The tiny and picturesque cove of Little Haven is a bustling village with three welcoming pubs, tea room, restaurant, gallery and a fabulous beach set into a narrow steep-sided valley.
When the tide is out, Little Haven harbour reveals itself as an attractive and large beach smothered in beautiful sand, which extends around the corner, past rock pools and jagged cliff bases to the neighbouring and much larger, Broad Haven beach. Little Haven beach is always a popular choice for both swimmers and sailors.
The cliffs around Little Haven are some of the most spectacular around, with wonderfully varied coverage of wild flowers and wildlife throughout each changing season.
It’s not difficult to understand why people return to this area, year after year.
Little Haven is a picturesque old fishing village with steep streets that descend to a sandy beach with a slipway for small boats, including the local inshore rescue boat. The beach itself is popular with swimmers, divers and kayaks in the summer months. At low tide you can walk along the beach to Broad Haven, passing Settlands on the way, there are numerous caves and rock pools to explore however Settlands is only accessible at low tide so be careful not to get cut off here.
St Brides Inn is a peaceful pub situated near the beach at Little Haven. A lovely country pub making the most of fresh local produce whenever possible. This pub boasts a popular beer garden just opposite where you can enjoy a meal and/or drink.
There is no designated car park, but there is a public car park just opposite.
Dogs allowed in picnic area only.
Any dietary requirements can be accommodated, please notify in advance.
A welcoming pub looking over sandy bay, popular generously served food including pizzas and good local fish, Marstons-related ales, decent choice of wines by the glass, tea and cafetière coffee, bare-boards bar and carpeted dining area with big oak tables, beams, some stripped stone, castle prints, pool in back area. Children and dogs welcome in the outside picnic area.
The Swan Inn is a 200 year old seaside Inn with one of the best views in Pembrokeshire. They have a open log fires, with a rustic charm and a traditional atmosphere where you can enjoy a range of real ales and wines.
You can choose to eat on the ground floor restaurant or the contemporary first floor dining room.
Many produces are soured locally from St Brides Bay crab, home smoked mackerel and they even bake their own bread.
They offer lunch and supper, and every Sunday, lunches are served from 12 till 3pm.
Please note: Smaller potions are available for children.
The cooking is modern British and of exceptional quality. The commitment to seasonal and local produce is strong and the menu includes Welsh rib eye steak, local diver caught scallops, St Brides Bay crab, Welsh cheese and locally made ice cream. Get here early evening, grab a table with one of the best views in Pembrokeshire and settle down with a group of friends and a bottle of wine or on Sundays enjoy a traditional roast, leaf through the papers and relax.