Less than a 10 minute drive from Kiln Park is the village of Saundersfoot. Saundersfoot lies on the Pembrokeshire Coast close to Tenby. Saundersfoot, South Wales, has a range of shops, beaches, cafes and restaurants which are perfect for a fun filled family day out. As of 2021, parking in or around Saundersfoot was between, £2 - £10 although there are options for all day/week parking too. The parking spaces are subject to availability and so we suggest arriving before peak hours.
Saundersfoot village is accessible for members of the public with limited mobility however there are some steep hills. There are benches and places to sit around the harbour, with beautiful sea views which offer the perfect opportunity to grab some fish and chips and watch the day go by. Public toilets can be found close to the harbour but please beware that as of 2019 there is a 40p charge to use the toilet, so make sure that you stock up on twenty pence pieces before arriving. This is also subjected to Covid-19 regulations and we cannot guarantee that these will be open.
Planning a family trip with the kids but worried about the days out? Fear not, Saundersfoot has you covered!
With ice cream vans located near the beach and a range of shops selling beach toys, beach clothing, gifts and all of the buckets and spades you could wish for, you can plan ahead and buy and plan when you arrive! Saundersfoot has everything you need for a perfect family day out.
Saundersfoot Harbour is a beautiful place to relax. At the harbour side you’ll be able to book boat trips, sea safaris and sea-fishing trips. This is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to explore the coastline from a different perspective or meet some of the incredible wildlife along the coast, including seals and dolphins!
Saundersfoot has a large sandy beach which stretches all the way to Coppet Hall beach. This is where the old tramway used to run, which went along the top of the beach, through two tunnels and then on to Wisemans Bridge. If you wanted to visit Coppet Hall beach, you’d be find a large car park with facilities including a kiosk selling ice creams, snacks, hot drinks and there are also public toilets. Please make sure that you check out the tide times and weather forecast if you decide to walk to Saundersfoot along the beach.
The history of Saundersfoot is really interesting. Saundersfoot was known in medieval times as Llanussyllt. What was once a small number of medieval cottages in a forest clearing grew into a thriving port, exporting coal from its abundance of coal mines. Fast-forward 150 years to when the coal industry declined - Saundersfoot evolved into the seaside resort we know and love today. You’ll be able to explore the history of Saundersfoot n more depth during your stay.
Saundersfoot offers a wide variety of shops which are located within an area called the Strand. Here you can find shops ranging from beach-ware and gifts to more upmarket boutiques. – perfect for all ages, styles and budgets! We suggest checking out, Chobbles Traditional Sweet Shop. This quaint, traditional sweet shop sells almost every possible sweet that you can imagine and you can order online from them too.
Saundersfoot has a great range of restaurants and takeaways that are all within walking distance from the beach. Rubbish weather? Don’t fancy a takeaway? No problem! There are a range of restaurants and cafes who have some fantastic menus and classic ‘pub grubs’ with the options for indoor sea views of the beach and harbour.