The setting of the village makes it a popular holiday destination. It enjoys views of the Cleddau estuary to the south east and west and has a waterfront pub on the river. The village attracts many watersports and boats. Benton Castle is a grade II* listed building. 
The church of St Mary's is also a grade II* listed building.
The village has its own elected community council and gives its name to an electoral ward of Pembrokeshire County Council. The electoral ward of Burton covers the community of Rosemarket. Since reorganisation in 1995 the ward has mainly been held by Independent councillors, although it was briefly held by the Conservatives after the 1999 election.
- Map sources for Burton, Pembrokeshire
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