Mill Haven is situated on the coastal path north of Marloes. Access is along the coastal path, either from Little Haven (approx 2 miles) or St Brides Haven (approx 1 mile). Alternatively, a footpath runs from Broadmoor Farm. The beach is mostly stones with red sandstone rocks and rock-pools. It looks out towards Stack rocks, about ½ mile offshore.
Five small stone sculptures, collectively entitled "The Eyes of the Sea" are located behind the beach and nearby. One of these, in the form of a rock with a circular hole in it, is positioned alongside the coastal path. The others may take more searching.
It's a very peaceful, secluded place, with only the occasional coastal path walker stopping off for a break.
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This is a lovely secluded, pebble beach which has fantastic sunsets in the summer. You can stay in a lovely eco campsite and glamping site at Mill Haven Place, where there are also cosy cottages to stay in, which is just a 15 minute walk inland from the beach. There is public access up to the site from the beach. Quite often you'll see seals just off the beach fishing, as their colony is off the north side of Stack Rock.
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