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Explore Pembrokeshire

Explore all 186 miles of the UK’s only protected Coastal National Parks, speckled with a plethora of spectacular, award-winning blue flag beaches. Nestled almost entirely within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the Coast Path boasts an array of coastal flora, fauna and bird life, in addition to vast evidence of human activity from Neolithic times to the present day.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Explore all 186 miles of the UK’s only protected Coastal National Parks, speckled with a plethora of spectacular, award-winning blue flag beaches. Nestled almost entirely within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the Coast Path boasts an array of coastal flora, fauna and bird life, in addition to vast evidence of human activity from Neolithic times to the present day.

Little Haven is just one of a scattering of quaint villages and beaches, with popular visitor destinations including Broad Haven, Newgale, Solva, Druidstone, all meandering along the coastline to the historic City of St Davids, home to the spectacular and world renowned St David’s Cathedral, a mere 20 minute drive from Little Haven Retreat.

Island Hopping

Pembrokeshire is home to a wealth of marine and bird life, and islands Skomer, Ramsey and Caldey, the perfect setting from which to discover dolphins, whales and Pembrokeshire famous resident Puffins. Regular boat trips are in operation, including those from Martin’s Haven, neighbouring Little Haven.

Places of Interest

Pembrokeshire is host to a myriad of antiquities and places of historical interest. Pembroke and Carew Castles are a short drive from the resort, offering fascinating historical talks and tours and visitors to Pembroke Castle can enjoy row boating on the beautiful Mill Pond. regular events are held in both venues which are a favourite with locals and visitors alike.

Nearby Milford Marina has been extensively yet sympathetically developed, mindful of local marine life, and the freshest of fish is available along our coastline. Milford is also home to the Torch Theatre, showcasing the latest cinema releases in addition to regular live theatrical events in it’s creative setting.

Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire’s largest market town offers a wealth of treats for the avid shopper, in addition to a host of cultural experiences, including the central castle, town museum and the award-winning Farmer’s Market, held along the picturesque riverside each Friday, home to a plethora of fresh fish and organic meat merchants in addition to artisan cheeses and produce. The market is also a favourite of the many local artists who regularly flock to the county town of Haverfordwest.

For the Adventurer

Pembrokeshire is a veritable playing ground for adventurers and adrenalin seekers. Birthplace of the Coasteering phenomenon, Pembrokeshire is littered with coves and plateaus from which to dive into with wilds of the shores that surround us. Canoeing and Kayaking are also a favourite for many of our water sports lovers. Our Guest Relations Team will as ever been on hand to guide you towards one of the many local service providers available to visitors of our resort.

Nearby coastal settings including Dale, Newgate and Broad Haven present the perfect setting from which to enjoy water sports including surfing and diving. Dale is also the home to many sailing clubs, offering sailing trips and lessons for visitors to Pembrokeshire.

Fishing enthusiasts will not be disappointed with both fly fishing at nearby Hasguard and sea fishing in Broadhaven.

Horse riding lessons are hugely popular from nearby Nolton Stables, operating on the coast along Newgate and Broadhaven.

For the Family

Pembrokeshire is home to a number of award-winning family-friendly attractions, providing a host of all-weather fun for all.

Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is one of the UK’s premier theme parks and repeatedly voted best visitor attraction in Wales. Oakwood Theme Park is action packed and fun filled, and a favourite for visitors of all ages, with After Dark themed nights in operation during school holidays and half terms.

Other family-friendly attractions include Heatherton World of Adventure, Blue Lagoon Aqua Centre, Manor Wildlife Park and many other attractions. Haverfordwest is also home to a multiplex cinema and swimming complex and ten pin bowling is available in Milford Haven. As ever, our Guest Relations Team will be only too happy to point you in the right direction.

Transport

Little Haven Retreat is ideally situated along key transport links, with regular buses which run from just outside the resort along the key coastal settings and villages towards and into St Davids. Similarly regular buses run into the central town of Haverfordwest and other nearby places of interest including the ever-popular boutique town of Narberth - a favourite of the avid shopping enthusiast.

Eating Out

Little Haven is home to ever-popular gastro pubs including the Swan Inn, The Castle and St Brides Inn. The award-winning Griffin Pub in nearby Dale is a favourite to seafood lovers. Even closer to home is The Masons Arms, just a short walk from the resort, and next door to the site is popular Walters Lodge, open daily until 12pm, serving delicious cooked breakfasts. The Pembrokeshire Coastline is home to a plethora of fine dining establishments and gastro pubs - ask a member of our Guest Relations team for their advice during your stay.

During peak seasons, guests of Little Haven Retreat are also treated to the arrival of a vintage Pizza hut, serving freshly made stone oven Pizzas with the freshest of local produce.

Dog Friendly

Pembrokeshire prides itself on being incredibly dog welcoming, with beaches galore with very limited restrictions in addition to dog friendly pubs, cafes and restaurants as well as visitor attractions.

Visit www.thegooddogguide.com for more details on where to take your pooch.

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