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  • No.41

  • Little Haven
  • Ref: 1514
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Property Highlights:

A stylish and charming converted fisherman's cottage in the popular holiday village of Little Haven that never fails to impress with its picturesque setting and excellent choice of pubs.

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Guest Book Comments

The cottage was just as advertised and the caretaker was very helpful. However with such a smart cottage I would have thought the kitchen could be better equipped. The crockery and cutlery were not very stylish and the utensils were very poor in particular the potato masher, the egg slice and the kitchen knives were not fit for purpose. Chairs in the bedrooms for putting clothes on would be a bonus. Otherwise very comfortable. It took us a long time to find the kindling in the shed. Some information about this would have been helpful.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your comments and suggestions which have been forwarded onto the owner. We are glad that you enjoyed your time in Little Haven in this lovely cottage.

A trusted customer - 4th January 2019


R Davies - 19th November 2018

Great modern and comfortable property with modern furnishings and fittings. Good location for coastal walking. Nice welcome basket of welshcakes, eggs, milk, tea bags. Only small points that could easily be improved: Only three dishwasher tablets supplied, no washing up liquid, only two toilet rolls on arrival this seemed a bit mean for the price we paid. Or inform visitors to bring own. No additional bags to put rubbish in or directions when bin men were coming. Could have supplied local map of circular walk or Puffin bus timetable. Light not working over bathroom mirror. No lightbulb in one of the lights over breakfast bar.

A trusted customer - 15th October 2018


Graham Foster - 6th October 2018

Perfect! One of the best cottages that we've stayed at. We will be back.

Ian Jones - 2nd October 2018

Fantastic little tardis...

A trusted customer - 4th August 2018

Cottage was beautiful. Well prepared and everything we needed.

A trusted customer - 23rd June 2018
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Property Description

No.41 is a stunning fisherman's cottage conversion, created to the highest standards. Perfect as a romantic retreat for two or a family bolthole for four, this Little Haven gem is not to be missed!

  • Looks are deceptive from the outside of this quaint fisherman's cottage. No.41 has been recently extended, renovated and transformed offering its guests a perfect holiday layout anytime of year.

  • Step through the front door to the white washed wooden floors and the two restful bedrooms are either side of the hallway. Follow the hallway through to a well planned dining area - 3 steps up - that looks out onto the garden.

  • Downstairs No.41's open plan living area is spacious and welcoming with two log burning stoves, a bright, modern kitchen and floor to ceiling bi-fold doors opening out onto the sunny enclosed garden. Also on the ground floor is the spacious and contemporary bathroom with walk in shower, toilet and wash handbasin.

  • Little Haven, with its sandy, sheltered cove, is just yards away from No.41. This quaint and popular village is full of charm and character and is an excellent base for a Pembrokeshire holiday.

  • Spend your days on the beach and when the tide is low walk round to the long golden sands of Broad Haven.

  • No.41 is a perfect retreat for a holiday anytime of the year - relax and explore this stunning coastline and all it has to offer.


2 Bedrooms sleeping 4 people. Ideally suited for 2 adults and 2 children.

1 Double and 1 Bunkbed Room with Double underneath and Single bed on top. Both on ground floor.

Bathroom with walk in shower, heated towel rail, wc and washbasin on lower ground.

Open Plan Kitchen/Living Area on lower ground floor.

Kitchen - well equipped kitchen with an induction electric hob, separate electric oven, microwave and dishwasher. Kitchen bar area on worktop with 4 cream leather stools.Built in Utility Cupboard off main kitchen with Freezer and washing machine.

Living area - 2 x 2 seater sofas, farrow and ball painted floorboards, feature fireplace and log burning stove, Flatscreen TV, Freeview, coffee table, lamps. 2nd log burning stove by bathroom. Bi-Fold doors lead onto the Garden.

Dining area elevated on landing area (11 steps up from kitchen) Table to seat 4 with bench and 2 chairs. Views to the garden.

Grounds Fully enclosed back garden with outside dining table and chairs.

Additional Information

Short breaks -All Year except Peak & Summer weeks

WiFi - Yes via 4G Dongle (wifi hot spot, not usb).

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 1 cars on the road in front of the property. Public car park available 100 yds down the road. This is a paid for car park.

Fuel - modern electric storage heating inclusive throughout the year and welcome pack of logs supplied for log burners.

Dogs - Sorry no pets allowed

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area

Little Haven

  • Little Haven is a vibrant seaside village with a choice of 3 excellent pubs for food and drink. The Saint Brides Inn by the car park, The Castle on the seafront and The Swan on the path heading to The Point. There is also The Corner House cafe serving breakfasts, great coffee and cake.

  • Browse the Lifeboat Station for cards and gifts and the Old Boat House Gallery with its interesting selection of local arts and crafts for sale.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

  • No.41 is a wonderful base from which to explore - a 3 minute walk will bring you onto the Coastal Path. Wild and wonderful in the autumn and winter gales, strewn with wild flowers and alive with bird song during the spring and summer. Head west to St. Brides Bay or East to the golden sands of Broad Haven.

Broad Haven

  • Broad Haven village (just a 4 minute drive away) has everything you need for your holiday: a large, sandy Blue Flag Beach, a well-stocked convenience shop, 3 pubs, a restaurant, fish & chip take away as well as a surf shop selling and hiring out water sports gear.

Haven Sports Surf Shop
  • A favourite with surfers, both beginners and professionals, as well as those who like a range of water sports, there is even an equipment hire service available.

Nolton Haven & East Nolton Riding Stables

  • A tiny village with a sandy beach, a 200 year old stone chapel clinging, nail bitingly close to the edge of the cliff, a village pub serving bar food and east Nolton Riding Stables who will take you on a thrilling gallop across the beach or trekking in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside.


  • Newsurf at Newgale will provide you with all the necessary equipment and teach you how to surf with daily lessons for beginners and improvers by qualified instructors.

St Davids & Cathedral & Local Boat Trips

  • A 40 minute drive will take to you St Davids, with its Cathedral which hosts international music festivals during the year. There are cafes, art galleries, gift and book shops to explore. There are boat trips, fast or slow, to see dolphins and whales and to watch sea birds in their natural element.


  • The crescent shaped bay of Dale is at the entrance to the Haven Waterway which runs deep into the heart of South Pembrokeshire. While away a few fascinating hours watching the boats on the water.

  • Dale is a centre for water sports of all sorts - you can try your hand at sailing or surfing, kayaking or coasteering - West Wales Windsurfing and Sailing provide tuition for all abilities.

  • At the Griffin Inn in Dale you can eat alfresco overlooking the bay and enjoy the fresh fish caught that morning by the pub's fishing boat.

Marloes Peninsula

  • Martins Haven from where the boats depart for day trips to Skomer Island is 9 miles away. Marloes village and magnificent coast and sandy beach (National Trust) is 7 miles with an added footpath for access to the beach.

Art Galleries and craft

  • West Wales is famous for its artistic community - drawn in by the clear unpolluted light, uncrowded living and inspirational surroundings, there are artists, silversmiths, potters, glass makers, carvers and furniture makers - to name only a few. As you wander the countryside, their workshops and galleries are myriad - visit and enjoy the amazing quality and variety of their work.

Family Fun
  • Travel the length of breadth of beautiful Pembrokeshire to discover some amazing family attractions such as Castell Henllys Reconstructed Iron Age Settlement, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Tenby's Tudor Merchant's House N.T., Heatherton Sports Park, Manor Wildlife Park, Folly Farm, The Dinosaur Park, West Wales Karting and Scolton Manor Museum and Country Park.
This charming cottage, once the home of a Little Haven fisherman, is an appealing base for exploring Pembrokeshire at any time of the year.

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