Haverfordwest is a small town in the county of Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales. It's situated on the A40 and is very close to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Haverfordwest lies between Fishguard to the north and Milford Haven to the south.
Haverfordwest is the second largest town in Pembrokeshire and has a long history as a regional trading centre and market town. There has been a settlement in the area since at least the 12th century, when the first Norman castle was established. The town was the capital of the English colony of Roose in the 12th century - this strange situation led to Haverfordwest being granted the trading privileges of an English borough in the early 13th century.
The town is situated on the tidal Cleddau River and in the past was visited by seagoing ships for trading purposes. Today, the area around the river is mostly residential and has been redeveloped in recent years.
Haverfordwest's status as a major regional town means that it has always been a popular residential location and a base for many local businesses. As a result, van hire in Haverfordwest is readily available and a full range of rental vans are available: