We are situated within St. Brides Bay and only a mile from the quaint, colourful and charming old fishing village of Little Haven. It is one of the picturesque villages situated along the dramatic coastline of the Pembrokeshire National Park… the only Coastal National Park in Britain and designated area of outstanding beauty.
Skomer Island is only a stones throw away from our site and offers a magical experience for all its visitors. The Island is home to a unique and incredibly special and diverse wildlife and floral range. Around half the worlds population of Manx Shearwaters nest on the Island and the Atlantic Puffin colony is the largest in Southern Britain. A spectacular display of bluebells can be seen from April to early June and the best time to see the nesting puffins is between May and mid July.
St. Davids, the smallest city in Britain, with its impressive Cathedral is about a 45 minute drive along the spectacular coastal road, from where you can take boat trip’s to visit the islands whilst spotting seal’s and dolphins.
Whilst driving the coastal road to St. Davids you will pass through some beautiful villages including Solva, home to the cuban artist Raul Speek and his art gallery in a converted chapel, and Newgale with its immensely long beach popular with surfers.
For the Castle lovers there are Castles galore….not to mention the various stone circles and mythological sites.
In South Pembrokeshire you could visit the lilly ponds at Bosherston before emerging onto the white sands of the hidden beach at Broadhaven South or see the harbour in the national trust area of Stackpole…..and visit one of the oldest pubs at Angle, on the peninsular.
……These are just some of the wonders that Pembrokeshire has to offer!