Fenton Farm holiday cottages are an ideal base whether a walker, cyclist or in a car
for exploring Pembrokeshire.
We are just a mile inland from Little Haven, which is a small coastal village set in a sheltered cove, nestling in the southwest corner of St Brides Bay, Little Haven is undoubtedly one of the most delightful seaside villages in Wales. The village, once a thriving sea-trading port, is now a popular location for both visitors and locals. There are three pubs which serve a variety of bar meals, The Castle and The Swan overlook the beach and village green. Little Haven also has a Bistro, a café, a gift shop and its ownLifeboat station.
The Pembrokeshire Coast
National Park is just
a mile away with its many paths and beautiful scenery. With our selection of beaches at Newgale,
Whitesands, Broad Haven, Little Haven, Marloes and Dale to name just a few. Surfing, kitesurfing
and windsurfing are just a few of the more adventurous activities available in
the area. Other activities
include sea and freshwater fishing, and boat trips to the offshore islands of
Skomer, Skokholm, Grassholm and Ramsey. Also horseriding along the
beaches at nearby Nolton and Druidstone and walks on the spectacular coast
For those seeking a touch of history the
cathedral city of St Davids and castles at Pembroke, Carew and Manorbier are a must.
We are just 6 miles out of the County
town of Haverfordwest, with shops, banks, restaurants etc. and also the former
bustling fishing port
of Milford Haven with its
marina and waterfront bars, cafes and shops.
those planning to continue their holiday in Ireland, or even have a day trip we
are within easy reach of the ferries at Pembroke Dock and Fishguard.