Neyland is a town in Pembrokeshire, Wales, lying on the River Cleddau and the upstream end of the Milford Haven estuary. The nearby Cleddau Bridge crosses the river, linking Neyland to Pembroke Dock. Neyland was a small fishing village in the parish of Llanstadwell, but in 1856 it became the site for the western terminus of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s Great Western Railway.
In addition to the railway, fishing, boat building, and the Packet Boat trade have all left there impressions on the Town.
The Town now has a rapidly growing population and where the railway terminus once stood, a marina has been developed where boat trips can take you up river as well as out to see the offshore islands. The town is proud of its Wildlife Reserve, Brunel Cycle Track and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path which runs through. At the entrance of the Town is the Honeyborough Industrial Estate of over 40 well occupied units, with Brunel Quay being home to many other businesses, ranging from boat-building to food producing facilities.