On the West coast of Wales is the tiny village of Little Haven, Pembrokeshire. We went to explore one day in the Easter Holidays.
What is it?
A tiny coastal Welsh village.
Why we loved it:
- Lovely little beach and cove, starts off pebbly then becomes sandy.
- Quaint little Welsh seaside village with lots of character.
- Large car park, free for Pembrokeshire Coast National Park seasonal pass holders (which we are!)
- The Castle – a Marston Pub on the seafront is a gorgeous homely pub, we enjoyed great coffee and hot chocolate there!
- Even in the Easter holidays it was fairly quiet (although the pub was very busy!) In the summer and warmer months it must get very busy.
Our Top Tips
- Little Haven is on the Puffin Shuttle bus route – coastal number 400.
- The Pembrokeshire Coastal Park goes right through the village. There is a pushchair / wheelchair friendly walk up to The Point, where there are great views.
- There are three pubs in the village serving food and drinks.
- There is no cafe in the village.
- When the tide is out you can walk round to the next village of Broad Haven, or to another beach – The Settlands which is a wide bay.
There are B&B’s, farm guesthouses, camping and caravan sites in and around Little Haven, and Broad Haven but no hotels. There are holiday parks in the area too.
Little Haven, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK SA62