With unrivalled panoramic views over St Bride’s Bay at Little Haven, seaside retreats don't get much better!
Affording an amazing headland position on 'The Point' in the picturesque coastal village of Little Haven, this delightful holiday cottage stands on its own right by the coastal path with the beach, shops, cafe and pubs a pebble's throw away.
Little Haven is a highly desirable holiday destination and nestles within the Pembrokeshire National Park, a stunning location that has managed to remain unspoilt by tourism with fabulous beaches, incredible bird and marine life, and hedgerows ablaze with wild flowers in the summer months.
Point Cottage sleeps two guests and is a very special bolt-hole for couples. With a log burner for cosy winter breaks, the beach on the doorstep (literally!), direct access out onto the coastal path and incredible sea views from pretty much all rooms, it's an exceptionally popular choice for those looking to relax by the sea. Lace up your walking boots and enjoy miles of coast footpath from the front door, go kayaking around the shoreline and enjoy lazy days on the beach with a fish supper in one of the pubs of an evening. Whether you want to be lazy or active, this coastal gem offers it all.
The clean sandy beach at Little Haven has rock pools to explore and when the tide is out, you can walk around to nearby Broad Haven (or just drive/walk over the hill), another fabulous sandy beach with Haven Sports offering kayak and paddle/body/surf board hire for water based fun. Bring your fishing rod and fish from The Point, enjoy a game of golf or go horse riding at Nolton Haven.
For those who can tear themselves away from this coastal haven, there are plenty of attractions for day trips out. Visit the smallest city in Wales, St David's with great shops, galleries and a magnificent cathedral; picture-postcard pretty Solva with its stunning harbour and fine eateries; Newgale beach, a popular haunt with surfers and Haverfordwest, just six miles away with a great choice of shops.
Whether you want to relax, walk or explore, Point Cottage offers it all.
Richard Kinsey & Sue Curtis (Manager) joined Independent Cottages in March 2017
Point Cottage is accessed via a tarmacked section of the Coastal Path for which you will have to walk the final 100 yards as it is too narrow for vehicles (cars can be parked in the village car park).
Outside: There is a triangular small garden with lawn area where you can relax (for when you are not on the beach!).
Additional information: The cottage is cosy all year round with a combination of electric underfloor heating and radiators (electricity included in the price). Bed linen and towels (bath and hand towels) are provided (please bring beach towels). No smoking. Short breaks out of peak season. A season ticket is available for guest use in the cottage for the village car park. This must be displayed in your vehicle on arrival and returned to the cottage when you leave at the end of your stay (please note there is only one copy of the ticked so anyone who drives away without returning the ticket will be invoiced for the season ticket cost).