Morlo is our dog friendly king cabin. The name translates as ‘sea calf’ and is the Welsh word for seal. If you venture out by boat, you’ll see grey seals along our shores and basking in beautiful coves along the Pembrokeshire coast.
Our shores and waters are home to the most southerly breeding population of grey seals in Europe. One of the least common seal species in European waters, it is estimated that approximately 5,000 individuals consider our coastline their home. They represent approximately 2% of the world’s total population of grey seals.
Seals are just one important species we’re committed to conserving. Our sea-coast with its islands is home to a wealth of native and seasonal marine wildlife and birds including puffins, dolphins, Manx shearwaters and porpoises. The tidal estuary of the Haven is one of the best places in Europe for marine life. In addition, it is considered a wetland of international importance and is a breeding habitat for a multitude of rare and endangered birds.
The diversity of marine wildlife species living here is a special part of the story of our water ways.
Centrally located in the heart of Pembrokeshire, the Floatel Cabins are close to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path (you can even join the path from Milford Waterfront!), the Preseli Mountains, award-winning beaches, castles, amusement parks and lots of outdoor activities including paddle boarding, surfing and coasteering, as well as walks to discover and a good selection of places to eat, shop and enjoy just off the pontoon at Milford Waterfront.
Our Morlo Floatel Cabin sleeps 2 in a comfy king size bed and comes with an en suite shower room, luxurious furnishings, private balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows so you can enjoy the best views of the water from your very own floating hotel room. Two well behaved dogs are also welcome aboard Morlo and we’re sure they’ll love everything that Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire has to offer.
The fabric chosen to complete Morlo is woven in Pembrokeshire, at Melin Tregwynt. The Knot Garden fabric used inside is Gorse, which grows in abundance along our beautiful coastline.