Anchor Guest House is on the sea front and faces westwards onto the beautiful safe and sandy beach at Broad Haven. The house is within the dramatic Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, while the Pembrokeshire Coast Path passes by the front door. Broad Haven is a small, family-friendly sea side village located at the southern end of St. Brides Bay in Pembrokeshire, West Wales.

Anchor Guest House, which is open all year, is a stone’s throw from the magnificent beach. The guest house offers en-suite accommodation and is an ideal base for the varied outdoor activities for which Pembrokeshire is justly famous: walking, bird watching, geological excursions, horseback riding, surfing, coasteering, cycling, and diving are amongst the many options.

Broad Haven boasts two pubs, a cafe and bistro, a cafe/restuarant/bar establishment, a cafe and takeaway eatery, a surf shop, a gift shop, a shop specialising in beach and souvenir articles as well as a general store and a sub-post office. Most of the above services are available year round.

Somewhat more seasonal and just over the hill with three pubs, and small cafe as well as a gift and RNLI shop is Little Haven — 5 minutes by car or a 20 minute stroll along the shore when the tide is out — while the larger market town of Haverfordwest is only 15 minutes away by car. There is a regular local bus service into town, meeting with both rail and bus connections to points beyond. In season, the Puffin Shuttle coastal bus stops not 100 yards from the house on its daily journey between Milford Haven and St. Davids. Over the winter season, the coastal bus operates 3 days a week.

For up-to-minute availability, please phone 01437 781 476.


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