Seaglass is a stylish holiday home sleeping four guests perfectly placed in the picturesque unspoilt Welsh seaside village of Little Haven on the Pembrokeshire coastline. Stunning beaches, pubs for a meal out, dog-friendly (by negotiation) and an open fire make this a popular self-catering choice for families and friends alike.
Discover why Little Haven is a perfect holiday destination with a stay in this superb ground-floor self-catering apartment which sleeps up to four people in two bedrooms and is ideal for couples, families or friends. The beach and Pembrokeshire Coastal Path are a short stroll from the door, as is the village's shop, cafes and pubs. Broad Haven is only half a mile away and easy to reach via the beach when the tide is out, footpath or bicycle if you'd prefer not to drive. Day trips can include exploring historic St David's, crabbing from the harbour wall in Solva, admiring the animals at Folly Farm or browsing one of the region's many excellent weekly markets. Ocean View has been awarded 4 STAR by Visit Wales.
41 St Brides Road is a deceptively spacious and modern holiday cottage a short stroll from the beach, cafe and pubs in Little Haven. From the front, it looks like a typical fisherman cottage but, step inside, and it opens into a contemporary home with space for four people (plus an extra child) to sleep in two bedrooms and an open plan living room and kitchen with two log burners and bi-fold doors opening into the private garden. The layout and the location make it ideal for couples or families who enjoy being close to the beach and the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Little Haven is perhaps the most delightful village on the Pembrokeshire coast and just two minutes from its beach and pubs sits Strawberry Hill Cottage which provides everything you need if you’re a family searching for a traditional seaside holiday (there’s room for grandparents too) or a couple simply wanting a quiet retreat at any time of the year. Wander down to the beach, try your hand at some water sports, visit some of the many attractions that the county has to offer, take an energetic walk along some of the 186 mile long Pembrokeshire Coast Path, sit out with a beer at one of the local pubs and watch the world go by or simply relax in our sun trap of a garden - the choice is yours. Although it looks small from the front, visitors are always surprised at just how spacious Strawberry Hill is inside. Providing comfortable accommodation for up to four adults and three children in three bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room, together with an open plan living area to ensure nobody misses out on the holiday fun, it’s the perfect location for a break at any time of the year.
Howelston Mill Cottage is hidden at the end of a lane surrounded by woodland, yet no more than a five-minute stroll from Little Haven beach, two pubs, and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Footpath. The self-catering cottage is beautifully decorated to be comfortable for families and friends, sleeping eight people in four bedrooms with a garden with patio/outdoor dining area for summer months. Walk around the beach to Broad Haven for shops, surfboard hire and other amenities, or take yourself out into the gorgeous landscape that makes the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park one of Wales' most beloved regions.
Little Haven will charm you with its pretty beach, friendly pubs, and village shop selling some of the best lobster rolls you'll have the pleasure of tasting. Hillside Cottage comfortably accommodates six people in three pretty bedrooms. Located in the heart of Little Haven, Hillside Cottage is just a short walk to everything in the village, including the Pembrokeshire Coast Footpath, and only a mile from Broad Haven, which has every other amenity you'll need for your self-catering holiday with family and friends.
Treat yourself to a week of 5-Star luxury with spectacular views over St Bride's Bay. This holiday cottage is located in the coastal village of Little Haven and perfect for couples or individuals who don't want to compromise on the quality of their accommodation or their proximity to the beach. The sand, coastal footpath, there are three friendly pubs, all within a few minutes walk of Leet Cottage, which is just off a quiet country lane and surrounded by fields making it feel remarkably secluded. It's a fantastic place to stay, whether you want to settle back on a sun lounger and unwind or to try everything the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has to offer, from castles to coasteering.
This secluded contemporary holiday cottage is so quiet you'll hardly believe it's barely a five-minute stroll from Little Haven's beach, pubs and cafe. The Annexe offers upside down accommodation with lovely views from the living area. Recently renovated to a very high standard, The Annexe sleeps four people in two bedrooms with a layout that suits couples, families and friends. You can walk from the door to the famous Pembroke Coast Footpath, taking in panoramic views over St Bride's Bay and enjoying one of Wales' favourite attractions. Walking, cycling, surfing, swimming, SUPing, coasteering, golf, and horse riding are all readily accessible, while local attractions include St David's Cathedral, Folly Farm, Pembroke Castle, and Barafundle Bay.
Broad Haven is one of the best family holiday spots in Wales. It has a beautiful beach suitable for surfing and swimming, a small supermarket, and a good pub. It's laid-back and relaxing, with enough going on to make it interesting. Pen-Coed is a two-bedroom holiday cottage minutes from the sand, Pembrokeshire Coast Path, and amenities. Enjoy your morning cuppa on the balcony before wandering down to check out the surf and decide whether you'll spend your day at the beach, visiting attractions like Folly Farm and St David's Cathedral, or something adventures like coasteering and cliff diving. This self-catering property is excellent for families or couples and is also dog-friendly.
Steps from the beach in Little Haven, Berry Cottage is a charming dog-friendly holiday home sleeping four people. The former carriage house is now Grade II listed and has been sympathetically renovated and modernised to provide warm, welcoming self-catering accommodation in Pembrokeshire. Walk along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and take time to explore places like St Davids, Solva and Tenby. There are three pubs (all serve food) and a cafe, within a short stroll of the house and more amenities a mile away in Broad Haven. Spend long summer days at the beach, swimming, paddleboarding, snorkelling and coasteering.
A beautiful coastal holiday cottage with lots of character, The Boathouse sleeps five people in two bedrooms and is ideal for couples or families. The living room features a huge picture window with views down to Little Haven beach - just 30 seconds from the door - and a cosy log burner for cold weather. Three pubs and a cafe are within walking distance, with more amenities a mile away in neighbouring Broad Haven. Local attractions include St Davids Cathedral, Folly Farm and Skomer Island. The Boathouse has recently been refurbished and is available for bookings all year round.
A large detached holiday home perfectly positioned almost on the sea wall in Little Haven on the Pembrokeshire coast. Most of the rooms enjoy stunning sea views and this is a perfect place for a relaxing holiday by the sea with pubs within walking distance, fabulous coastal walks and beaches on the doorstep.
A delightful holiday home in a great location in the very heart of the seaside village of Little Haven on the Pembrokeshire coastline. Musslewick is ideal for one or two families that want a holiday by the sea. Wonderful coastal walks, great kayaking, lazy days on the beach, surfing, pubs within walking distance for a meal out and an abundance of attractions and quiet beaches within easy reach.
This spacious holiday cottage, newly renovated, is located just a few minutes from the lovely beach and welcoming pubs in the pretty seaside village of Little Haven on the Pembrokeshire Coast in Wales. An ideal place for a relaxing seaside or walking holiday with plenty to occupy outdoor enthusiasts and many attractions.
The Granary is ideal for your next family holiday in West Wales. The stone cottage sits on a hill above Little Haven, half a mile from the beach, with three pubs and a cafe. It sleeps four people in two bedrooms and features a lovely garden with St Bride's Bay views. Broadhaven is a leisurely walk via the shore or the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, with local attractions including Folly Farm, Oakwood, Pembroke Castle, and the seaside resort town of Tenby. The beaches of the Pembrokeshire Coast are breathtaking, with national park status ensuring they remain protected and undeveloped for future generations.
With lots of vintage charm, this 1930's chalet provides self-catering for three guests in an enviable position within walking distance of the beach and pubs of Little Haven. A real gem of a seaside village on the Pembrokeshire Coast, Little Haven is perfect for those who enjoy water-sports, walking, wildlife or simply relaxing by the sea.
Combine the best of the coast and the countryside in this charming cottage in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The 19th Century stone property has been sympathetically updated to accommodate up to six people in three bedrooms, with a spacious open-plan living area and contemporary styling. Little Haven beach is around 100 metres from the door, and there are three welcoming pubs within walking distance. Broadhaven, Solva and St David's are all within easy reach, as is the famous Pembrokeshire Coast Footpath. The natural beauty of Little Haven makes it an ideal holiday destination in any season.
White Styles is surrounded by glorious South West Wales countryside with easy reach to beautiful beaches, the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and picturesque towns and villages. It sleeps six people in three bedrooms with accommodation entirely on the ground floor level and the closest neighbour two fields away. The Pembrokeshire holiday home is ideal for families, extended families or friends, especially those who love walking, cycling, surfing and enjoying fantastic attractions like Folly Farm, St David's Cathedral, and Pembroke Castle. The bungalow is available for bookings all year round.
Beach house, beautifully presented, spacious holiday home sits in the very heart of Little Haven on Pembrokeshire's stunning coastline with stunning golden beaches on the doorstep, pubs and fantastic coastal walks. Perfect for everyone. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Pembrokeshire coast has it all in terms of stunning sandy beaches, incredible wildlife, fantastic coastal walks and great water sports, and this beautiful coastal retreat with sea views is in one of the most enviable positions to enjoy it all. Just fifty metres from the sandy beach of Little Haven and three pubs, guests can spend their days lazing on the beach or exploring the many attractions of the National Park.
Little Haven Beach - The coastline of Pembrokeshire is spectacular and, thankfully, preserved for future generations thanks to its national park status. Little Haven is a small but friendly community of houses, shops and pubs that lead down to a sheltered beach with soft sand, clean water and a slipway for launching boats. When the tide goes out, you can walk north around a hollowed-out cliff-point and past rockpools to the larger expanse of sand at Broad Haven, or go south to the tiny pebbled cove called The Sheep Wash to reflect its former practical use by farmers.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Footpath - There is a designated long-distance footpath covering the entire coastline of Pembrokeshire - all 186 miles of it! The footpath goes through the village and is well serviced by the Puffin Shuttle so that visitors can walk a stretch of the path and return on the bus, or take the bus and walk back to their holiday cottage in Little Haven. The views are incredible whether you go north past Druidston Haven to the two-mile stretch of sand that is Newgale Beach or go south to beautiful St Brides.
History and Culture - History is visible everywhere in Pembrokeshire from the ancient rock formations in the cliff to places like the cathedral in St Davids and Pembroke Castle - the birthplace of Henry VII. Little Haven is a short drive from both sites, as well as being within easy reach of places like Haverfordwest, Tenby, Narbeth, and post-card pretty Solva, each of which has an interesting past that appeals to contemporary visitors.
Adventure - The adrenaline-fuelled sport of coasteering was born in Pembrokeshire and involves donning a wetsuit before leaping off a cliff and swimming around the coast to clamber up salt-water washed rocks to do it all again! If you prefer to stay dry then the Celtic Trail West, Lon Teifi Trail and the off-road trails at the Stackpole Estate are a favourite with cyclists. Broad Haven has a surf school where visitors can hire wetsuits, surfboards, bodyboards and kayaks.
Attractions and Events - Favourite Pembrokeshire attractions include Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, Oakwood Theme Park, Manorbier Castle, and The Dinosaur Park. There are farmers’ markets and antique fairs, triathlons, and festivals celebrating food, music and literature. If it interests you then you’re likely to find a version of it in Pembrokeshire.
There are so many reasons to love a holiday in Little Haven whether you bring the kids for a summer holiday at the seaside or enjoy the solitude of visiting in the autumn and winter.