Herbrandston is a small village in the south west Pembrokeshire coast. It has a large beach with clean red 'Sandy Haven' sand, which leads up to a tidal creek. There is a carpark adjoining the beach.
Herbrandston is a small uncommercialised village within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, situated on part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
The bay of Sandy Haven is found at the edge of the village, home of Sandy Haven Caravan Park and camping site.
The village has a church, church hall, a Post Office, small village shop, one pub and one bed and breakfast.
By roadFrom Haverfordwest take the road towards Milford Haven. At Milford Haven follow the road through the town to the roundabout and take the first exit across the bridge. Stay on this road for 2 miles until you reach the village sign.
By busThe coastal buses run, stopping at coastal towns and villages including Herbrandston (Daily during summer months).
By footThe Pembrokeshire Coast Path passes through Sandy Haven beach, with the high tide route taking you through Herbrandston village.
St Mary's churchcontains a worn effigy of what appears to be a 14th-century knight holding a sword. Its tower has two levels; the third level, which contained battlements, was removed between 1740 and 1770.
Sandy Haven Beach
The Taberna Inn is the only pub in the village.
phone: +44 1646 697732address: Fields Lodge, Middlekilns Lane, Herbrandston, Milford Haven SA73 3TEBoutique Bed & Breakfast accommodation with 4 double bedrooms, sleeping a maximum of 8 people.
phone: +44 1646 698844