The Best Hotels, Cottages and Holiday Rentals to Book in Saundersfoot, Wales

This elegant Grove of Narberth is a country house hotel overlooking the Preseli Hills
This elegant Grove of Narberth is a country house hotel overlooking the Preseli Hills | Courtesy of Grove of Narberth / Booking.com
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7 November 2021
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Saundersfoot is a small, picturesque seaside town in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales. Spend days on the Blue Flag beach’s wide golden sands and sample local seafood at atmospheric harbour restaurants. The town is a colourful parade of pubs, cafes and shops – follow the Pembrokeshire Coast Path to see breathtaking rural scapes and charming nearby coastal town, Tenby. You’ll enjoy these hotels in Saundersfoot, whether you choose an elegant manor or a homely B&B – now bookable on Culture Trip.

The Woodridge Inn Hotel, for getting back to nature

Spacious room with large bed and wood furnishing at the Woodridge Inn Hotel
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Outdoor-lovers should book this hotel adjacent to the Landsker Walk and close to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and golf courses. Free parking and close-by bus services mean you’ll easily reach Saundersfoot (4km/2.5mi) and Tenby (6km/3.7mi). Post-exploring, refresh with a tipple on the lawned beer garden featuring a children’s playground, then recharge at the hotel’s Pan-Asian restaurant with dishes like the Korean-style pulled pork burger. Some rooms come with sea or countryside views – you’ll wake up to an inclusive full English.

Harbourlight Guest House, for family-friendly fun

The bright breakfast room at Harbourlight Guest House
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Enjoy a homely stay at this friendly, family-run three-star guest house. Cosy, well-looked-after rooms include two family options – one with bunk beds. You’ll all enjoy cooked breakfast in the bright breakfast room – children’s books and games will keep the kids occupied. The retreat is in central Saundersfoot – explore the town and beach on foot, the surrounding countryside on two wheels thanks to the handy bike lock-up, or use limited on-site parking to drive further afield.

Ty Gwyn – 4-Bedroom Holiday Home, for barbecues at sunset

Outdoor deck at Ty Gwyn – 4 Bedroom Holiday Home
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Of all holiday rentals in Saundersfoot, this one is perfect for groups. Five-star Ty Gwyn features four modern bedrooms and several bathrooms. Rustle up dinner for all in the big kitchen, tuck in at the eight-seater dining table, then relish a chilled night in the living room with huge sofas and an oversized circle seat. Sunny? You’ll love barbecuing on the furnished terrace and relaxing on balconies. There’s private parking for four vehicles – Saundersfoot is a short walk away.

Grove of Narberth, for delectable cuisine

The cosy lounge at the Grove of Narbeth
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This elegant, multi-award-winning country house hotel – including a Green Tourism Gold Award for sustainability – sits on a hilltop overlooking the Preseli Hills. Individually designed rooms feature luxuries like art and antiques. Choose one with a view to wake up to the garden’s blooming flowers, oak trees and vegetables that supply the kitchen at the three-AA rosette-awarded Fernery – highlights are the tasting menu and afternoon tea on the riverview terrace. Sink nightcaps in the cocktail bar or by the cosy, fire-lit lounge.

Slebech Park Restaurant and Rooms, for a manor retreat

A stylish room with exposed-brick arched windows offering river and garden views at the Slebech Park Restaurant and Rooms
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Slebech Park is a 700-acre (280ha) Georgian manor house estate. Stroll by the tidal river estuary and nearby woodlands, spotting badgers and otters. Choose from complimentary-Welsh-cake-included rooms like the adults-only old Granary – the original part of the building – with oak beams and floor-level windows. Alternatively, there’s a pet-friendly, garden-side room with a Welsh slate-lined bathroom – or Dunluce, where exposed-brick-surrounded arched windows offer river and garden views. Continental breakfast is included – try the two-AA Rosette-awarded restaurant’s 28-day dry aged beef fillet alongside house-cellar wines.

Picton House Hotel, for dog walks through the forest

Sophisticated lounge at Picton House Hotel
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Elegantly classic style runs throughout this dog-friendly hotel – from the rooms to the cocktail-serving, matte-blue bar and lounge. When the sun’s shining, sit on the garden benches or L-shaped sofas in the courtyard or explore the neighbouring woodlands and coastlines near this Llanddowror stay. Wake up to a continental or full Welsh breakfast – come evening, dine at the on-site restaurant for plates like lamb breast or mussels with chorizo and garlic.

Manian Lodge, for countryside convenience

Leather couch seating in the lounge at the Manian Lodge
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Book a room or suite at this family-run B&B where nothing is too much for the friendly owners. Set in village Kilgetty, you’re 4km (2.5mi) from Saundersfoot and 8km (5mi) from Tenby: staff will recommend the best local bits to make the most of your trip. To top off your stay, the on-site bar and bistro serves hearty dishes like homemade steak kidney pie.

Boulston Manor, for country-inspired design

Large elegant room with four-poster bed at Boulston Manor
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Expect characterful rooms at this immediately enchanting countryside manor-cum-B&B. Choose from breakfast-included rooms: the Arc de Triomphe Suite features bay window seats, ideal for reading the library’s books; the ground-floor Ascot Suite has a king-size sleigh bed, wood burner and roll-top bathtub; or the decadent Grand National Suite where you’ll sleep in a canopied four-poster beside sash windows overlooking the grounds and estuary. You’re in the heart of rural Pembrokeshire, a 35-minute drive from Saundersfoot.

Stoney Bridge Luxury B&B, for winding down in the garden

Five minutes’ drive from Saundersfoot and Tenby, you’ll find this B&B featuring rooms packed with luxuries. Book king-size en-suites with peaceful colour palettes, soft fabrics, stylish furniture and big bucket chairs perfect for kicking back. Choose the Oystercatcher Suite and you can soak in your stand-alone tub before watching the sunset from your private balcony – it’s one of the more peaceful holiday rentals in Saundersfoot. Stays come with a choice of cooked breakfast, and you’ll enjoy the furniture-strewn garden.

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