Beaches & Coast

Druidston Haven

This is the main beach we use for beach riding and is a short trek across our fields. It is a quiet beach as it is only accessible by footpath and bridleway. The Druidstone Hotel sits on the cliffs above overlooking the beach and sea and has a bar and restaurant.

See Visit Pembrokeshire - Druidston Haven Beach

 

Nolton Haven

This beach, surrounded by cliffs and easily accessible by car, is also used for beach riding when quiet. Unlike Druidstone it has a car park and is easy to get so it becomes busy in summer. There is a pub called the Mariners Inn overlooking the beach and next to the car park, and the Puffin Shuttle runs through connecting it to St Davids and the St Brides Bay villages by the coastal bus service.

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Newgale Beach

Almost two miles long Newgale is a popular beach for surfing, body boarding, wind and kite surfing. There's plenty of space and easy access from Haverfordwest. It is also an easy walk from Nolton along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path to Newgale where there are a few shops, a surf shop, cafes, and a pub.

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Broad Haven

The beach is overlooked by the village of Broadhaven with shops, cafes, pub, and surf shop. It is a popular, and often busy, seaside resort with safe bathing and often good surf when it's too rough at Newgale.

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Nolton Stables provides quality holiday accommodation, both self catering and bed & breakfast, along with unique beach horse riding, zorbing and segway racing.

Located in the small village of Nolton we are easily accessible from Haverfordwest, and central to the west coast of Pembrokeshire.

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is nearby, along with the coastal villages of Broadhaven, Little Haven, Newgale and Solva. Skomer Island is easy to reach from Nolton.