Key Holiday Home Information:Family-Friendly, Facilities include: Cot, Highchair.
Nearest Airport and Railway Station: Saundersfoot Railway Station (1 Mile from House), Cardiff Airport.
Nearest city or town: Swansea, approximately 50 miles away.
Type of holiday rental: Six bedroom coastal holiday home of a high standard with stunning sea views in Pembrokshire, Wales.
Short Breaks and weekend breaks: all year round
Located on a small clifftop in Saundersfoot and less than 100 metres away from the beach, Admiral's House is the perfect getaway for a relaxing break for up to 12 people, sleeping across 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms / shower rooms. The terrace and decking area boast stunning views over Saundersfoot Harbour, Carmarthen Bay and the Gower. It is a modern and luxurious 5 star self-catering property which has retained many of its original features including lovely high-vaulted ceilings and sash windows offering beautiful views.
On the ground floor, there is a fully fitted, open plan large and handcrafted kitchen with state-of-the-art decor and appliances, including an American-style fridge/freezer, Smeg Range Cooker, dishwasher, breakfast island and laundry facilities. There are two electric ovens, a 6 ring hob and all the crockery and equipment you will need is provided for you.
From the kitchen, you enter the lovely, airy and spacious dining area and lounge, where you will find beautiful views across the bay and harbour. The lounge has soft leather suites, ideal for cosy nights in and is decorated in a modern and smart style, with large windows and access to a lovely decking area for enjoying the view on summer evenings or sunbathing on warm afternoons.
The dining area seats 12 comfortably. There is a second lounge on the first floor which has Sky TV, DVD, Playstation with games, an iPod/iPhone music dock and more stunning views of the beach and harbour. The imposing white-washed, high wooden ceiling adds an elegant and traditional feel to the room, and there are cosy and comfortable leather sofas to relax on. The white wooden Venetian shutters over the lovely sash windows open up the room to make it bright, airy and allow for sensational views. Furthermore, this lounge leads out onto the terrace where you will find panoramic sea views and furniture for al fresco dining and entertaining.
The first bedroom on the ground floor has a king size bed, access to the patio and an en-suite bathroom with a bath, shower attachment, toilet and hand basin. Bedroom 2 (also ground floor) is another king size, with an adjacent shower room with a toilet and hand basin.On the second floor there are four bedrooms. The first is a lovely, elegant twin with sea views, and the second a stunning king size bedroom. On this floor, there is a larger bathroom with a bath, shower, toilet and hand basin and another shower room with a toilet, shower and hand basin. The fifth bedroom is a well-appointed, luxurious king size with a Velux window to rear aspect. This bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a shower, bidet, toilet and hand basin. The final bedroom is a twin with a Velux window with sea views and an en-suite bathroom with a bath, bidet, toilet and hand basin.
Flexible changeover day: Yes
Recommended Attractions near Saundersfoot: The main attraction is the beach. The main beach is a family bathing beach, which has a dog ban in place between May and September. If you fancy a quieter low-tide beach, Glen beach can be accessed via The Harbour. Walk right round to the west side. It's easier than crossing the stream that flows out of The Harbour at low tide. The National Trust run Colby Woodland Garden is nearby. They have a great scrapbook for children called 50 things to do before you're 11¾. Pick one up at the shop and tick off as many as you can. The best food with the best view will be at the Cliff Restaurant at the St Brides Spa Hotel on the cliff above the harbour. Down in the village there are a number of choices including The Mermaid on the Strand, a great upstairs family-friendly restaurant or Marina Fish & Chips where your fish is cooked to order. The Captains Table is a pub with an extensive menu. Other pubs with food include The Hean Castle Inn, The Old Chemist Inn and The Royal Oak Near the harbour is the stylish Mulberry Restaurant with a good menu which includes a tempting fixed price menu. There are a number of great cafe’s including The Silver Strand, an interesting mix of jewellery shop and cafe, the Shoreline Cafe which has occasional live music and The Lounge coffee Bar. If you take the short walk along The Strand and through the tunnel you'll come across Coast Restaurant. Situated at the eastern end of the beach, Coast was built right on the edge of the beach to take full advantage of the views right across Carmarthen Bay. Head chef Will Holland takes pride in using the finest Pembrokeshire produce from land and, of course, sea!
Good places to visit near Saundersfoot: Tenby and the rest of the Pembrokeshire offers wonderful opportunities to explore. Heatherton Activity Centre, Folly Farm, Oakwood theme Park. Tenby, St Davids, Caldey Island, Narberth for days out. Just take a look at the Visit Pembrokeshire website for inspiration.More about the Location:
Annual Events: Saundersfoot host a range of events throughout the year including their St Nicholas Christmas fair and the famous New Years Day swim.
Good places to eat near Saundersfoot: Saundersfoot is blessed with a range of great restaurants for all tastes and price. On of the best for food and view is the Restaurant at the St Brides Spa Hotel on the cliff above the harbour. In the village there are a number of choices including The Mulberry, The Beachside BBQ, The Boathouse, Marina Fish & Chips or Argosy Chip Bar where your fish is cooked to order. Local pubs offer great value quality meals including The Old Chemist, The Royal Oak and The Salvage Bar. There are a number of great cafe’s including the Shoreline Cafe which has occasional live music and The Lounge coffee Bar. If you take the short walk along The Strand and through the tunnel you'll come across Coast Restaurant. This is a real gem of a restaurant. Situated at the eastern end of the beach, Coast was built right on the edge of the beach to take full advantage of the views right across Carmarthen Bay. Head chef Will Holland takes pride in using the finest Pembrokeshire produce from land and, of course, sea!
Short Breaks: Yes, minimum 3 nights
|Price Banding Period||Weekly Price||Changeover day||Min Stay & Short Breaks Information||Short Break Nightly Rates From|
|22 Apr 2017 - 26 May 2017||2,450.00 GBP||Weekends and Mid Weeks||462 GBP||1850 GBP|
|27 May 2017 - 02 Jun 2017||2,950.00 GBP||Weekends and Mid Weeks||575 GBP||2300 GBP|
|03 Jun 2017 - 21 Jul 2017||2,450.00 GBP||Weekends and Mid Weeks||462 GBP||1850 GBP|
|22 Jul 2017 - 04 Sep 2017||3,490.00 GBP||No short breaks||-||-|
|05 Sep 2017 - 31 Dec 2017||2,450.00 GBP||Weekends and Mid Weeks||462 GBP||1850 GBP|