Spring Tide Cottage is a charming detached bungalow, beautifully renovated throughout and just a five minute walk through woodland to the sandy Glen beach, south of the harbour at Saundersfoot. This pretty seaside village with all the facilities it has to offer is an easy ten minute walk away. Furnished in a contemporary style complimented by the retained traditional features, the large windows and high ceilings makes it light and spacious. The sitting room with large bay windows and sofa is perfect for relaxing and the wood burning stove ensures a cosy feel on the chilliest of evenings. The spacious kitchen/diner provides an ideal social space for the family and opens on to the garden through French doors. The large enclosed, lawned garden beautifully planted with mature trees and flowering shrubs has a paved terrace. This sunny spot gives space for children to play while you enjoy an alfresco meal on the endless balmy summer evenings. The three charming bedrooms make welcome retreats after a busy day.
Walk through the woodland to the beautiful Glen beach and round the harbour into Saundersfoot with its bustling shops, pubs and restaurants and a further sandy beach. Children will enjoy crabbing off the harbour wall or why not take a fishing or sightseeing boat trip or try your hand at one of the water sports on offer? For the energetic join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path in 5 minutes and explore this stunning coastline. Follow the tunnels left behind from the railways that served the historical local coal mines, along the coast to the seaside villages of Coppet Hall, Wiseman’s Bridge and Amroth, each with their own beachside pubs and restaurants overlooking Carmarthen Bay. In the other direction lies the medieval walled town of Tenby with a more extensive range of shops and restaurants, as well as 4 glorious sandy beaches and picturesque harbour. A boat trip to the island of Caldey with its Cistercian monks should not be missed. There are a host of family attractions including Folly Farm, Oakwood Theme Park, Heatherton World of Activities and Manor House Wildlife Park, all within a short drive, as well as several golf courses, so something for everyone.
Spring Tide Cottage is sure to become a favourite holiday home whatever the season.
One Level Accommodation - This denotes that a bedroom, bathroom or shower room, whb/wc, living area and kitchen are on one level - guests must check the property access statement on the website or request a copy via email to base their decision on, if this is important to your stay.
Ground Floor: Hall, bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc, double room/king size bed, double room/king size bed/ensuite shower room/whb/wc, twin room, kitchen/diner, sitting room.
Parking: 3 spaces on drive.
Facilities: 5 ring gas Range style cooker, double electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV/Sky, Blu Ray player, WiFi, towels, garden furniture.
Heating: Gas central heating, wood burner - starter pack provided.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Gas: £20 per week October - April, free May - September.
This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.
Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.
Approached via a B-road; near to property there is 100 yards of uneven tarmac, then short fairly steep slope up to driveway of property (loose gravel). Cottage is accessed via a wooden gate. Ample parking space for 3 cars. All living area on 1 level. Main entrance front of property reached via 4 steps approx 20 cm high (each). 1st alternative entrance through kitchen, French doors at side of property, 1 step approx 10 cm and then approx 5 cm over frame of door. 2nd alternative entrance through double patio doors at rear of property with 2 steps of approx 20cm onto patio then approx 15 cm step over frame of door. Garden extends to approx 120 by 80 feet. Mainly laid to lawn with slight slope. Patio area approx 7m x 5m constructed of different sized paving slabs, slight uneven finish. 2 steps down to lawn, gravel, hard standing area approx 20 cm each. Accessed via patio doors. Lounge and dining area lots of natural and artificial light. Ground floor facilities include 3 double bedrooms, lounge, kitchen dining area. Main bathroom and 1 ensuite bathroom. Main bathroom (bath, shower over bath). Ensuite quadrant shower 80 x 80 cm accessed via double sliding doors into a corner shower unit. Kitchen – low level oven. TV/DVD player operated by remote control. External lighting – sensor activated at front of property. Also light over patio area and over the front door. Public transport – bus stop 200 m away –local bus service, sheltered. Guide dogs welcome.
We have enjoyed our stay in this lovely cottage in a great location with a lovely garden. Thank you for the card, flowers and prosecco. We have had good weather and enjoyed all the local walks with our dog Oscar. One of the best properties we have stayed in and hopefully we will be back next year.
We enjoyed our visit here very much, partly of course the brilliant weather and your lovely house. This is a great location - beautiful beaches and pretty towns.
First time back to Saundersfoot and Tenby for over 30 years. Cottage in a lovely spot, ideal to walk down to beach with the dog. Big garden and really good facilities in the kitchen, we wanted for nothing. We will not wait another 30 years before returning.
Superb house! Absolutely everything catered for. Had a great week. Back here after 35 years and loved it. Garden is fantastic and our grandchildren loved it. Many thanks.
Thank you for the wine and flowers. The cottage is lovely and well equipped and we have enjoyed the garden too.
Thank you for a lovely stay at your cottage. Such a great location and the kids loved Glen beach and the walk through the woods.
Thank you for a home-from-home cottage to stay. We've had a brilliant week and been so lucky with the weather. Hope to return one day.....
We have really enjoyed our stay at Spring Tide. The cottage is really well equipped and we all felt really settled as soon as we arrived. The wine and shortbread was a lovely touch. We would love to come back again next year.
After visiting about 8 other properties in and around the area, we have at last found our ' Shangri- la' . I could fill pages with superlatives, the house, garden, location, equipment and welcome goodies (Thank you). But it would only be reiterating what other guests have said. Freshwater West is in hearts! Thank you! Christmas and New year break 2017
The house and garden are absolutely gorgeous and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. I don't think we've stayed in a more beautiful cottage and the location was perfect for the beach!
Lovely stay - Many thanks. Enjoyed the biscuits, wine and hot weather. We would love to come back!
Lovely cottage good location, Thanks for the wine and biscuits. We love Saundersfoot+ know it very well. Good food at the Mulberry and Carew Inn. July 2016
We have enjoyed our stay in your lovely cottage. We have had very mixed weather but there is plenty to do and see on a rainy day and the local beaches are lovely when the sun shines. 8 August 2016
Spring Tide cottage has it all. A short walk to a stunning beach, comfortable accommodation and plenty to do. We stayed for 5 days over May half term and struck lucky with the weather, with constant sunshine. Our two teenage boys loved the easy access into Saundersfoot, mackerel fishing and coasteering. The cottage is light and spacious making a very relaxing break. Our 12 year old said it was the best holiday he had ever had!!
What an amazing find! A Beautiful location, a truley beautiful cottage, well equipped, it has everything we required- a real home from home! Beds really comfortable, Decor - 'Spot on'! We will be back
Wonderful Spring Tide Cottage! A fantastic holiday here escaping the hustle and bustle to this beautiful haven. The beaches are stunning and have provided endless hours of fun to us all. Barafundle is worth the trip, Tenby beaches are gorgeous but busy, Manorbier is brilliant sight to see with the Castle back drop. The Glen is our nearest beach through the woods still the firm favourite for our two girls. Thank you and we hope to return!
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