Images of Wales
Thursday, 2nd April 1998
Photography by John Ball - 31 March 1998
(with Agfa ePhoto307 digital camera)
The tiny village of Cresswell is situated on the river Cresswell, a tributary of the Cleddau, upstream from Milford Haven.
Right: An old Automobile Association (AA) sign-board, announcing the distance (in miles) from Cresswell to Pembroke, Haverfordwest, and London.
Above: Approaching Cresswell from the north.
The River Cresswell is tidal at this point.
Above: The Cresselly Arms Hotel at Cresswell.
Cresselly is another small village, about one mile east of Cresswell. A prominent
notice inside the entrance to the hotel announced "No Children and No Dogs"!
Above and below: The appearance of the village is enhanced by attractive gardens,
unfortunately not seen at their best on this dull and misty day.
Below: The River Cresswell, looking downstream at low tide.