Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday home in Saundersfoot - Sea Drift
Sleeps 4, 1 double bed & I full size bunks with sea views in centre of village
Sea Drift is a 5* Visit Wales self catering cottage close to the centre of Saundersfoot village with its beaches harbour shops and restaurants close by. Tenby and all of Pembrokeshire's holiday opportunities are within easy reach. Sea Drift has all you need for the perfect seaside holiday. Panoramic views of the beach and coastline are yours to enjoy from the huge window of the sitting room and you also have sea views from the private decked garden area where you can enjoy your breakfasts and lunches in the sunshine. There is a separate utility room with washer and dryer. It has free wifi, a flat screen TV with Freeview and DVD player with a selection of DVD's and a radio/CD player that will also take your iPod or iPhone for you to enjoy your own music. The well equipped kitchen has all you need if you want a break from the village's many pubs and restaurants. Check out WWW.PANORAMICHOLIDAYS.COM for ** LATE DEALS ** and to book online 24/7 and for more information, photos, guest comments etc
Sea Drift is a cleverly designed holiday cottage to take advantage of its great location right on the Pembrokeshire coast and close to other popular holiday places such as Tenby, Manorbier, Freshwater East etc etc. The accommodation is arranged with the bedrooms on the ground floor and stairs up to the living area with its well equipped kitchen, and bathroom with body jet shower over the bath. The two sofas make the most of the wonderful seaviews from the floor to ceiling window.
There are steps from the ground floor down to the decked garden area from where you can enjoy the views out over the harbour to the Glen Beach and Monkstone Point. A great place for breakfast in the sunshine or to enjoy a barbecue.
Saundersfoot is a perfect holiday destination with shops, bars, pubs, restaurants all close at hand. You can even book in to spoil yourselves with spa and beauty treatments at the award winning St Brides Hotel in the village.
Plenty to see and do: Pembrokeshire was recently voted the second best coastal destination IN THE WORLD ! by the prestigious National Geographic Society who praised the 'Magnificent protected coastline' which, of course, you can sit and watch from the comfort of Sea Drift. It is also well situated to enjoy the other attractions of Pembrokeshire.
Freshwater West beach was featured in the Harry Potter and Ridley Scott's Robin Hood films, the National Trusts Barrafundle beach is often voted the best in the British Isles.
If you have young children you have Oakwood and Heatherton leisure parks or TV's Anna Ryder Richardson's Manor Wildlife Park with its own growing conservation programme. If the weather is unhelpful you can escape to the water and flumes of the Blue Lagoon.
For older visitors there are wonderful gardens, magnificent castles and historical monuments to see and explore as well as the delights of towns such as Tenby and Narberth with its great selection of independent shops.
Good Food and walking: If you are interested in good food so is Pembrokeshire. Its annual Fish Week in June gets bigger and better each year and the county is full of wonderfully produced local produce. You can get fresh locally caught crab and lobster just outside Saundersfoot. Saundersfoot itself has a wide range of restaurants and there are award winning restaurants in Narberth ( which also has a wonderful deli as well as other quality food shops), Porthgain, Solva and St Davids to name just a few.
To walk off those calories in the best way possible you are right on the Coastal Path in Saundersfoot so you can take full advantage of the wonderful scenery at the same time
There really is something for everyone to enjoy in this wonderful part of the world
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- not suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
Just a quick line or two to say how much we enjoyed our stay at your lovley little flat in Saundersfoot, (Aug 4 to 11th) Pembrooke is indeed as beautiful as everyone had told us. We enjoyed days on the beach with the dingy and and the inflatable doughnut, my son and I dug probably the biggest hole Saundersfoot beach has ever seen, we walked in every direction until the kids collapsed, we went out on Kyaks and went crabbing, and yes what about that beach at Barafundle? in fact Stackpole as a whole?
We went to Bluestone when the rain threatened and my daughter went to the shops (all of them,several times) when it didn't, and my wife and I sat and had a quiet drink in front of the TV at the end of the day. In the morning before the noise started I loved to sit in front of the window with a good book and breathe the cool air. Beautiful.
Thank You once again, you have a little slice of heaven there