The Crest Bed and Breakfast
An introduction to The Crest Bed and Breakfast
The Crest stands in a superb clifftop location overlooking the picturesque village and cove of Little Haven. From the house there are wonderful panoramic views across St. Bride’s Bay from Borough Head to Ramsey Island.
Rosie and Ken offer comfortable en-suite bed and breakfast accomodation comprising one twin bedded room and one double bedded room, both at ground level. Occupancy is from 4.00pm on the day of arrival and we ask that rooms be vacated by 10.30am on the day of departure.
Occupants of the double bedded room enjoy a spectacular sea view. This room has its own balcony, with a patio door from the bedroom. Both rooms have TV and tea/coffee making facilities.
Breakfast is served in the conservatory, a feature of which is the magnificence of the views out to sea. A choice of full Welsh breakfast or a substantial Continental breakfast is offered and is served between 8.30 and 9.30am. Rosie makes a point of utilising fresh local produce wherever possible.
£35 per person per night for stays of 2 nights or more.
£40 per person per night for a one night stay.
Single occupancy £50 for a stay of 2 nights or more.
Single occupancy for one night £55.
These prices include a full Welsh breakfast or Continental breakfast, if preferred.
Packed lunches are available on request.
The tiny village of Little Haven is only a few minutes walk away. It has a well deserved reputation as a popular and attractive holiday destination.Set in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, it is an ideal place from which to explore our beautiful county, with many visitor attractions within easy reach. Little Haven makes a natural staging post for walkers of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and The Crest is only 500 yards from the Path, making it a convenient place for walkers to bed and breakfast.
The village itself has three pubs, each with a different atmosphere but all serving good food at reasonable prices. In the main holiday season there is also an attractive Bistro which specialises in seafood and a beach side café which offers a variety of hot and cold food and drink. The village also has a Craft Shop and Pottery. The RNLI Gift Shop, situated on the Boat Park adjacent to the Lifeboat Station is run by Ken and Rosie.
Among the recreational facilities available locally are surfing, boating, windsurfing, diving, horse riding and, of course, as already mentioned, excellent walking on the Pembrokeshire Coast long distance footpath. Most beaches offer safe bathing and are seldom crowded. Rosie and Ken are always pleased to help their guests to get the most out of their visit by sharing their local knowledge which has been gathered over many years.
Find Us by Car
From the nearest town, Haverfordwest , approximately seven miles away, take B4341 signposted Broad Haven.
Ignore the signpost to Little Haven at a sharp bend on the outskirts of Broadway. Continue into Broad Haven, drive along the seafront and continue straight ahead, up hill, signposted Little Haven. Please note that the road is very narrow.
In a little over half a mile you will arrive at The Crest which is the third house on the right hand side and is painted yellow. There is ample off road parking available.
Find Us by Public Transport
There is a limited bus service from Haverfordwest to Broad Haven. The Puffin Shuttle bus, serving the needs of holiday makers in the St. Bride’s bay area, runs through Little Haven.
However, the most practical form of transport, other than private car, is a taxi. There is a taxi rank in Castle Square, Haverfordwest and there are always taxis available at Haverfordwest Rail Station.
Tea & Coffee Making