Saundersfoot is in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, recently voted in the top two coastlines in the world by National Geographic Traveller. Famous for the 186 miles of Pembrokeshire Coastal Path (which passes our door) and with fifty eight rather special beaches to explore as well as dramatic inland landscapes such as the Preseli Hills Saundersfoot is an ideal base. Our 'own' part of the Coast Path (the section between Amroth and Tenby) is fairly challenging but has incredible views along its entire length.
Pembrokeshire has more Blue Flag awards for its beaches than any other county in Britain including Saundersfoot itself and also Barafundle Bay (30 mins from us and consistently voted the most “beautiful beach in Britain”). The county is home to many popular attractions including dramatic castles such as Carew, Manorbier and Pembroke and iconic destinations such as St Davids Cathedral as well as eternally family friendly options such as Oakwood, Folly Farm and Heatherton.
In recent years, headline events such as Ironman Wales and Red Bull Cliff Diving have chosen Pembrokeshire for its superb environment and are supported by the flourishing outdoor activities on offer such as coasteering, kayaking and sailing. We’re close to unique islands like Skomer Island National Nature Reserve and Marine Nature Reserve (famous, among other things, for its spring time puffin population) and there are boat trips available to get you closer to our wonderful marine wildlife.
For information on all that Pembrokeshire has to offer the Visit Pembrokeshire website is a perfect official guide and we’re always happy to tell guests about all of our own favourite spots to visit. There are rather a lot to choose from.
St Brides Hill, Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire SA69 9NH