. Email James@neylandyachthaven.com or call 01646 601601
Address: Neyland Yacht Haven, Brunel Quay, Neyland, Pembrokeshire, SA73 1PY
About Neyland Yacht Haven
Located within the coastal Pembrokeshire National Park, Neyland Yacht Haven offers marina berths for over 400 boats.
The marina offers free parking, a chandlery, convenience, bike hire, and food and drinks at the popular Bar Restaurant.
See www.yachthavens.com for more details