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Pendyffryn
Guesthouse and B&B
Settlands Hill,
Little Haven,
Haverfordwest,
Pembrokeshire
SA62 3LA

phone:- 01437 781863
mobile:- 07811 074107
 
email:- click here
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  The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path...

From the border with Cardigan in the north to Amroth in the south, the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path will take you on a trek totalling 187 miles. Whether you take 2 weeks to walk the entire length or stroll along a short section in an afternoon, you will be amazed by the wonderful and spectacular scenery of the coastline – voted by National Geographic in 2010 as the second best coastal area in the world.
 
Soaring cliffs and rugged headlands are home to all manner of marine and bird life – watch out for seal pups in early Autumn tucked away in hidden coves and nesting guillemots perched precariously on rocky ledges around Dinas Head.
 
The wooded outcrop of Dale Head is a perfect location for wildflowers – Primroses and Dog Violets in March and April, Wood Orchids, Bluebells and Red Campion in May. But wherever you walk in Spring and Summer you will be impressed by the wealth of flora from tiny Eyebright hidden in the grass to the majestic foxgloves which seem to guide your way along the path. This is an important migration route for many avian species visiting the UK including rare sightings of the Dartmouth Warbler. Stay up late to hear the Nightjar call over Tretio Common near St David´s. Peregrine Falcons, Choughs and Grasshopper Reed Warblers can all be observed in the scrub and grass on the cliffs above St Bride´s Bay.
 
St Bride´s Bay attracts pods of Dolphins – in 2010 a “superpod” of around 1,000 Bottlenosed Dolphins made their way north along the coast.
 
Spend some time sitting and don´t forget to gaze out to sea – you may be rewarded with the sight of diving gannets or a passing whale.
 
For artists and photographers the stunning scenery never fails to provide inspirational and motivating material.
 
St. Brides Bay is located in the centre section of the Path and provides a variety of walks over sandy beaches, through small coves and up over the headlands. Little haven is a strategic location to access these sections. Sunsets from Little Haven Point are a spectacular attraction, followed by a welcoming hostelry near-by.
 
The local Puffin bus ambles along the coastal lanes and you can hop on and off whilst walking sections between the stops.

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park website ..

 


 
 
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