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Herbrandston is a coastal village on the north side of the Cleddau river. The village boasts a small post office, shop, Church and a pub.

Herbrandston's name derives from Herbrand, a Norman settler who came to Pembrokeshire after the Norman Conquest and settled here.

The beautiful beach of Sandy Haven sits on the edge of the Herbrandston village, along with Sandy Haven Creek, a charming tidal inlet.

These provide hours of fun for walkers, dog owners and children. Herbrandston is located near the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast Path and also the town of Milford Haven, which has it’s very own theatre and a marina, full of wonderful shops, restaurants and cafes.

Events in St Davids
Events in St Davids

Whether you're visiting St Davids in the spring, summer, autumn or winter; there's some great events to get involved with.

Tania (and Jerry) Rees, Happy Planet Green Store
Tania (and Jerry) Rees, Happy Planet Green Store

Happy Planet Green Store is one of Pembrokeshire's very first plastic free stores, helping you work towards a zero waste lifestyle.

What is Bowen Therapy?
What is Bowen Therapy?

Bowen Therapy is an alternative remedial therapy to more common types of massage such as Deep Tissue, Swedish and so on.

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