Broad Haven has been one of the most popular beaches in Pembrokeshire since the 19th century with both visitors and locals alike, largely on account of its nearness to Haverfordwest, which is approximately 10 kilometers away. A large, west facing, open expanse of beach, it is hemmed in at each end by cliffs which attract geologists from all over Britain because of their unique features. These include a number of stacks, the most impressive of which is Den’s Door at the north end of the beach, with two arches through its base. Also of interest is the intense folding and shattering of the cliffs, and the huge rock known as the Sleek Stone, again at the north end of the beach. When visiting these features, be careful not to get cut off by the incoming tide. Broad Haven is a popular bathing beach, and can also attract sail boarders and surfers when conditions are suitable. There are good views across to the St. David’s Peninsula on clear days. The beach is a winner of a Tidy Britain Group Seaside Award in 1999, and the water quality is good and complies with EC mandatory standard. Water quality results are displayed by the access point at the south end of the beach
The Village Hall is over 125 years old and is well used by the community. It regularly accommodates fitness classes, meetings, Brownies, Playgroup and line dancing to name a few. It is also an excellent venue for events such as birthday parties, live music, art exhibitions, craft fairs, barn dances, race nights and even weddings.
The main hall has a maximum capacity of 100 people and has recently refurbished toilets, including a disabled toilet and shower. There is also a back room which is available for hire for smaller events such as meetings. It is equipped with tables, chairs and crockery.
Wheelchair access to front of building