by Coast and Country Holidays
Situated between the villages of St Ishmaels and Herbrandston, Sandy Haven is a small sandy beach with some stepping stones, plenty of seaweed covered rocks and a small stream.
The stepping stones can be accessed for a couple of hours either side of low tide and make for ideal crabbing opportunities. The seaweed covered rocks can provide plenty of fun also – hunting for limpets and other shell fish hidden under the seaweed.
Access to Sandy Haven is via a very narrow single lane track. There are no amenities at Sandy Haven save for a small car park with a low (7ft) height restriction.
For refreshments or lunch time meals head for The Brook Inn at St Ishmaels.
If you head for Herbrandston be sure to take a look at St Mary’s Church with its very odd looking tower.
Sandy Haven Pill
Sandy Haven Stepping Stones at Low Tide
Lime Kiln near Sandy Haven
St Mary’s Church in Herbrandston
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