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Holiday Letting Price Information in Saundersfoot
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in Saundersfoot. in Saundersfoot, prices can go up to £137 (22/12 - 29/12). Prices decrease in November to an average of £81 per night (24/11 - 01/12).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Saundersfoot
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Saundersfoot (in %). The busiest time to book a holiday letting in Saundersfoot so far is in July (27/07 - 03/08), where only 46 rentals are available. Conversely, 80% of the lettings are still available during a week in October (12/10 - 19/10).
The weather in Saundersfoot
The above is a climate diagram for Saundersfoot. On average, the warmest month is July. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 2°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is April.
Stay in lush surroundings with your own holiday home in Saundersfoot
A holiday letting in Saundersfoot, situated in the county of Pembrokeshire, makes for the perfect family holiday. This quaint and peaceful coastal village is surrounded by stunning countryside and retains a wonderful local charm. The beaches are great for walking, swimming and surfing, and there are many restaurants in the area which serve fine local produce for a hearty evening meal. With a national park close by and connections to the rest of Wales, Saundersfoot is a delight for all who visit.
How to reach Saundersfoot: getting to Saundersfoot from Cardiff Airport
Saundersfoot is a village located on the western coast of Wales, meaning that if you're arriving by air then Cardiff is the most conveniently located airport. There are no direct bus or rail services from the airport. However, you can reach nearby Tenby (which is about 5km away) by both rail and bus from Cardiff and Swansea, as well as several other locations in the United Kingdom.
Driving is the most efficient way to reach your Saundersfoot holiday letting and the main route into the region is via the M4 and the A477. It is also advisable to arrive in Saundersfoot by car, either your own or a letting vehicle, as this will make accessing the region much easier.
Cuisine in Saundersfoot: What and where to eat when hiring a Saundersfoot holiday letting
One of the delights of any trip is sampling the local food, and Saundersfoot is no exception. When you're at the beach, it would be rude not to sample the local fish and chips. The Bayside Chippy serves up plentiful portions and there's indoor and outdoor seating.
Mermaid on the Strand is a popular choice with visitors and local alike. Their speciality is locally produced food cooked in an innovative and creative way; think posh bangers and mash made with the best ingredients. If you're looking for a Sunday roast, then you want to head to The Captain's Table Bar and Restaurant. As well as offering delicious food, they also serve a selection of real ales.
What to see when you visit Pembrokeshire: Explore the natural beauty of village of Saundersfoot
Being a coastal location, many of the activities available in Saundersfoot have a nautical theme. One of the most popular pass times, for both locals and visitors with a holiday letting in Saundersfoot, is sailing. The sailing club, situated close to the old harbour, is a good place to start for advice and equipment hire. For those who want to take to the sea with slightly less effort, can opt to hire a pleasure boat instead. The coast is also known for its surfing, so grab your board and ride the Atlantic waves until your heart's content. The beach in Saundersfoot has also been awarded a blue flag, meaning the beach reaches strict European standards, and is the perfect spot for a picnic or some relaxation.
Those travelling with children might want to pay a visit to Booths Enterprise Amusements. Located metres from the beach, they are the perfect way to pass an hour or two. Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is another child-friendly attraction. The park boasts animals, rides, cafés and restaurants. Much of the park is indoors and thus is suitable to visit no matter the weather.
Shopping is a particularly pleasant experience with a holiday home in Saundersfoot. The high street has a great selection of vintage and boutique shops. Aladdin's Cave should be on the itinerary or anybody who loves antiques, bric-a-brac and finding a bargain gem.
Day trips from your Saundersfoot holiday home: Where to visit when you're staying in Saundersfoot
The local town of Tenby is easily reached by local bus; or on foot via a coastal walk if you're feeling active. The cliff-side town boasts cobbled streets which are lined with many quaint shops and cafés. The main attraction here is Caldey Island, a Cistercian Monastery easily reached by a short boat ride from the harbour.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is under an hours drive away from your holiday letting in Saundersfoot. The park is known for its stunning cliff-side walks and beautiful beaches; which are also perfect for surfing. The fascinating geology includes rock formations, sea caves, rolling hills and open landscapes, perfect for hiking, biking or just relaxing, taking in the sights at your leisure.
Celtic traditions await at Saundersfoot
Carew Castle is idyllically positioned by the Carew River. Take the guided tour and visit the 17th c. tidal mill, one of the rare remaining tidal mills in England.
Considered one of England's sacred islands, Caldey's resident monks still observe Celtic traditions. Listen to the monks chant, take a coastal walk and discover the rich animal life.
Colby Woodland Garden
Brimming over with colourful azaleas, camellias and rhododendrons, this National Trust garden makes for an educative family visit. The tea room offers a fine choice of pastries.
Manor House Wildlife Park
The park is managed by interior design tv-star Anna Ryder Richardson and her husband Colin. Meet endangered species from across the world, such as Flemish giant rabbits.
The Reptile Experience
Geckos, turtles, giant lizards, snakes, and spiders abound at this interactive reptile education centre close to Tenby. Kids love the unusual creepy crawly experience.
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