3 (off peak)
Woodland View is a well-presented, first-floor holiday apartment in the seaside village of Little Haven with a tranquil outlook over trees and woodland. The holiday home is a stone's throw from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and only a minute's stroll from the beach, gallery, cafe, shop, and three pubs, including the St Bride's Inn and The Castle. The two-bedroom property sleeps up to four people (plus a cot) and suits couples and small families. It is ideal for a relaxing seaside break, a walking holiday, or discovering the sights and attractions of the Pembrokeshire coastline and national park.
Being part of a national park means that none of the beaches in Pembrokeshire is overdeveloped or tacky. Still, Little Haven is a particular favourite due to its size and small fishing village charm. It's less than a mile from neighbouring Broad Haven, where you will find a small supermarket and other amenities like surfboard and wetsuit hire. If you wait for the tide to go out, then you can walk along the sand from Little Haven to Broad Haven, passing through The Settlands along the way.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path attracts visitors all year round. The region around Little Haven is especially picturesque. Walk south to St Bride's Haven or go north to Druidston Haven, Nolton Haven, and Newgale. A regular bus service, the Puffin Shuttle, connects the villages along the way, allowing you to enjoy your walk without having to worry about walking back if your legs are tired. The bus goes as far north as St David's, Wales' smallest city with its most impressive cathedral, and as far south as Marloes Sands.
Day trips can include browsing the shops and admiring Tenby's three beaches, visiting the animals and learning about the conservation work at Folly Farm, seeing where Henry VII was born in Pembroke Castle, or get your thrills on the rides at Oakwood Theme Park. Walk along the National Trust coastline around Stackpole, climb to the peak of the Preseli Hills, or take a sightseeing boat tour to see dolphins, porpoises, fin whales and minke whales. Cycling, coasteering, surfing, paddle boarding, fishing and golf are just a few of the many outdoor sports accessible for guests of Woodland View.
Woodland View is available for bookings all year round.
Phillip Alun Evans joined Independent Cottages in June 2021
Woodland View is on the first floor and accessed via an internal communal staircase.
Outside: The apartment comes with allocated parking for two cars.
Additional Information: Utilities, WiFi, and bed linen are all included. Towels can be hired at a weekly cost. Guests to provide cot bedding and beach towels if they are required. Smoking and pets are not permitted.