We are on the Pembrokeshire
Coast Path – for sixteen hours each day!
Two hours either side of low tide (which happens
twice a day), the path takes a short-cut across Sandy Haven Estuary on stepping stones. The rest of the time, it passes the
The 315 bus, which runs three times a day between Milford Haven andMarloes passes
the door, and connects at Marloes with the 400 Puffin Shuttle to St David's. The first bus heading west is at about 9.30
and the last one arrives back at about 18.45. The bus runs daily between the end of April and early September. A truncated
version runs certain days of the week during the autumn and winter.
We are happy to pick up and drop off guests at points on the coast path between Newgale and
Neyland by arrangement. This allows guests to spend a few days here and travel light while walking this 43 mile section of
Coast path walkers who like to move on each day often seem to stay next at:
Ferry House Inn, Llanstadwell
Travelodge, Pembroke Dock
High Noon Guest House, Pembroke
Woodbine House, Pembroke
Richmond House, Dale
Marloes Sands Youth Hostel
Clock House, Marloes
Lobster pot, Marloes
Anchor Guest House, Broadhaven
Broadhaven Youth Hostel
depending on how many miles per day they plan to cover.
Coast path walkers should note that the
Sandy Haven Estuary, 30 minutes west of here, and the Dale estuary, two hours further west, are only crossable two hours
either side of low tide. At other times a long road walk is needed. For tide times see the Milford Haven Port Authority web site and remember to add an hour to any GMT times during BST.
A folder of local
short walks is available in the lounge, as are leaflets on specific walks in the county.