Nolton Haven is a sheltered cove with a sandy beach, small slipway, free car park, toilets and pub. It doesn't get as busy and crowded as nearby Newgale and Broadhaven, yet is easily accessible. As a cove it is sheltered from wind and the sea is much calmer than Newgale making it ideal for children to swim, body board or kayak.
The Mariners Arms is at the head of the beach, opposite the cottages, and provides the full range of snacks, lunches, evening meals and refreshments.
Haven Cottages are located at the edge of the beach overlooking the sea. Going past the garden is the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path so you can literally walk out of your door onto the path and be walking the stunning coastal scenery towards Newgale in the north, or south to Druidstone and Broadhaven.