The Pembrokeshire National Park is a famous beauty spot with glorious sandy beaches and unspoilt countryside at every turn. Our gallery gives you a glimpse of the natural beauty of the area… you will have to come and enjoy the experience in person.

Coed Haroldston
Broad Haven

Coastal Path

The 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path runs from Poppit to Amroth passing an amazing 58 beaches and 14 harbours including our very own Broad Haven. If you are not brave enough to take on the whole length of the walk the Pembrokeshire walkers bus services cover the entire path. Just hop off where you fancy and get on again when you are ready. An astonishing variety of landscapes en-route makes every mile unique and with north, west and south facing coasts, the constantly changing views engage your interest totally. Take the opportunity to visit some of the picturesque and charming towns and villages en-route including Tenby, Narberth, St Davids, Solva and our immediate neighbours Little Haven and Druidston. Little Haven is just a mile away and has some good pubs and restaurants.

Broad Haven

Beautiful, westerly facing Broad Haven beach has won the Blue Flag award and is a safe and family friendly venue for bathing, rock pooling, building the ultimate sand castle or just picnicking on golden sands.

If you are keen on water sports, Broad Haven is ideal for kite-surfing, kite buggying, windsurfing and surfing.

When you find yourself in need of refreshment, the southern end of the beach has pubs, a shop, a restaurant, and a cafe all in the immediate area.