Pembrokeshire’s Haverfordwest train station is half a mile east of the town centre. The edge of Pembrokeshire National Park is 10 miles northeast.
Typically, one train runs through the station every 2 hours in each direction – north to Manchester Piccadilly via Swansea and Cardiff, and south to Milford Haven. Buses outside the station run to St David’s and Fishguard.
Ferries to Ireland run from Fishguard, and Cardiff Airport is 95 miles away.
Haverfordwest is a station in South London operated by Arriva Trains Wales. This station has ticket machines and ticket-on-departure is available. Thankfully, there are toilets. There's a newsagent. All platforms are step free accessible. The station is staffed part time. There is a car park with 46 spaces available at this station. There are 6 spaces to lock up your bike as well. There is a staffed ticket office and it is open at the following times - Monday - Friday: 07:00 - 13:30, Saturday: 07:00 - 13:30, Sunday: Unavailable.
Please note that the platforms at this station have a gentle slope. Please apply brakes to pushchairs and wheelchairs when waiting on the platform for a train.
Most trains use Platform 1. The main entrance to the ticket office has a raised step. There are two other entrances to Platform 1 providing step free access the ticket office. Access to Platform 2 is via a stepped footbridge.
Customer Help Points
No platform staff available. Assistance is provided by the Conductor on the train.
Accessible Ticket Machines
Accessible Booking Office Counter
Ramp for Train Access
National Key Toilets
Impaired Mobility Pick-up Points
next to the bus shelter outside the main station building