White Hart Cottage
Dale Road, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3SEView on map
Why stay here ...
A warm welcome awaits you at our CL in a central location to explore the delights of the west coast of Pembrokeshire, and further afield. All pitches are level hardstanding with a very generous 16amp EHU. The entrance off a B road has been designed for easy access for longer units. All are made welcome, couples, pets and families. We have an adjacent 2 acre meadow for dog walking and ball games. The nearest beach is just over 2 miles away.
Pembrokeshire is blessed with some of the best scenery in the UK. Yes we may be biased but come and see for yourselves.
There are around 50 beaches along the coastline all joined by the 186 miles of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. There are long sandy beaches and quiet secluded coves so whatever you want to sunbathe, walk, swim, fishing, crabbing, kayaking, windsurfing, surfing, sailing or just a hideaway there is a beach for you. Most are dog friendly too.
Want to try horse riding? There are several stables, some offering beach rides. Golf? Choose from a variety of locations.
The area abounds with a variety of wildlife. A visit to Skomer is a must, you may even be lucky to spot a dolphin or two on your way over. Walk the coastal path to see the seabirds. Or walk the Preseli hills to find ponies and maybe see a red kite.
The county is steeped in history. A visit to St David's Cathedral and the Bishops Palace is a must for most. Pembroke Castle is said to be the birthplace of Henry V11. It has a fascinating and somewhat tumultuous past. Carew Castle is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The nearby Carew Tidal Mill is the only restored tidal mill in Wales and one of just five in the UK. A Visit to Caldey Island is not to be missed.
Try one of the Adventure Parks and Activity Centres for the more adventurous or take a boat trip along the coast.
Haverfordwest, the county town, only 4 miles away has shops, banks and other facilities. There are local "corner shops" in many villages - Broad Haven is just over 2 miles away. For unusual souvenirs or presents there is no better place than Narberth. After a day exploring, try one of the local pubs or restaurants, some serving local produce, or relax on the beach with a take away. You may prefer a BBQ with some Welsh meat or try the locally caught fish.
Pembrokeshire has some very good events throughout the year, the County Show, activities in nearby castles, Pembrokeshire fish week, St David's and Fishguard music festivals to name just a few.
To help you make the most of your stay you will find on site our information room with books, leaflets, list of events, tide tables etc you are welcome to use these during your stay.
So come see what this little county in the corner of Wales has to offer, one visit is never enough!
Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM
Electric amperage: 16
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- SA62 3SE
- Lat 51.772016 / Lon -5.057852
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- Nearest port: Fishguard (20 miles)
- Nearest train station: Haverfordwest
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