White Hart Cottage

Dale Road, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3SE

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  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Our Cl is an excellent base for exploring the west coast of Pembrokeshire. All pitches are level hardstanding with grassed areas alongside, each has electric hookup and space for awnings. The entrance off a B road has been designed for easy access for longer units. Dogs are welcome, there is a dog walk and you are welcome to use the mown field adjacent to the site for dogs excerise or children to play.

Broad Haven long sandy beach and the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is 2 miles away, from here you can join the coastal bus routes, ideal for walkers. There many beaches and coves within a short car drive, as are the boat trips to Skomer Island well known for its comical puffins (mid May to early Aug) and baby seals (Sept). If you wish to visit the islands and you have your dog with you we can highly recommend the local boarding kennels. There are craft shops and museums in the area and within half hour drive many castles to explore. St Davids, the smallest city with its magnificent cathedral and Bishops Palace is only 30 minutes drive away, passing through Solva a lovely harbour village.

This area is ideal for walkers, and those wanting water based activities eg surfing, kite surfing, Broad haven has surf hire shop. Horseriding, including beach rides, are available nearby. The nearby sandy beaches are ideal for children to build sandcastles and crabbing in the rock pools. Little Haven, Dale and Marloes beaches are all dog friendly and Broad Haven has a dog ban on only half the beach. Sea fishing is good at Dale, Little Haven and Druidstone beaches.

There is a shop in Broad Haven but you are only 5-10 minutes drive from the main county town Haverfordwest with all the shopping/banking facilities. Broad Haven also has a restaurant, 2 pubs, and fish and chip shop. There are good pubs in Dale, fresh fish dishes usually available at weekends. Marloes and Little Haven as well as other neighbouring villages. Most pubs are dog friendly.

There is a cinema in Haverfordwest and a cinema/theatre in Milford Haven.

Pembrokeshire has some very good events throughout the year, the County Show, activites in nearby castles, Pembrokeshire fish week, St Davids and Fishguard music festivals to name just a few.

To help you make the most of your stay you will find on site an "information box" with books maps, list of events, tide tables etc you are welcome to use these during your stay.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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Pitches

Types of pitch: hardstanding

Electric hook up available

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
SA62 3SE
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Lat 51.772016 / Lon -5.057852
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Fishguard (20 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Haverfordwest

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Excellent little CL

This is a lovely, very well maintained CL. The water/waste/rubbish facilities are well placed and clean and tidy. The toilet and information room are a great bonus. All pitches are hard standing and the bank behind the site gives good shelter from the wind. The coast walking in the area is excellent as is the coastal bus service. Skomer is well worth a visit, but go early for tickets. We were in the queue by 7.15 and came back to the site for breakfast before returning for the 11 o'clock ferry. This seemed to work well for us. We would definitely recommend this CL.

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We booked this site for it’s proximity to dog friendly beaches after discovering that St David’s beach had a dog ban May to September. We usually use club sites and have only tried C.L. sites a couple of times. Well after using this site we will be changing our habits. The site is easy to find, accessible to big units, (we have a motor home and tow a car) the pitches are well spaced, the hook up is 16amp, the hardstandings are relatively level and there is a toilet and wash basin on site. Very good value and no little extras for dogs, awnings, hook up etc. The dogs loved the field to run and chase a ball in and adored Broad Haven sands which is only a couple of miles away. The site is a great base from which to explore Pembrokeshire, and the information room definitely lives up to it’s name, a big thank you to Jan for that. We will be back as there is so much more for us to do in the area.
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Good size pitches, a wealth of info provided by Jan. The site is in a great location for visiting all the places of interest. The coastal path walks are fantastic, breathtaking views, local beaches are lovely and only a few are not dog friendly or have partial dog babs. The only complaint I would have about this site is the road noise, although it is just bearable. Overall a great base and we had a very enjoyable week here! Thanks Jan!
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A very good base for exploring Pembrokeshire

An excellent base for touring the surrounding area. 10 minutes drive and you have a plethora of supermarkets and shopping in Haverfordwest, ideal when you forgot the milk, and Tesco have the cheapest fuel for miles around (even cheaper than at home. Broad Haven beach is less than 10 minutes away and is a glorious place to watch the sunset from with and easy drive back to sight. St Davids (the smallest city) is just under 30 minutes drive with the historic cathedral and we can recommend the wildlife boat trips around Ramsey Island (use the 1000 island boats as they are the only ones allowed to land on Ramsey which is an RSPB reserve. The amazing Pembroke Castle is quite close and well worth a visit. The site itself is well laid out with very easy access even for long units with plenty of space for both awning and car. The dog walk area is one of the best and nice for the early morning stroll even without a dog but beware of the boggy bit at the bottom if your pooch likes mud. The pitches stay dry in even the wettest weather with none of the puddles forming under the awning that have been such a pain on otherwise lovely sites. High banks on two sides offer protection from any high winds while still offering good vistas. A CL with a toilet is always a bonus to reduce the emptying duties and this one was always clean. (accessed through the information area) The information is well stocked with leaflets about the area and books both fictional and factual. This has fast become our destination of choice for the West Pembroke area.
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back to basics. the site was nice and quiet made very welcome. the site only had one toilet but no prob,s. 4 good size pitch for the awning what more do you need. will we go back yes. thanks to jan-ken     

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