The Haven at Masons Barn

Ynglŷn â The Haven at Masons Barn

Stay at The Haven for peace and quiet in your own detached accommodation with its own Conservatory.

Four star B & B accommodation in pretty rural surroundings not far from Broadhaven and the Dale peninsula and easy access to Martins Haven and Skomer Island. Lounge/bedroom, bathroom, Conservatory and dedicated parking.

Wifii, washing machine, fridge and sink and many environmental features. Open all year with a warm welcome. Access to a large garden and walk around a ten acre woodland.

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Open all year.

WELSH:: Price Info:

Rates: B&B per person per night £38

Single occupancy per night £55


  • Advanced booking in peak time
  • Bed linen free of charge
  • Broadband Connection available
  • Central heating
  • Cot high chair provided
  • Credit Debit card accepted
  • Euros accepted
  • Evening meal arrangement
  • Ground floor rooms
  • Private Gardens
  • Private Parking
  • Radio in rooms
  • Tea coffee facilities in rooms
  • TV in room/unit/static caravan
  • Washing machine launderette available
  • Wifi Internet Access



  • Entrance off main road marked by vertical reflector sign on gate on left hand side
  • At sign for Masons Barn, lit at night
  • Take left hand track of two
  • Track length 275 metres and uneven surface
  • Wooden entrance gates at the end signposted Masons Barn will be open. Lights on at night either side of entrance.
  • Enter courtyard a large gravel flat surface.
  • Ample parking room adjacent to The Haven
  • The Haven entrance through conservatory door
  • All doorways are wide for wheelchair access.
  • Ramp to Conservatory entrance door
  • Ground floor bedroom Lounge and bathroom all on same level
  • Bathroom with grab rail in shower and adjacent to toilet, large shower

Sense of place Previously part of a farm, so the renovated barns and farmhouse look across to a large open field with extended view of the Welsh countryside. Shelter provided by courtyard walled garden. Flanked to the rear by traditional unused farm buildings partly screened by a traditional Pembrokeshire earth bank and hedging.