A town that grew up with the railway. It was here that Isambard Kingdom Brunnel built a rail terminal to connect with shipping services to Ireland. He also hoped to attract trans Atlantic liners to call but this did not happen.
Before the opening of the Cleddau Bridge linking the north and south shores of the Haven, Neyland was the terminal of the car ferry service to Pembroke Dock. The town now has a large marina where once the rail and shipping services met. A statue to Brunnel overlooks the Haven.