A light and airy cottage, with a real feel of the seaside both inside and out with it being just a few minutes’ walk from the pretty harbour, seaside shops and the sandy beach that makes up the fabulous seaside resort of Saundersfoot.
A perfect base for friends and family looking to make the most of the beachside holiday yet having coastal walks from the door and remain a short drive from fabulous days out and a variety of theme parks.
Set over the ground floor, there are four comfy bedrooms and a family shower room.
There is a stylish and bright, well-equipped kitchen, with everything you need to make the most of the relaxing dining area.
A separate sitting area, gives you somewhere to relax of an evening and reminisce about the day’s adventures.
Outside, you can sit in the elevated terraced patio, a deceptively secluded garden area, perfect for a barbecue as the sun sets, with far-reaching sea views over the roof tops of this quaint little village.
Saundersfoot is a fabulous seaside village, with an increasing reputation as a gourmet resort, a selection of eateries using fantastic local produce.
There is the lovely sandy beach to enjoy, a quaint harbour and the coastal path stretches in both directions opening up fabulous walks from the door.
Being in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, you are ideally placed to explore the wonderful coastline with myriad sandy beaches and coves in both directions, such as Amroth and Wisemans Bridge, whilst within walking distance, they are less than a 10 minute drive.
Why not take a trip to the pretty harbour side town of Tenby, with its multi-coloured houses dipping down to the sea and its popular beaches and watersports or perhaps a trip to the seven mile stretch of Pendine Sands, or visit the iconic boathouse, home of the famous Welsh writer Dylan Thomas?
The area offers numerous outdoor activities such as wildlife spotting boat trips, coasteering and an array of watersports, local horseriding or perhaps grab a round of golf.
For those that want a wider variety of days out, why not visit one of the popular attractions such as the Blue Lagoon, an all-weather water park, Folly Farm, Manor House Wildlife Park, Heatherton World of Activities or Oakwood Theme Park, all between 5 and 10 miles away.
With so much to do you may not want to travel too far, however, for those looking to explore, the National Park wraps around the coastline of Pembrokeshire.
With fabulous opportunities to travel to a variety of islands such as Skomer, the seasonal home of the puffins.
The coast and inland countryside is peppered with fabulous walks and diverse countryside, with the nearby Preselli Hills and a variety of quaint towns, villages and the tiny city of St Davids with its striking cathedral.
An ideal base, perfect for friends and family to retreat to after a day soaking up the sun on the beach, walking the fantastic coast path, enjoying the breathtaking countryside, towns and villages or spending the day in one of the local theme parks.