Very good location although the GPS did have difficulty in...
Very good location although the GPS did have difficulty in finding it. The address at Stepaside was very confusing as hotel was a long way from Stepaside.
However, it was a little gem when found with a very pleasant room and adjacent parking space.
Having a microwave and fridge was a real bonus.
We ate our evening meal in Saundersfoot where there were many choices of restaurants.
We found it hard to find initially but it was worth...
We found it hard to find initially but it was worth discovering.
My sister and I visited Caldey Island by boat from Tenby; Went to St. David's. Laugharne, Dylan Thomas's home. There are beautiful sandy beaches at Amroth, Saundersfoot and Tenby. It didn't take long to reach everywhere we wanted to visit.
We ate at local pubs and in Tenby.
The B&B was a short drive from the coast: Wiseman's...
The B&B was a short drive from the coast: Wiseman's Bridge, Saundersfoot and Tenby. It was lovely to see llamas in the field from our bedroom window! We visited Coast restaurant which was a special birthday treat for my husband. Within a half-hour drive is the superb National Trust's Stackpole Centre where we walked the lily ponds down to the absolutely beautiful Broadhaven Beach - heaven on earth!
Excellent stay, would go again.
Good central location to travel round and see some of Wales delights. Went to Devils bridge which was amazing, but lots of steep steps (not ideal for anyone with disability or very young children). Saundersfoot was a surprise, lovely beach tucked away and not far from Stepaside.
We had a celebration meal (hubbies birthday) at St Brides spa hotel in Saundersfoot which was excellent.
We didn't spend time in stepaside itself but from...
We didn't spend time in stepaside itself but from horsemanston there is easy access to main road to tenby which is only a short drive away. We had a meal in the plas in narbeth which was delicious