Number of Rooms/Units/Pitches: 4
Little haven is a small picturesque seaside village in an ‘area of outstanding natural beauty’ in the Pembrokeshire National Park, six miles from Haverfordwest.
Point Cottage stands on its own on the Point and commands glorious views right around St Bride’s Bay from Ramsay Island almost to Skomer Island. Access to the cottage is 100 yards up a paved section of the coastal footpath. The beach, café, car park, restaurant and three pubs are all within easy reach.
Lying within the National Park the property comprises of a detached traditional Pembrokeshire cottage, with painted rubble stone walls and part cavity extension with the roof being a traditional Pembrokeshire slate and mortar pitched roof. The property occupies a unique headland position with superb views of St Brides Bay to Solva, St Davids and Ramsey island.
It is approached off the adopted Millennium Coastal Path though of course, there is no vehicular access due to the narrowness of the path.
The accommodation is to ground floor only of kitchen/breakfast room, living room, bedroom and shower room with WC. With a sloped triangular lawned garden and rockery
The vast expanse of sandy beach is washed every day by the tides and is very safe. This part of the coastline is famous for its geology, sea birds and wild flowers. For those who wish to explore, there are numerous beaches and coves and 168 miles of beautiful coastal footpath as well as a sea sports hire centre from Broad Haven beach for the more adventurous. There is good fishing at sea and from the Point.
The cottage consists of one double bedroom with adjoining bathroom, a large kitchen/dining room and a sitting room. Both the sitting-room and the kitchen dining room have large windows overlooking the sea.