Druidston Haven Beach

Druidston Haven Holiday and Accommodation Guide

Introduction

The beach at Druidston Haven is a mile long stretch of golden sands that is west facing, with a pebble bank. Usually quite quiet, the beach lies in an impressive setting, with steep cliffs on either side.

Details: Druidston Haven, Pembrokeshire.

The beach at Druidston Haven is a mile long stretch of golden sands that is west facing, with a pebble bank. Usually quite quiet, the beach lies in an impressive setting, with steep cliffs on either side. The base of the cliffs at either end of the beach are exposed at low tide, although they can get cut off by the incoming tide, especially at the south end, where the tide rises very quickly. There are many caves and rock pools to explore and lots of space for dogs to run, kites to fly.
The hamlet of Druidston Haven has few amenities, although the Druidston Hotel is a family run, relaxed place to eat, drink and stay. It has some quirky rooms and self catering options, including an old circular croquet pavilion built in 1910. The restaurant at the hotel has featured in the Good Food Guide consistently since 1974.
The Puffin Shuttle Bus calls in at Druidston en route to St. David's.

Nearby towns and Beaches
Druidston Haven is just a couple of miles away from the lovely beaches of: Broad Haven; Nolton Haven and Newgale.

Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015


A working farm set within four hundred acres of peaceful countryside. The famous coastal path runs along its seaward fields with panoramic views to the setting sun across the ocean.