B and Bs in Saundersfoot

Mellieha Guest House
West Wales

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The Proprietor would like to offer you a warm and friendly welcome to their lovely home, where you can unwind and relax in the garden, lounge or conservatory, all of which have country and sea views. Enjoy complementary tea and cakes on arrival as you watch the wildlife and their daily antics.The Bed and Breakfast is open all year, is non-smoking and all our rooms are en-suite. We offer traditional home cooking, with a full cooked Pembrokeshire breakfast plus cereal, toast, orange juice, yogurt, fresh fruit or continental breakfast. Special diets are catered for. Sorry we do not have family rooms, therefore only take children over 12 in their own room.Tenby is an exceptionally busy seaside town in the Summer and is visited by tourists coming from all over the British Isles and beyond. Its relatively unspoilt beaches which have received European Blue Flag awards, and the well preserved historic town walls make it a unique seaside resort. Many of the shops, pubs and restaurants in Tenby are taking particular care to appeal to the visiting tourists, providing a unique atmosphere, especially during the summer months when much of the town centre is pedestrianised.There are many places to visit close by, including Colby Woodland Garden (a short walk away) many castles including Pembroke, Manobier and Narberth and if you just want to relax then you can choose one of our many picturesque beaches.Please Note: We are a Non-smoking accommodation. No pets are permitted on the premises. Private parking avilable on the premises. We do not accept Stag and Hen/ Single Gender Group parties. Due to the location of the property and facilities of the property, we do not accept children under the age of 12yrs. Check-in time: 16:00 check-out time: 10:30

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