Woodlands The Saundersfoot
The beautiful village of Saundersfoot became an industrial port in the 19th century. The port was used to export iron and coal from the local collieries. While there aren't any more coal-laden coasters, the delightful resort has remained. As you walk along the beach, you'll notice many pleasure boats and fishing boats that tell of some of the area's main activities. During your stay in our lovely town, you can indulge in one of the local activities like fishing, tennis, bowling, and golf. Saundersfoot is dotted with excellent eateries that cater to every budget and taste. The town is set in the heart of Pembrokeshire National Park which is home to gorgeous beaches, woodlands, excellent footpaths, and rugged cliff tops. Whether you're looking for adventure or simply want to study the area's history, you'll find plenty to do. Our Pembrokeshire hotel is located near many lovely towns filled with numerous attractions. The walled town of Tenby is just 3 miles away while St. David, UK's smallest city is located close by. Visit Bosherston village to see the popular Lily ponds or explore the small quiet villages of Little Haven, Dale, and Solva. Go on a boat trip to Caldey Island and sample some exquisite homemade chocolate or visit Skomer Island to watch Cormorants, Puffins, Seals, and other species of sea birds. For a peaceful and tranquil day, visit Begelly water gardens or Colby woodlands. Activities Once voted the best beach in Wales, Saundersfoot has much to offer. The area is filled with an excellent choice of beaches. Some beaches such as Whitesands, Freshwater West, and Newgale are excellent for surfing while others like Amroth beach are ideal for families. Take the whole family on a fishing trip and see the different varieties of fish that abound in the area such as Whiting, Dogfish, Mackerel, Flounder, Gurnard, Bass, and Pollock. Saundersfoot is famous for sailing and holds different national competitions every year. During your stay, you can indulge in some sailing, skiing, scuba diving, surfing, or dinghy racing on Sundays. For a quiet day, head over to Saunderfoot's safe beach and enjoy swimming in the warm waters. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, one of Britain's national trails, runs past our hotel. The path, which covers a length of 186 miles, is a sight to behold. It follows the coast from St. Dogmaels to Amroth and wanders through lakes, limestone cliffs, flooded glacial valleys, woodlands, volcanic headlands, and rolling red sandstone bays. It is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that showcases ethereal beauty. Other interesting places to visit within 10 miles of Saundersfoot are Folly Farm Adventure Park, Oakwood Coaster Country Theme Park, Heron's Brook Leisure Park, and Heatherton Sports Park.
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