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Description

The Old Brewery is a delightful second storey apartment in the heart of Saundersfoot in South Wales. Set solely over the second floor, the cottage offers a double bedroom and a shower room. There is an open plan living area featuring a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area. Outside there is off road parking for one car and the beach, which is just a fifteen-minute walk away. The Old Brewery is a wonderful base for couples wishing to uncover the wonders of South Wales. Note: One well-behaved dog is welcome at a charge of £25.00.

Discover the delights of Saundersfoot and the surrounding area when you stay at The Old Brewery Saundersfoot.

Saundersfoot has always been a popular destination for families and couples throughout the years, and this has continued to be the case as generations of families return year after year, bringing their children and grandkids with them to enjoy the town.

Others are discovering the wonders of the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast for the first time and find Saundersfoot to be a fantastic spot for a holiday or short break, with stunning scenery and friendly locals to welcome them.

The village is gaining in popularity as a gourmet destination, thanks to the high-quality restaurants and cafes, as well as the fresh, locally sourced goods from Pembrokeshire.

This breathtaking area of the Pembrokeshire coast has a great deal to offer visitors from all over the world.

Picnics on the beach, fish and chips on the harbour wall, exploring coves, caves and rock pools, paddling, swimming, and sea fishing from the shoreline are all things that will make you want to spend more time at The Old Brewery Saundersfoot than you already do.

With a variety of stores, cafes, bars, and other amenities throughout the town and along the seashore, you will be well taken care of.

A variety of services are also accessible at the Harbour, including fishing expeditions throughout the summer, cafes, restaurants.

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Location

SA69 9HG, Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

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