Summerhill Cottages

Holiday residence in the Tenby and Saundersfoot area.

Things to do

Things to do

Summerhill Farmhouse, Summerhill and Primrose Cottages are popular holiday accommodation, appealing to families and couples of all ages. The Cottages have witnessed marriage proposals and been popular destinations for honeymooners and for the celebration of numerous anniversaries.

The majority of our visiting guests come here to absorb the tranquility and beauty of the area. The positive comments made in the guest books are greatly appreciated and provide a tremendous spur to ensure that we maintain the high standards which we have set ourselves. As a consequence we are very pleased to have a number of returning guests.

Amroth village, with its mile long sandy beach and 7,000 year old petrified forest, is within a short walking distance of the Farmhouse and Cottages. Amroth has three pubs, a restaurant, café and a grocery/gift shop and is at one end of the Pembrokeshire coastal path, comprising 186 miles of the most spectacular coastal scenery with superb views of cliffs, beaches, offshore islands and wealth of marine and bird life. Also within a short walk is the National Trust’s Colby Woodland Gardens renowned for its magnificent floral displays of azaleas and rhododendrons.

Saundersfoot, the next village along the coast, has large sandy beaches and a harbour in the village so it is easy to relax or enjoy watersports or fishing. Boat trips are run from the harbour for fishing and viewing the marine wildlife and coastline.

A short drive away is Tenby, with its 14th century town walls and Georgian and Regency buildings, a number of cafés, restaurants, pubs and shops. It also has numerous other attractions including a small cinema and theatre, the Tenby Lifeboat station, Silent World and the National Trust’s Tudor Merchant’s house, reputedly the oldest house in Tenby

Whilst Pembrokeshire is largely recognised for its many natural attractions, it also has a wealth of other attractions for visitors. There are a number of theme parks, castles and other historical buildings and for the more adventurous a plethora of sporting activities.

Walks:

Pembrokeshire is a very popular destination for walking holidays, offering scenes of outstanding natural beauty. The Coastal Path, the only coastal National Park in the UK, has magnificent bays, sandy beaches and spectacular headlands.

We have details of a number of walks within the area (from gentle strolls to half or full days walking) which we can make available to you on arrival. Alternatively you can select some walks from the links below prior to your visit.

Beaches:

Pembrokeshire is recognised as being the location of some of the best beaches in Britain. More than fifty beaches are to be found between Amroth in the south and St. Dogmaels in the north or the county. Many of these beaches have been awarded Green Coast awards, Seaside awards or Blue Flags.

Boat trips and wildlife:

Pembrokeshire has a diversity of marine birds, animals and plants. At various times of the year dolphins, porpoises, whales, basking sharks, seals and turtles can be seen around the coastline.

Kittiwakes, Razorbills, Guillemots, Puffins, Oystercatchers, Fulmars, Shags and Cormorants can all be seen between May and September. Chough, Peregrine Falcons and Buzzards are resident to the area. Gannets, which breed on Grassholm, are daily visitors. Shearwaters feed out at sea during the day and return to the islands in the early evening.

One of the best ways of seeing this variety of wildlife and the islands is by boat. A number of boat operators can be found in the area, details of a few of these can be accessed from the links below.

Theme parks and other local attractions

There are a number of theme parks and other attractions in the area. Offering a range of activities from exhilarating white knuckle rides to a leisurely visit to a Cistercian island monastery.

Castles and historical buildings

The county has a number of magnificent castles, fortifications and ancient burial chambers.

Other activities:

There are a range of other activities available within the area. Pembrokeshire has a number of golf courses, horse riding schools, diving facilities and cycling routes. Surrounded on three sides by the sea, a variety of watersports including coasteering, kayaking, windsurfing and sailing are a major draw to the area.Summerhill Farmhouse, Summerhill and Primrose Cottages are popular holiday accommodation, appealing to families and couples of all ages. The Cottages have witnessed marriage proposals and been popular destinations for honeymooners and for the celebration of numerous anniversaries.

The majority of our visiting guests come here to absorb the tranquility and beauty of the area. The positive comments made in the guest books are greatly appreciated and provide a tremendous spur to ensure that we maintain the high standards which we have set ourselves. As a consequence we are very pleased to have a number of returning guests.

Amroth village, with its mile long sandy beach and 7,000 year old petrified forest, is within a short walking distance of the Farmhouse and Cottages. Amroth has three pubs, a restaurant, café and a grocery/gift shop and is at one end of the Pembrokeshire coastal path, comprising 186 miles of the most spectacular coastal scenery with superb views of cliffs, beaches, offshore islands and wealth of marine and bird life. Also within a short walk is the National Trust’s Colby Woodland Gardens renowned for its magnificent floral displays of azaleas and rhododendrons.

Saundersfoot, the next village along the coast, has large sandy beaches and a harbour in the village so it is easy to relax or enjoy watersports or fishing. Boat trips are run from the harbour for fishing and viewing the marine wildlife and coastline.

A short drive away is Tenby, with its 14th century town walls and Georgian and Regency buildings, a number of cafés, restaurants, pubs and shops. It also has numerous other attractions including a small cinema and theatre, the Tenby Lifeboat station, Silent World and the National Trust’s Tudor Merchant’s house, reputedly the oldest house in Tenby

Whilst Pembrokeshire is largely recognised for its many natural attractions, it also has a wealth of other attractions for visitors. There are a number of theme parks, castles and other historical buildings and for the more adventurous a plethora of sporting activities.

Walks:

Pembrokeshire is a very popular destination for walking holidays, offering scenes of outstanding natural beauty. The Coastal Path, the only coastal National Park in the UK, has magnificent bays, sandy beaches and spectacular headlands.

We have details of a number of walks within the area (from gentle strolls to half or full days walking) which we can make available to you on arrival. Alternatively you can select some walks from the links below prior to your visit.

Beaches:

Pembrokeshire is recognised as being the location of some of the best beaches in Britain. More than fifty beaches are to be found between Amroth in the south and St. Dogmaels in the north or the county. Many of these beaches have been awarded Green Coast awards, Seaside awards or Blue Flags.

Boat trips and wildlife:

Pembrokeshire has a diversity of marine birds, animals and plants. At various times of the year dolphins, porpoises, whales, basking sharks, seals and turtles can be seen around the coastline.

Kittiwakes, Razorbills, Guillemots, Puffins, Oystercatchers, Fulmars, Shags and Cormorants can all be seen between May and September. Chough, Peregrine Falcons and Buzzards are resident to the area. Gannets, which breed on Grassholm, are daily visitors. Shearwaters feed out at sea during the day and return to the islands in the early evening.

One of the best ways of seeing this variety of wildlife and the islands is by boat. A number of boat operators can be found in the area, details of a few of these can be accessed from the links below.

Theme parks and other local attractions

There are a number of theme parks and other attractions in the area. Offering a range of activities from exhilarating white knuckle rides to a leisurely visit to a Cistercian island monastery.

Castles and historical buildings

The county has a number of magnificent castles, fortifications and ancient burial chambers.

Other activities:

There are a range of other activities available within the area. Pembrokeshire has a number of golf courses, horse riding schools, diving facilities and cycling routes. Surrounded on three sides by the sea, a variety of watersports including coasteering, kayaking, windsurfing and sailing are a major draw to the area.

The Properties

Summerhill Farmhouse
Summerhill Farmhouse

A three bedroomed 18th century Farmhouse sleeping up to six people. Private Hot Tub, wood burning stove and games room.
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Summerhill Cottage
Summerhill Cottage

With coastal views, Hot Tub and wood burning stove this attractive cottage for couples is full of charm.
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Primrose Cottage
Primrose Cottage

Enchantingly romantic cottage for two with exposed stone and wooden beams. Hot Tub and wood burning stove.
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