Walkers Lodge is a family-run bed and breakfast near Little Haven, Havordwest; ideally located for the beach, coast path and Boat trips to Skomer, Grassholme and Skokholme Islands. Dogs welcome. Ideal for families and group bookings. There is a wide choice of activities available locally, coasteering, windsurfing, surfing, paintballing, quads, go karting kayaking and diving to name but a few, making Walkers Lodge perfect for any activity breaks in Pembrokeshire. For more information/weblinks for these activities click on the highlighted words.

When looking for a comfortable, family-run B&B, close to Little Haven and Broadhaven in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park; look no further than Walkers Lodge Accommodation. This idealistic lodge sits in a picturesque area between the market town of Haverfordwest and the village of Dale and is surrounded by public walks and cycling routes. Guests are treated like an additional member of the family, being included in breakfast and evening meals if they choose to be, and are provided with a large lounge/dining room with logburner, TV, DVD, Nintendo Wii , WiFi and CD player as well as a range of books and games. This ideally located home from home is perfect for any guest wanting a homely, active holiday in a beautiful area; with quaint villages waiting to be discovered and explored.

Walkers Lodge is in a central location with several towns and villages around,an ideal location for anyone wanting to explore the area thoroughly. Situated just a mile from the fishing village of Little Haven, and just a short walk along Settlands beach from Little Haven is Broadhaven; which is perfect for sailing, swimming and surfing. Walkers Lodge is ideally located for the boat trips to the islands of Skomer and Skokholme, beautiful early in the year when the puffins are home to roost. Boat trips run from April 1st to October 31st from Martinshaven approx 5 miles away. If you'd rather not take the car then there's always the option of travelling by bus, the Puffin Shuttle, which runs along the coast and stops just 200 yards from the B&B. For those travelling with younger guests that would rather an exciting day out; the lodge is just 20 minutes away from St Davids, The Preseli Mountains, Tenby as well as Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm and Manor House Zoo.

Dive groups are always welcome at Walkers Lodge, (the old West Wales Dive Centre) there is an air station to fill your bottles less than a mile away. Perhaps the best diving to be found in Wales is around the 180 miles of Pembrokeshire coastline, where you will find many places only accessible by boat. The area is a beautiful both above and below the water, with an abundance of marine life. You will find seals, dolphins, sunfish, triggerfish, seahorses and even the odd shark and whale have been seen. Once you are past Tenby, the visibility improves dramatically. Whilst average visibility is around 8 metres it is possible to get up to 20 metres around Skomer Island. The Lucy is the most dived wreck in the area with its deck at 32 metres and dropping down to 40 metres over the side. There are a few places where you are able to penetrate her. The size of the wreck allows her to be dived without incurring huge decompression penalties. Whilst this is a fairly advanced dive, there are numerous opportunities for less experienced divers, for example at Rye Rock, North Haven on Skomer Island and at High Point, just east of Martin's Haven. If weather conditions are not favourable it is usually possible to dive inside Milford Haven. Within the Haven there are numerous wrecks and when visibility is good they can be a real treat. The Dakotian is one of the best wrecks around when you have the visibility. There are many places to swim through and the rudder is huge and well worth seeing. Other wrecks are the Caroline, Beehar, Greek, Landing Craft,Collier, Thor, HMS Barking, Highland Home (30 metres), Sub, Martrona, Faraday, Loch Shiel and a few more.