About Harbour Reach
Inside Harbour Reach you will find contemporary décor with a nautical theme, providing clutter-free living; cozy and calm living for a couple or a family to come home to at the end of a day’s exploring.
On the first floor in the spacious lounge there are comfy leather settees and a dining table with seating for four people. There’s a Smart TV with fast free wi-fi too. The fully-equipped kitchen has everything you’d hope to find for times when you decide to dine in and there’s a large family bathroom with a walk in powerful mains fed shower.
On the upper floor there are two bedrooms, the master with double bed where you can sit in bed with a cuppa and enjoy a view of the sea and the second with twin singles. There’s a second handy WC there and dressing area on the upper floor too! All linen and towels are provided meaning you only need to pack your clothes and personal bits and pieces when off on your holiday.
Although there is no allocated parking, we do have a season ticket for the nearby Regency Hall car park which we happily loan to guests during their stay and at peak times can offer alternative options for off-site parking.
Location and Activities
There is plenty to do in Saundersfoot – spend hours on the beautiful beach, take a walk to Coppet Hall and Wiseman’s Bridge through the disused railway tunnels or in the other direction, head along to Monkstone Point. On certain days of the year at low tide, you can walk on the beach all the way to Tenby. Enjoy shopping at a range of independent shops and when you’re feeling hungry, dine at one of the delightful cafes and restaurants or enjoy a takeaway.
For those who are looking for a contrast to the normal fast pace of their lives, the village location of Harbour Reach is ideal and, if you wished to eat out somewhere different every night, with the convenience of leaving the car behind, you could. Cheers to that!
Throughout the year there are a wide range of events in the village including sailing events, triathlons, food and drink festivals as well as the famous New Year’s Day Swim.
Just along the coast you’ll find the larger Victorian town of Tenby with even more fabulous Blue Flag beaches as well as St Catherine’s island or why not take a boat to Caldey Island. For ‘foodie heaven’ Narberth is well worth a visit with more gorgeous eateries. There are other fantastic walks all around the Pembrokeshire Coast including Barafundle Bay which often appears in the World’s Top 10 most beautiful beaches, Bosherton Lakes, and Colby Woodland Garden. If castles are your passion, then Carew Castle is nearby with its unique tidal mill, the only restored one in Wales and just one of five in the UK.
To entertain the children if they were ever to get bored of the beach (although that’s unlikely) then Folly Farm is a short drive away with its outdoor and indoor play areas as well as a zoo. At the Dinosaur Park you can dig for fossils and discover the long lost creatures on the dinosaur trail. We really hope the weather will be beautiful and sunny but should there be a little bit of rain then painting pottery in the village, enjoying the amusement arcade or having fun at the indoor water park at the Blue Lagoon is a sure fire way to keep everyone entertained.
Pembrokeshire boasts award-winning beaches and has Britain’s only coastal National Park and. When staying in our beautiful county, you are never more than 14 miles away from the sea!
Finally, for a unique experience you could walk an alpaca in Manobier, whizz along the Welsh roads in a quirky Tuk Tuk or try paddle boarding at Coppet Hall Beach! You really will be spoiled for choice!
Meet the owner
We used to visit Saundersfoot regularly before we moved here to live on a permanent basis. We like to think we know what makes great quality, practical holiday accommodation.