A warm Pembrokeshire welcome awaits you at Coed Haroldston; a family owned and managed set of three sympathetically newly restored properties that were once the outbuildings of the nearby Haroldston Hall. Coed Haroldston is located only yards from Broad Haven's safe, sandy beach, alongside the village of Broad Haven, with its pubs and shops in easy walking distance, set in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
The beauties of the Pembrokeshire coast unfold before you as you take the short stroll down the lane from Coed Haroldston's secluded location to find Broad Haven beach in front of you, gleaming gold and blue at your feet, or step to the left to start your walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Coed is the Welsh word for "woods" and indeed the name lives up to its promise, adjoining as it does the path through acres of lush woodland, green and unspoilt. The woods are home to numerous species of wildlife with secret badger setts, migratory and domestic birds, the rare slow-worm and a varied population of bats and insect life.
Each cottage is equipped to a very high standard (including Wi-Fi) which has been recognised with a 5 star rating from Visit Wales.