The quaint village of Little Haven is on the west coast of Pembrokeshire at the southern end of St Brides Bay. An old fishing village with a good deal of charm and character. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has designated Little Haven as a conservation area.
Little Haven is connected to the coastal bus service 400: The Puffin Shuttle. It connects all the St Brides Bay villages between St Davids and Marloes.
The RNLI established a lifeboat station, named Little Haven, in 1882. The lifeboat was kept afloat, in a sheltered position under Goldtrop Head, until a new boathouse and slipway were built in 1903. The station closed in 1921 because of difficulty finding crew members.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path passes right through the heart of the village.
The path to The Point is pushchair or wheelchair friendly and provides a good viewpoint. There is a small beach on the south side of The Point called ‘The Sheep Wash’. It was used by local farmers, 50 years ago, for washing sheep before shearing.
The Coast Path in either direction provides good walking without too many gradients. Heading south, a moderate walk takes you to the pretty little cove at St Brides Haven.
Food and drink
There are three pubs in Little Haven, The Saint Brides Inn by the car park, The Castle on the sea front and The Swan on the path heading to The Point. They all provide food. A small seafront café and a bistro are also available.
There are several B&Bs and farm guesthouses in Little Haven and neighbouring Broad Haven but the nearest hotels would be in Milford Haven or Haverfordwest. There are several camping sites, touring caravan sites and several holiday parks nearby where you can rent self-catering caravans or chalets. There are several self-catering cottages both in Little Haven and in surrounding villages. For Coast Path walkers, there’s a youth hostel in Broad Haven.