Glen View Little Haven -- Contact us via e-mail or phone 01646 636274 (plus answerphone) or 07580 326205 for further information. Free WiFi available.
Cosy and comfortable semi-detached cottage in the popular Pembrokeshire National Park Village of Little Haven in St. Bride's Bay. The cottage is peacefully located at the end of the row and nestled into a grassy bank with ferns and woodland beyond. This is a one bedroom cottage with double bed, and in the lounge is an easily converted, king-size, sofa bed that can sleep 2. There is a dining area seating 4 with a view through the stable door to the wooded valley beyond. Free WiFi available (17Mbs). No smoking permitted inside the cottage. The cottage is accessed by steps.
There is a private car park (space for 1 car). The cottage consists of a Lounge/Dining Room, Bedroom, Kitchen, and Shower Room. The property is equipped to a very high standard. Tea and coffee is provided on arrival.
Pets are welcome by arrangement. (For pet terms and conditions see here.) (Dog friendly pubs in Pembrokeshire)(Dog friendly beaches). There is a sheltered, fully enclosed, patio that is perfect for enjoying summer BBQ's or meals in the sun. In the lounge is a Smart TV with Netflix facility. Outside is a storage shed with washing machine, and a cold shower for washing down wet suits (or the dog!).
The popular village of Little Haven is situated in the Pembrokeshire National Park with nearby easy access to the Coastal Path. There is a beach, with access to Broad Haven (at low tide), via Settlands Beach and also via the coast road.
It is only a short stroll (less than 5 minutes) to the beach, coast path and a selection of excellent pubs, craft shop and art gallery.
Most food shopping can be done in nearby Broad Haven. There are numerous water sports activities with instruction and/or equipment hire in Dale, Broad Haven and Newgale. Other nearby activities include horse riding in Nolton and challenging golf courses. Pass through Marloes to Martins Haven for boats to Skomer (see a wide variety of sea-life including the ever popular Puffins and Gannets). Evening boat trips offer the opportunity to watch the manx shearwaters gather in rafts before flying to their burrows on the island. In Autumn visit the Deer Park at Martins Haven to watch the baby seals. The county town of Haverfordwest with all its shops, cinema and new leisure centre is just 8 miles away.
Little Haven is ideally situated for exploring the attractions of Pembrokeshire. A comfortable drive away are attractive amenities like the historic city and cathedral of St. Davids, the castle in Pembroke, Lys y Fran Reservoir and the Preseli Hills. Little Haven is on the coastal bus service route.