Harbourlight Guest House

Bed and Breakfast in Saundersfoot, Dyfed

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Harbourlight Guest House, 2 High Street
Saundersfoot
Dyfed
Wales
SA69 9EJ

Harbourlight Guest House, Saundersfoot

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In a Victorian house tastefully converted to preserve many original features, Harbourlight Guest House is open all year to offer the friendliest welcome, heartiest breakfasts and best value. NEW FOR 2008/2009 Free Wi-fi in all rooms

Harbourlight Guest House is a 3 star guesthouse in an ideal location in Pembrokeshire. It is a family run accommodation with licensed bar and on-site parking. Situated in the heart of the coastal village of Saundersfoot within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, South West Wales.

It is located just 2 minutes walk from beautiful seaside beaches, harbour, restaurants and shops. An ideal holiday location from which to enjoy your break, relaxing or exploring the coastline, secluded beaches and rock pools, or the county's many indoor and outdoor activities, attractions and theme parks. Whether it?s beach holidays or activity short breaks you want Saundersfoot and the surrounding areas including Amroth, Tenby and Manorbier can cater for all your needs.

PLEASE NOTE: Check-in is from 15:00 to 18:00. Check-out is by 10:00. Please advise if you require a late check-in.

We are a no smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. There is a minimum stay of 2 nights at weekends and a 3 night minimum stay from July to August.

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