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The weather in Little Haven
Find the Little Haven climate diagram. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 19°. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 3°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is April.
Discover the Pembrokeshire coast with a Little Haven holiday letting
A Little Haven cottage is an ideal base from which to explore the golden beaches, national parks, and beautiful clifftop hiking trails of the Pembrokeshire coast.
Swans and griffins
Little Haven's Swan Inn is over 200 years old. Dating back to the days when the village was a centre for fishing boats and lobster pots, it comes as no surprise that seafood makes up much of the menu. It serves up succulent, locally sourced fish dishes that you can enjoy by a roaring fire – what more could you ask for?
The Griffin Inn in nearby Dale offers similarly fishy delights. Perched upon a busy harbour that buzzes with fishing boats and pleasure craft, the Griffin offers traditional Welsh fare alongside a full seafood menu. The terrace in front of the inn offers perfect views over the bay.
Birds and bugs
With its lovely beach, gentle surf, and host of rockpools to investigate, Little Haven is great for kids. However, if you do fancy a day out, why not head on a tour organised by Thousand Islands Expeditions in St Davids? Set sail and explore the many islands that lay off the Pembrokeshire coast, all of which are teeming with birdlife.
There'll be squawks and squeals aplenty at Dr Benyons Bug Farm! Insects, bugs, and all sorts of creepy crawlies make this icky attraction a blast for adventurous kids.
Cathedrals and cosy firesides
St Davids has much to offer on a day out. Whereas it may seem to be a typical old Welsh village full of craft shops, tea rooms, and surf shacks, it is also home to one of Wales's most important cathedrals – making this little village the smallest city in the UK!
The nearby holiday town of Tenby also makes for a great day trip. This historic walled town is packed full of little shops, seafront amusements, and cosy pubs.
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