Little Haven Bed and Breakfast

Little Haven B&B: at Waterloo Cottage in the centre of Little Haven, situated approx 50 metres from the beach.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Sea Views
  • 4 Star

Little Haven B&B: at Waterloo Cottage in the centre of Little Haven, situated approx 50 metres from the beach.

Waterloo Cottage is in the centre of Little Haven, situated on a private road which gives access, via the small village green, to the top of the beach - 50 metres away. There are adjacent sandy beaches at Broad Haven and at Setlands, between Little Haven and Broad Haven.

We have 2 B&B bedrooms - both are en-suiteAttention to detail and quality finishes have been incorporated, making it pleasant and convenient for our guests.
Sorry - dogs are not permitted.

Little Haven is located on the southern shore of St Brides Bay, situated in the heart of Pembrokeshire, the most westerly county in Wales. The Pembrokeshire Coast is renowned for its beautiful unspoilt beaches, rugged cliffs and fabulous views. Along this coast are several small villages such as Solva, Nolton, Little Haven and Marloes.

Little Haven is at the mouth of a wooded valley opening onto a small sandy beach at the head of a small cove. The village could have been built with relaxation in mind with three pubs, a bistro, a cafe, a craft shop and pottery, the RNLI Souvenir shop and a gallery. The village hall is a frequent venue for craft fairs and exhibitions. Little Haven was originally a coal (culme) mining village but has been a popular holiday destination for more than 100 years.

In the summer months the village focuses on the sea, watersport can be enjoyed from here or nearby Broad Haven, a 10 minute walk. Visitors can also participate in the annual Regatta or try their hand at building a raft for the August Bank Holiday raft race, both un-missable events.

Settlement in or around the village dates back to the Iron Age and Little Haven’s timeless link to the sea is also reflected in the stationing of an RNLI lifeboat in the village, the first station was established in 1882 and now there is a state of the art inshore rescue boat stationed in the village manned by volunteer crew living locally.

The village is also home to Little Haven Rowing Club who row Pembrokeshire Longboats, a modern craft based on a traditional design.

The Coastal Footpath passes Waterloo Cottage and the Puffin Shuttle coastal bus service has a stop at the front in Little Haven.

Broad Haven is 1/2 a mile over the hill from Little Haven and has a Londis Minimarket with a Post Office, two pubs (both doing food), The Ocean Restaurant and Cafe, two further cafes with takeaway fish & chips etc. Broad Haven beach is blue flag and is supervised by RNLI Lifeguards during the summer season.

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is easily accessible from Little Haven, the two mile long sandy beach at Newgale is a 20 minute drive, as is the delightful village of Dale. Further afield the City of St Davids, home of Wales’ Patron Saint is a 40 minute drive, as is the biggest theme park in Wales at Oakwood. Haverfordwest, the county town of Pembrokeshire is 15 minutes by car and provides Banks, Cinemas, Shops and other facilities.
The south of the county is accessible via the Cleddau toll bridge.

Address:
Waterloo Cottage, Grove Place, Little Haven, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. SA62 3UF
Tel; 01437 781256 e-mail malcolmwhitewright@hotmail.co.uk
Web: www.littlehaven-cottage.co.uk

Proprietors: Mary & Malcolm Whitewright

Directions:
Travel by road to Little Haven from Haverfordwest and from the north of St Brides Bay is best via Broad Haven. From the south there are roads in from Talbenny and Hasguard Cross.
Travel by bus is only possible to Broad Haven (half a mile distant) from Haverfordwest. There is a Puffin Shuttle bus operating along the coast road from Milford Haven to St. Davids, which stops in Little Haven.
Train is to Haverfordwest and then best by taxi to Little Haven (7 miles).

Waterloo Cottage is set back from Grove Place on a private tarmac road giving vehicle access to the main entrance at the front of the house for drop/off pick up of passengers and luggage. We do not provide parking but there is a large National Park car park in the village approx 50M away. This is currently free in the off-season and overnight and ‘Pay & Display’ during the day; April to September.

There are four steps within a covered portico up to the house entrance door. The entrance door is 810mm opening with a 50mm threshold. The two bedrooms are directly off the entrance hall and the floors are all level without thresholds. The bedroom door openings are 740mm.

The double bed room has an en-suite (710mm wide doorway) providing conventional toilet, vanitory unit wash hand basin, corner bath and a separate shower cubicle which is up one step and has a bi-folding door.
The twin bed room has an en-suite (720mm wide doorway) providing a conventional toilet, small wash hand basin and a large shower cubicle which is up one step and has a bi-folding door.
Waterloo Cottage has recently been rebuilt and rewired to current standards with light switches and power points at regulation heights. There is emergency lighting in the entrance hall and the house is fitted with integrated smoke/fire alarms. The House is ‘No Smoking’.
Breakfast is served on the first floor in the kitchen /dining room (740mm doorway). The stairs (800mm wide) comprise two flights of eight steps (180mm rise), with a half landing.

Little Haven is a small village having tarmac roads but no pavements. There is a level block paved walkway (100M) to ‘the point’ viewing area with seats giving panoramic views of St Brides Bay. Further access to the coast path is only via a long flight of stone steps. There is level surface around the village. There is a short ramp up to Village Green which is on the seafront overlooking the beach. There is a slipway giving access to the beach and at suitable low tides there is access across the beach to Broad Haven where there is also a slipway. Only the RNLI Lifeboat Souvenir Shop, the Café and The Castle pub have level entrances. The Castle also has full disabled toilet facility. The public toilets situated in the boat park, at the back of the main car park, also provides a key access disabled toilet. Other amenities within 100m are the National Park car park, The Bistro, The Craft Shop, The Swan Inn, The St Brides Inn and The Boathouse Gallery all have one or two steps to their entrances.

Mobile phone reception in the village is generally good for Vodafone and Orange but patchy for other networks. There is a public BT phone across the road from Waterloo Cottage. Guests may use the house phone by arrangement.

The nearest shop for newspapers and general supplies is the Londis minimarket in Broad Haven (1/2 mile). Sweets, snacks and refreshments are available in the Little Haven seafront café. There are further cafes, restaurants and pubs in Broad Haven.
A local directory of businesses and organisations is available from the Londis shop.
Doctor: St Thomas Green, Haverfordwest.               Tel 01437 762162
Dentist: Portfield Dental Practice, Haverfordwest    Tel 01437 762978
Police: Haverfordwest                                              Tel 01437 763355
Hospital: Withybush, Haverfordwest                        Tel 01437 764545
 

Get in Touch

Mary & Malcolm Whitewright
Waterloo Cottage,
Little Haven,
Pembrokeshire,
Wales.
SA62 3UF

Telephone: 01437 781256
leave a message if we're out and we will get back to you.                    
 

Please quote
'Let's Stay'

Contact Details

Waterloo Cottage
Little Haven
Pembrokeshire
SA62 3UF
T: 01437 781256
M: 01437781256