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Sandy Haven

Located to the far South of West Wales, is the picture perfect village of Sandy Haven. It is situated closely to the port of Milford Haven, and the thriving town of Havefordwest, making it a great place to stay in one of FBM Holidays cosy self catering cottages. This quaint village will explore all your senses, and is sure to enthral you with the sounds of natural wildlife and miles of golden sandy beach, that stretch out across the coastal landscape.

This tranquil setting is explored by many walkers, and creates a family friendly atmosphere, and being secluded from busy roads, and towering buildings, it promises distraction from every day life. For the ultimate romantic holiday, be drawn to the spot to watch a unique sunset that fills the sky with hot orange and vivid pinks all reflected in the calm and serenity that the ocean brings to any special moment. Gaze upon the starlit skies, whilst you sit peacefully under the glow of the moonlight, and sink into the silky sand. With soaring trees and shimmering rock pools, it is a charming village that will capture the interest of all the family.

FBM Holidays endure to heighten the pleasure of your holiday, and have many self catering cottages available, that are all designed to captivate the serene character of this area.

To the right of Sandy Haven, and a short drive through scenic country lanes, is the village of Herbrandson. The village is very small, but features a splendid county pub, “The Taberna Inn”. Cosy and comfortable, this pub serves up a wide range of food, and also accommodates for changes in ambience by having different themed rooms, the “Buffer Stop” restaurant displays a railway theme, whilst the formal restaurant gives you the experience of being at sea, with its customary nautical theme.

Less than four miles away from here, is the historic town of Milford Haven, and is home to the largest Port in Wales. Being the second largest town in Pembrokeshire, Milford Haven is guaranteed to provide you with a wonderful day out. Among the many shops that it offers, and historical assets that characterise the towns past, enjoy modern dining in the esteemed “Martha’s Vineyard”. Offering views across the Marina and creative cuisine, it will perfect your evening with elegance, and leave you feeling contented.

St Ishmaels is a short two mile drive away to the left of Sandy Haven and is a picturesque village to visit. It is also very close to the coast, and is popular with many surfers and keen boating enthusiasts.

Just over nine miles away, you can feast your eyes upon the popular town of Haverfordwest, a busy built up area, consisting of an award winning farmers market, an historic castle, shops galore, and evening entertainment. Pop into “Hidden Treazures” for Welsh novelties, art and craft, and then finish the day off with a soothing spot of tea and cake, in “The Moon and Sixpence”, featuring many unique gifts for that special someone.