Saint Bride's InnSt Brides Road
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Little Haven is a quaint old fishing village in conservation area of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.The RNLI established a lifeboat station here in 1882 and a slipway was built in 1903 Formerly known as the New Inn, the pub acquired its present name, taken from the bay in which the village is set, in 1904.The St Bride's Inn is a family run pub in the centre of the village and is open all year round selling a range of Welsh and local Pembrokeshire ales. It is noted for the ancient well in the cellar. The attractive interior includes a separate dining area, and there are heaters on the patio in the pretty suntrap garden for outdoor drinking. Winter hours may vary so contact pub for details . This is an old cosy beamed pub separated into drinking and eating areas with some old fashioned settle seating near a stone fireplace. Menu has a range of seafood and fish dishes. Two dining areas, one upstairs