Stayed overnight after the second day's walking with two chums along part of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The rooms were a bit small, but most importantly they were very clean and my bed was comfy enough. The breakfast was very good, although the service was perhaps a little abrupt.
All in all, worth visiting again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Anchor Guest House is situated right on the sea front in Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire. It faces westwards onto the beautiful safe and sandy beach and enjoys fabulous views of the St Brides Bay. Helen and Ian offer a warm welcome to their guests, who have a choice of nine guest bedrooms all of which have en-suite facilities. Two recently refurbished bedrooms at the front of the guesthouse have access to a spacious balcony that overlooks the bay. The rooms all feature flat-screen colour televisions, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. With four doubles, one family, two twins and two single rooms Anchor Guest House can accommodate up to nineteen guests. Breakfast consists of a selection of fresh fruit salad, yogurts, cereals, fruit juice, toast, tea and coffee plus a full cooked breakfast, served in our sea front breakfast room. The property also has a guest lounge, a large sea view garden, off road parking in our private car park, free wifi and is a perfect place to stay for exploring Pembrokeshire. Ideally situated for boat trips to Skomer Island or Ramsey Island, walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, or just a relaxing break by the sea. Anchor Guest House is located in a coastal village of Broad Haven on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Within a 100 metres of Anchor Guest House are the village shop and post office, a pub, two cafes, a restaurant/bar and a bus stop. The Puffin Shuttle bus, which travels up and down the coast comes through the village in both directions three times a day from May to September. There is also a bus service several times a day to the local market town of Haverfordwest, where the train station is located. Pembrokeshire is situated in one of the UK's National parks and is justly famous for its lovely sandy beaches. Amongst many holiday activities to enjoy are walking, bird watching, boat trips, geological excursions, horseback riding, golf, surfing, fishing, coasteering, cycling, and diving plus a variety of family tourist attractions. ... more less