Little Have Beach
The pub at Little Haven is close to the beach
Pretty Houses line the streets of Little Haven

Little Haven Beach and Accommodation Guide

Introduction

Situated on the southern end of St Bride’s Bay are the villages of Little Haven and Broad Haven, set just mile or so apart. Both villages probably grew up as fishing villages.

Details: Little Haven and Broad Haven

Situated on the southern end of St Bride’s Bay are the villages of Little Haven and Broad Haven, set just mile or so apart. Both villages probably grew up as fishing villages.

Little Haven is quieter and has a small sheltered stony beach that is very popular with divers. Dive Pembrokeshire takes trips to popular dive sites and wrecks. There are also a few pubs within walking distance of one another, each providing excellent food.

Broad Haven is a popular tourist destination due to its safe, wide, sandy beach. Haven Sports on Marine road, rents and sells water sports equipment. There are a few pubs, The Galleon, overlooks the sea and provides good pub food. There is also a fish and chip shop and a general store.

Nearby Towns and Beaches

Just a few miles away are the popular beaches and towns of, Newgale, Solva, Druidston Haven, Nolton Haven, St Bride’s, and Marloes.

Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015


The Crest stands in a superb clifftop location overlooking the picturesque village and cove of Little Haven. From the house and garden there are wonderful panoramic views across St. Bride’s Bay from Borough Head to Ramsey Island.