Druidstone Haven is a large, secluded pebble beach, leading to a vast sandy expanse at lower tides. The beach is surrounded by proud cliffs that add to the dramatic nature of the area. The beach, at low tides, is a vast expanse of sand with rock pools at either end. The cliffs shoot dramatically skywards, with a waterfall cascading through the cliff to the rocks below.
The beach, at low tides, is a vast expanse of sand with rock pools at either end. The cliffs shoot dramatically skywards, with a waterfall cascading through the cliff to the rocks below.
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The tide moves quickly here so be aware of this if you wish to explore the rocks, caves and caverns that pepper the cliffs here. You don’t want to get cut off!
The beach is ideal for boarding or swimming as it’s shallow and gentle. It’s largely protected from the elements. However, for those venturing away from the shoreline, it should be noted there are strong currents here so it is always advisable to check tide times and weather conditions. There’s plenty of sand to enjoy many beach activities.
The local riding centre uses the beach for riding experiences. As a result they can take over the beach for an hour or so throughout the day. They access the beach via the northern Coast Path, which can equally cause congestion there.
The beach is accessed via a long, steep path, which makes this inaccessible to those in wheelchairs or those with buggies.
There is very limited parking in the lane leading to this beach. There are a number of passing places that are confused with parking spots, which can cause problems along this single lane road. It is advised that cars are parked at near by Nolton Haven or Broadhaven and the beach is accessed via the Coast Path.
Dogs are allowed.
Dog friendly beach all year round
Few very limited spaces to park along the single-track road
no toilets at the beach
Swimmers should take care due to possibility of strong currents
Food at the Druidston Hotel
Fish include flounders, bass
Green Coast Award
Good for sunset