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Originally part of the tidal Pembroke River estuary, a barrage created in the 1970s made Pembroke's main millpond into a freshwater lake. The millpond originally fulfilled two purposes by creating a defensive 'moat' around the northern side of the town and castle, and by providing the water flow required to power the corn mill which supplied the town and castle.

Pembroke mill pond
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Nanaimo
Stackpole
10
  • Self Catering Annexe
  • Sleeps 4, 2 bedrooms
  • £200 to £550 per week
  • Wifi
  • No pets
  • Accessible