Little Haven nestles in a valley around a small sheltered cove which at low tide becomes a wide expanse of sand leading to Settlands and Broad Haven beach beyond. A walk up to The Point provides a good viewpoint across the village, beach and St Bride’s Bay.
Within the village there are three pubs: the St Bride’s by the car park, the Castle on the sea front and the Swan on the path leading to the Point. All offer a friendly welcome, a range of good beers and good food. Booking is advisable at busy times.
The Pembrokeshire Coast path runs through the village and can be accessed at the Point or at several places along the lane from the cottage.
Broad Haven is a few minutes stroll across the beach at low tide or a little longer (and hillier) via the coast road. There you will find a Londis general store/Post Office which has a cash machine (fee payable). Withdrawals can also be made from the Post Office counter without charge. There are cafés, a bar/restaurant, beach shop and surf hire shop.
Haverfordwest (7 miles) has good shopping facilities including Tesco (on the Little Haven side of the town), Morrisons, Aldi, Lidl and Marks and Spencer. Tesco provides a delivery service to the village.