Pen Coed B&B

Bed and Breakfast in Saundersfoot, Dyfed (Pembrokeshire)

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Pen Coed, Pleasant Valley
SA67 8NY

Pen Coed B&B, Saundersfoot

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Pen Coed Bed and Breakfast is located in the middle of beautiful woodland and only five minutes walk from Wiseman's Bridge Beach. The location is surrounded by a number of stunning beaches in Pembrokeshire National Park such as Amroth, Saundersfoot and Tenby, all awarded the Blue Flag for their standard of cleanliness

Our aim is to ensure that you have a relaxing holiday in a luxury Guest House that is fitted out to a high standard. Each room is en suite with a large wet room and has thermostatically controlled under floor heating. The hot water supplied in the house is from solar power.

We are situated within Pleasant Valley and only a short walk from Wiseman’s Bridge Beach. The location is as is sounds, peaceful, tranquil and an ideal location to visit and unwind. Each room has French Doors that open onto a private balcony area, where you can relax and enjoy a glass of wine and watch the world pass by.

For the more energetic visitor there are a whole host of places that are within easy walking or driving distance from our Guest House such as The National Trust Colby Woodland Gardens, Caldey Island, Bluestone Leisure Park, Oakwood Amusement Park and many other destinations. The beautiful bustling town of Tenby and the picturesque village of Saundersfoot are just a stone’s throw away. Pen Coed is located in an ideal position next to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and is ideally situated for both walkers and cyclists alike (Secure storage facilities are provided) A full list of locations and places to visit can be found on our website.

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From: £90.00

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