It is believed that stone from the original Landshipping house - which is long-gone but garden walls remain in the village near Clare House - may have been used in the extending of the new 'Big House' down by the river. This paper gives details of the former house. It is a tad confusing, since both properties have been known by the same name, but are completely different and a fair way from each other.
There are many 'Big House' establishments in Wales - this one is right at the water's edge and is a lovely renovated Pembrokeshire Georgian house available for holiday breaks.
' Big House', in the riverside village of Hook, on the western Cleddau, is an excellent base from which to explore the waterway.