Tenby and Milford Haven are among the most well known areas of this scenic Welsh county and coastal national park. Surprisingly you will find an abundant supply of available detached properties that outnumber semi-detached and terraced homes on the market by more than 40%. The second largest types of properties available are bungalows with flats and apartments providing the lowest numbers of available housing. The Haverfordwest area of Pembrokeshire caters for every budget and type of housing, with its town centre, riverside walks and shops providing a heady mix of town centre living and scenic beauty. Importantly you can purchase a detached house in this area for over £500,000 or as little as £150,000 so bargains are there to be found. Properties in the quaint coastal resort of Little Haven provide even more value but come on the market far less often. With the national park and scenic beauty of Pembrokeshire many visitors come to Pembrokeshire each year and part of the property market is made up of hotels and guest houses converted from residential properties.
There are a number of landmarks in Pembrokeshire including Carew Castle, Llawhaden Castle and Pembroke Castle itself. With a population approaching 120,000 there is only a small number of new build properties available for sale on the Pembrokeshire property market. The rental market in Pembrokeshire is fairly healthy with a good amount of flats, detached homes and even bungalows available for rent, all are necessary to meet the demand for tourist accommodation.