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Saundersfoot

A compact but very popular tourist town, Saundersfoot comprises several small shopping streets, a beach (see link below) and harbour, and several hotels. It is a fascinating place for those interested in local history.


Saundersfoot is very popular in the summer, so it is essential to arrive early to get a parking space. Alternatively, park at Coppet Hall (just to the East of Saundersfoot) and walk a couple of hundred yards through the tunnel to Saundersfoot.

(picture below) Saundersfoot's high street has several souvenir shops and places to eat. Of particular interest is that it used to have a narrow gauge railway running down it for the transport of coal from the mine at nearby Stepaside to the harbour. The old railway tunnel can still be seen at the far end of this street. A short walk through the tunnel takes the visitor to Coppet Hall


which has a large car park, public toilets and a beach.

Saundersfoot


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HOW TO GET THERE

Saundersfoot is reached via a turning off the A478 Tenby to Kilgetty road.



Saundersfoot beach | Eating out in Saundersfoot

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