Saundersfoot Holiday Cottages

Take a look at the Saundersfoot holiday cottages and self catering properties below. They’re located in some idyllic spots in the local vicinity and have all attained excellent ratings from previous occupants.

Anchor Cottage, Saundersfoot

Anchor Cottage, Saundersfoot
Anchor Cottage is an annexe-style holiday property, located close to Saundersfoot’s beach. It has two bedrooms, a double and family room with three single beds. The kitchen is well-equipped and there’s both a sitting room and dining area. Mod-cons include a TV with Freeview and DVD player, a small library of DVDs and books as well as Wi-Fi. The exterior includes a raised garden with patio furniture and off-road parking that can accommodate two vehicles. Travel-cots and highchairs are also provided by request. Anchor cottage has drawn praise from previous guests for its central location as well as its proximity to other popular resorts such as Tenby.

Brewery Cottage, Saundersfoot

Brewery Cottage, Saundersfoot
This is a two-bedroom holiday cottage located in the centre of Saundersfoot. The property can accommodate up to 4 people with a ground-floor double room and a twin on the first floor. Its interior is open-plan with a dining and sitting area and a modern, fitted kitchen. The exterior features a private, enclosed patio with garden furniture and a BBQ. There’s also off-road parking for up to three vehicles. Brewery Cottage is within walking distance of the beach and is a short distance from Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. While most reviews have been positive, some guests complained about noise in the early hours due to the property’s proximity to a local nightclub and taxi-rank.

Gweld-Y-Mr Coastal Cottage, Saundersfoot

Gweld-Y-Mr Coastal Cottage, Saundersfoot
This detached holiday cottage is located in Saundersfoot and features two bedrooms: a double and twin room. The interior is open-plan with a modern kitchen and a sitting room with dining area. Mod-cons include a flat-screen TV with Freeview and DVD player, gas central heating and Wi-Fi internet access. Outside, there’s a front garden and private rear balcony with furniture. In addition there’s both unrestricted roadside and off-road parking for 1 car. Those with mobility issues should however note that the steep driveway and steps leading into the property preclude easy access. Customer reviews have nevertheless been largely positive with guests praising the sea views, cleanliness and comfort, the well-equipped kitchen and the property’s peaceful location.

Priory Cottage, Saundersfoot

Priory Cottage, Saundersfoot
This luxury self catering cottage is in the centre of Saundersfoot and sleeps 4 people. There are two bedrooms; a super king-size double with en-suite facilities and a twin room. The interior is open-plan with a sitting and dining area and there are three televisions, all with Sky packages and surround sound. Wi-Fi is also provided and there’s a small collection of games and books to choose from. Large patio doors lead out to an enclosed, tiered decked area which includes a patio with furniture and a BBQ. There’s also plenty of off-road parking space for up to three vehicles. Parents of young children should note that the patio steps and tiered layout requires children to be supervised. Reviews have been complimentary with many guests praising the level of comfort as well as the high-spec, luxury mod-cons provided.

Puffin Cottage, Saundersfoot

Puffin Cottage, Saundersfoot
Puffin Cottage is a spacious semi-detached property in Saundersfoot. It can accommodate up to 6 guests with three bedrooms: a double with en-suite shower, a twin and a children’s room with bunk-beds. Notable features include a TV with Blue-Ray capabilities and two iPod docks. There’s a modern kitchen, featuring all the usual mod-cons and a large sitting room and dining area. The outside of the property includes a private garden with patio furniture and BBQ as well as off-road parking. Location attractions such as Oakwood Theme Park, the Dinoasaur Park and Folly Farm are within close proximity. The few customer reviews that have been left were complimentary about the facilities provided to guests with a few minor quibbles regarding the steep road which leads down to Saundersfoot from the property.