Anchor Guest House Broad Haven Pembrokeshire
An introduction to Anchor Guest House
If you're looking for a place to stay as a base to explore Pembrokeshire or to enjoy a relaxing break by the sea, Helen and Ian would like to welcome you in to their home. 'We have 9 ensuite bedrooms to offer, with magnificent sea views, including so
Anchor Guest House is situated within the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park with the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and Celtic Trail Cycle Route running right by the front door.
If you're looking for a place to stay as a base for exploring Pembrokeshire or to enjoy a realxing break by the sea, Helen and Ian would like to welcome you in to their guest house. "We have 9 large bedrooms to offer, with magnificent sea views including some fabulous sunsets ovger the west coast line."
We are right on the Pembrokeshore Coast Path, so ideally situated for walkers and wildlife ensthusiats, with Skomer Island and its puffins a short drie along the coast. Broad Haven beach itself is beautiful, clean and safe and popular for a variety of water sports.
We have a variety of double, twin, family and single rooms available, all of which are ensuite and include tea an coffee making facilities, televsions and free wifi. We also offer our guests fee parking and the use of our seaview guest lounge
Rooms will be ready from 3.00pm on the day of your arrival and must be vacated by 10.00am on the day of departure.
8.00am - 9.00 am (other times by prior arrangement)
Stays of 1 night are between £42 and £48 per person per night.
Stays of 2 nigths plus are between £40 and £46 per person per night
Deposit of 50% is required. Deposits are non-refundable.
Cafe Sunshine - open daily at 10 a.m. from end May to end of August each year
Enjoy breakfast rolls, cakes, light lunches including sandwiches, toasties and salads, plus tea/coffee and a licenced bar servig local bottle beers, cider and wine. Enjoy something to eat and drink with us and relax with the unbeatable view of the beacha and St Brides bay, from our dinign room or garden. One of specialities is our Pemborkeshire Cream Tea - local scone, Pembrokeshore jam, clotted cream, strawberries and a pot of tea - go on treat yourself.
Tea & Coffee Making
Contact us if you need any help or advice planning your holiday.
From a stroll on the beach to a serious trek in the Preseli hills, Anchor Guest House is perfectly situated for your next walking holiday, in any season.
- Pembrokeshire National Parks
Circular walks, ranging from a one hour stroll to an invigorating 15km cross-country hike, gentle strolls, and wheelchair and easy access walks. Plus information on the 299Km Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
- Walking World
Pembrokeshire's West Coast has some of the biggest surf and Broad Haven is a popular destination for surfers of all abilities.
- Surf With Us
Surf reports for the Pembrokeshire coast.
- Surfing, Windsurfing and Kite Surfing
- Pembrokeshire Surf Bus
Pembrokeshire has some of the finest sea fishing in Britain, especially for bass, while the rivers are noted for their salmon, trout and sewin.
- Pembrokeshire Anglers Association
- Tourist Net UK
For fishermen who are interested in quietly sitting on the bank of a small pool, standing waist high in waders in a swift-flowing river, or fighting to land a large fish out at sea, in Pembrokeshire area, this page is intended to help you source the information you need.
South Pembrokeshire Heritage Coast is a rugged coast taking in excellent walking and wildlife viewing, sandy beaches, and historic remains.
- Visit Pembrokeshire
List of heritage site attractions.
- Britain Express
The heritage coast reaches 40 miles from Caldey Island, near Tenby, to Angle Bay in the Milford Haven estuary.
- Tourist Net UK
Castles, Cathedrals, Monuments, Stately Homes & Palaces.
If it swims, flys or has four legs, its not far from Broadhaven.
- Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve
- Activity Wales
Gannets, Dexter Cattle, Dolphins, Shire Horses, King Fishers...
- Sea Trust
A section of the Wildlife Trust South & West Wales