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A Brief Guide to Milford Haven
Milford Haven’s origins date back to the Vikings in the year eight hundred and forty-six when the Viking king Hubba sailed his fleet of twenty three boats ships into the Haven waterway to rest for the winter. Richard the second based Milford Haven for launching his attacks on Ireland in thirteen ninety eight. Oliver Cromwell based his army here in sixteen forty-five.
The hamlet of Priory is where the remains of Prill Priory can be seen. Pillll Priory, founded in the 12th century was established by the Tironian order of Benedictine Monks and the remains still stand near the town centre.
Milford Haven town was established in the seventeen nineties. The land belonged to Sir William Hamilton, however Charles Greville applied for the act of Parliament to enable the building of docks, quays, roads into the newly founded port and to build markets.
Milford Haven has some lovely Georgian houses along Hamilton Terrace that need good cleaning services..The town was build to a grid system.
In the eighteenth century American Quaker Whalers made it their home port for their whaling fleets o. it was the base for a very large fishing industry. It was once possible to walk across the entire width of the docks on the decks of trawlers. These days, Milford Haven is better known for the oil and gas refineries on either side of the town.
Milford’s Museum is popular for a visit; the museum outlines Milford’s history.
Milford Haven docks still retain some small commercial function but most of the docks have been given over to a marina with some lovely shops and bars. There are also regular visits by cruise ships exploring the west of Britain and Ireland.
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Page updated June11th 2017.