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Saundersfoot, West Wales
Saundersfoot (2mls N), West Wales
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Looking for a beach cottage in Saundersfoot? Browse through our selection of self-catering holiday cottages in Saundersfoot beach, and find the ideal spot for a romantic escape or a group getaway. The small seaside resort of Saundersfoot is full of character and charm, with striking beaches and chocolate-box buildings. The picture-perfect Pembrokeshire coast has some of the UK’s finest beaches, and Saundersfoot Beach is a shining example. The glistening beach has dog-friendly sections all year round, making this the perfect place for a family beach holiday. The village itself has become very popular for its dining options, from gastro pubs and elegant restaurants to beachfront fish and chips. You are also well located to explore much of inland Pembrokeshire.
The remarkable Saundersfoot Harbour is an exciting place for a walk around, with moored boats ranging from fishing vessels to luxury yachts. If you fancy setting sail on your own boat trip, there are plenty of options available from here, or if you fancy something a little less extravagant, you can hire a paddleboard, kayak or canoe to explore the coastline. For a fantastic family day out, head to Folly Farm Adventure Park, a zoo that houses more than 90 different wildlife species and has tonnes of daily activities to occupy even the most inquisitive minds. Have you been inspired to visit this area of Wales? Take a look through our Saundersfoot cottages by the beach above.
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