Pleasant Valley House

Guest house in Saundersfoot, Dyfed (Pembrokeshire)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Pleasant Valley, Stepaside
Saundersfoot
Dyfed
Wales
SA67 8NY

Pleasant Valley House, Saundersfoot

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A warm welcome awaits you at our family run traditional guest house. Set in peaceful surroundings, Pleasant Valley House offers you friendly hospitality in a homely atmosphere. Here you can unwind and relax away from crowds and noisy traffic.

We are ideally situated to walk along the coastal path, visit many of the local attractions, tour the whole of Pembrokeshire or simply enjoy a beach holiday.

Our seven en-suite bedrooms include double, twin and family rooms and are all located on the first floor. All are equipped with showers together with TV, hairdryer and hospitality trays for your convenience. The rooms are cleaned and decorated to a high standard.

We offer you a hearty breakfast served between 08:30 and 09:00 each morning. You can choose between a traditional full English breakfast or something a little lighter. Together with a choice of cereals, toast and tea or coffee what better way to start the day! Evening meal is available (either at the time of booking or on a daily basis) and is served between 18:30 to 19:00.

A choice of starter and sweet accompanies a set main course. Alternatives to the main course are available (booked at breakfast time on the day required). We can cater for vegetarians and anyone with special dietary requirements.

We pride ourselves on our traditional home cooked meals. Starters and sweets are, wherever possible, homemade using Pembrokeshire sourced ingredients. All main courses are homemade and prepared daily We have a spacious, comfortable lounge available at any time of the day.

Here you can watch TV, read or simply relax. The well stocked bar is open every night where you can sit and chat over a drink and plan the following day. Seating is available outside the front of the house where you can sit and watch the world go by.

 3 star rating

From: £60.00

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