Haverfordwest is Pembrokeshire’s main transport hub. It was founded in the 12th century beside the River Western Cleddau, and the one time river port thrived before the railway arrived in the mid 19th century. The small Castle Museum and Art Gallery is in the outer ward of the castle. The tourist office is centrally located. As far as places to stay in Haverfordwest, the College Guest House is undoubtedly the highest recommended option in town, mixing period style and modern hospitality. Another option is George’s which offers a more New Age atmosphere.