Pendyffryn Bed & Breakfast is situated in Little Haven, a short walk from the beach and the centre of the village, and its three pubs, all with good food and drink, a cafe and gallery.

A little further away is Broad Haven where you will find three other pubs, plus restaurants and a convenience store with post office. Both Little Haven and Broad Haven have beaches and sea front walks as well as easy access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path - blue flag beaches and lifeguarded in main seasons.

Popular sports on the beach include windsurfing, kayaking, paddle-boarding, snorkelling, and the area hosted its regular triathlon event in July after a two year absence. Among the local wildlife puffins are a native favourite between April and July. Basking sharks, seals, dolphins, porpoise and other unusual sea-life, not normally native to British shores: for example, in 2021 Broad Haven was visited by Wally the Arctic Walrus.


B&B in Little Haven and Wales Pendyffryn Guesthouse and B&B with rainbow sun shade and wooden garden table



After a day of hiking, snorkelling or fishing, guests at Pendyffryn Bed & Breakfast can relax in the garden or in the shared lounge area, and watch the world go by in the tranquil village of Little Haven.






B&B in Little Haven and Wales flying Puffin over sea

B&B in Little Haven and Wales coastal path wooden directions next to seafront beach

B&B in Little Haven and Wales Pembrokeshire sea front boat moor and village houses of Little Haven

Our Local Recommendations

For the following local services – where appropriate we recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment – please mention our name, when you do so.

Castle Hotel Little Haven

We are situated a few minutes walk away from the Castle where you can book for breakfast, lunch or evening meals. Booking in advance is highly recommended. 

Dale Sailing

This well-established local business offers island boat trips, enabling visitors to see the colonies of puffins on Skomer and Ramsey Island and other seabirds prevalent in the uninhabited islands off the Pembrokeshire coast.

St David’s

The smallest city in the UK, this stunning settlement includes St David’s Cathedral and the spectacular ruins of the Bishop’s Palace, which makes for a superb backdrop for open air theatre performances in the summer.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path

This superb walking route allows hikers to view the incredible shoreline of Wales, where it meets the Atlantic Ocean. In winter, great storms and waves crash upon this shore, making it one of the most jagged and eye catching coastal areas in Europe.

St Bride’s Inn

You will find this charming pub situated in the heart of Little Haven. They serve home-prepared food, a quality range of cask ales and other beers, and a sheltered beer garden. There are no fruit machines or pool tables, and the pub is geared towards providing a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

The Cornerhouse Café

This friendly café serves sandwiches, pizzas, snacks, ice creams, cakes, desserts, and superb coffee.

Luggage Transfer Service

Walkalongway offer a great service transporting kit and baggage for walkers and hikers along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, to make the trek easier and less baggage-laden.

Coastal Bus Service

The public transport links in Little Haven are relatively good compared to the rest of the region, with the 400 bus stopping approximately every hour during the day time.