Your accommodation is an exceptionally well-appointed 6 berth caravan with 2 separate bedrooms and a foldout double sofa bed, 1 ensuite bathroom and another bathroom with shower, a compact kitchen complete with gas oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer, plentiful cupboard storage, pots and pans, cutlery etc. and a TV with freeview and electric fire in the lounge area. For those rainy days when you don’t want to venture out, there’s a selection of books to read and family board games to pass the time.
All bed linen, including sheets, quilt covers and pillow cases, towels and beach towels are included, all freshly laundered before your visit so you don’t have to worry about cramming it all in your car – you only need to bring your sunnies, suncream, a raincoat (we do get the odd shower!) and your toothbrush! Then again, if surfing, cycling or kayaking is your preferred activity you may need to add a few more items to your car!
Little Haven is tucked away into St. Brides Bay and designated as a conservation area by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority. It’s an Idyllic Pembrokeshire coastal village located on part of the 180-mile coastal path. The village of Little Haven has 3 pubs, a café, a seafood restaurant/deli, an art gallery, a lifeboat station and village hall which hosts various events throughout the year – and of course, the beach with a slipway where boaters are able to launch small boats. The neighbouring village of Broad Haven, just a few minutes drive away, or also accessible by walking across the beach at low tide (look out for tide times so you don’t get caught out!). Broad Haven has a Londis grocery shop, post office, Italian restaurant (also does take-away), pub and restaurant and a take away fish and chip bar. If you need more than a few essentials, the caravan site is within Tesco’s online delivery service and your holiday groceries can be delivered direct to your caravan to save you the hassle of pushing a trolley round the store. The caravan site is less than 2 minutes walk from the coast path and has direct views over the whole of St. Brides Bay, from Little Haven, to Broad Haven, Dale, Newgale and on to St. David’s – Britain’s smallest city.